The advent of new careers, some of which did not exist even 5 years ago, has caused a parallel acute skills shortages in areas such as Machine Learning, Data Science, Business Analytics, Genomics, Digital Health, Spatial Science, Artificial Intelligence, Health Administration and many more. At the same time a number of jobs are under threat of being automated due to technical advances. Those aiming to enter the workforce need to be aware of these new opportunities and also the upcoming threats. Hence, The StudyGlobal Exhibition organised by HRDS Education Services held yesterday afternoon at Radisson Hotel. It is the perfect platform to personally meet staff from leading education institutions that are accredited by Brunei National Accreditation Council.

The StudyGlobal Exhibition is an excellent opportunity to find out about new programmes that universities have recently introduced in response to the skills demands of employers in industry, business, health and government. School leavers and graduates who want to ensure a secure future career will be able gain valuable insights into specific professions and relevant study pathways. Participating universities between them, offer most of the courses that Bruneians are looking for such in sciences, engineering, medicine, health, business, finance, IT, law, art and design as well as interdisciplinary programmes such a geomatics, construction, design and technology and creative industries. United Kingdom, Malaysia and Australia remain the main study destinations for Bruneians in this exhibition.

Source: Radio Television Brunei