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Brunei Darussalam Government Scholarships

Brunei Darussalam Government Scholarships

The Commonwealth of Learning (COL), working in partnership with the Brunei Darussalam Government is offering Masters’ Degree scholarships to Seychellois preferably working in Higher Education Institutions or Departments of Higher Education.


The scholarship awards are available to study a Masters' Degree for one or two years on a full-time basis. The scholarship awards are available for programmes commencing in July/August 2015 in three participating institutions in Brunei Darussalam:


University Brunei Darussalam (UBD);

University Islam Sultan Sharif Ali (UNISSA) and;

Institute Technology Brunei (ITB)


Tuition fees and other compulsory school fees, one return economy air ticket, allowances and accommodation are covered in each scholarship. For specific details on the terms and conditions of the scholarship, click here. The entry requirements and the application form can also be found on this link.


To be eligible you must:

  • Be 35 years or below by 31st July 2015
  • Have the written support of your Vice-Chancellors, Presidents or equivalent institutional heads;
  • Demonstrate how the degree obtained will help progress your personal and professional development;
  • Must have written endorsement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Applicants are invited to follow the application procedures directly with the Brunei Darussalam Government as stated on the Application Form and to submit a copy of the complete application package to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. at COL.

Deadline for sending applications is the 26th January 2015. For more information kindly contact ANHRD on 4423300.

Decent Work Country Programme-Current Developments

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Since then, many member states have developed programmes at national level to make easier processes to improve their country’s working conditions.

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