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A number of Bruneians have, for some time, chosen to study at Aberystwyth University. Our department of Information Studies (formerly the College of Librarianship Wales) has traditionally been of great interest to prospective librarians in Brunei, with many of the country’s librarians having completed their studies at Aberystwyth.
Other courses of interest and studied by students from Brunei include Agriculture; Environmental Science; Microbiology; Computing; Artificial Intelligence and Robotics; Business Economics; Film and Television Studies and English Literature.
Several of our students also take advantage of the excellent language support services provided by the International English Language Centre at Aber and follow a foundation course and/or a short pre-sessional course before starting their degree at the University.
Student and Alumni Profiles
Generally, the minimum entry requirement for most taught Masters courses is a lower second class honours degree (2.2). However, some departments may require upper second class honours degrees (2.1) (e.g. Department of International Politics) or relevant work experience (e.g. for MBA programme).
If you are applying for a research or funded Masters and PhD course you should hold or expect to achieve an upper second class (2.1) honours degree or above.
Non-graduates with at least 2 years of relevant full-time work experience are welcome to apply for any Masters course. In this instance your application will be judged on an individual basis. They may not however apply for a place on a PGDE course or for a PhD programme.
The following table shows how Bruneian qualifications compare with UK degrees.
|UK 2ii Honours standard||UK 2i Honours standard||UK 1st Class Honours||Standard UK Masters standard|
If you require further assistance please contact the Postgraduate Admissions Office on email@example.com
If you are a non-UK student or your native or first language is not English you will need to show evidence you have a sufficient knowledge of English - this level of proficiency in English must be proved before you begin your course. If you have not achieved the required level prior to the receipt of the application for admission, the formal offer for postgraduate study will include a condition that you will need to attain this level before the start of your course. If you do not attain the required level of proficiency, it will not be possible to admit you onto the course. You can view the level of English required here.
- Applications (English Language Requirements)
- Support (incl Visa/Welfare)
- English Language Courses