Laksamana College of Business (LCB) officially launched the two-day LCB Roadshow 2020 in partnership with Mini and BMW Brunei (QAF Auto) at the new Sports Centre located in Batu Satu yesterday.
Deputy British High Commissioner to Brunei Darussalam and guest of honour Natalie Gowers-Barnes officiated the event.
LCB Director Haji Suhaimei bin Haji Besar, LCB Deputy Principal/COO Sivarajah Subramaniam and General Manager of QAF Auto Alisa Khoo also attended.
To mark the occasion, LCB will visit various schools in a car convoy featuring the latest Mini models, making stops at Jerudong Park, Institute of Brunei Technical Education (IBTE) Sultan Bolkiah Campus at Seria, IBTE Jefri Bolkiah Campus and Golden Corporation Sdn Bhd in Tutong to promote new courses offered.
Four Bachelor’s Degree courses and three Master’s Degree courses by the University of Chester, United Kingdom were also launched during the roadshow. They are BA (Hons) Events and Festival Management, BA (Hons) International Tourism Management, BSc (Hons) Software Engineering and BSc (Hons) Applied Computing which will be available at the upcoming intake in February. The duration of study for the degree programmes is three years.
Deputy British High Commissioner to Brunei Darussalam Natalie Gowers-Barnes, LCB Director/COO Haji Suhaimei bin Haji Besar and General Manager of QAF Auto Alisa Khoo during the unveiling of the second generation BMW XI. PHOTO: AZIZ IDRIS