IBC envisions itself as an international institution of higher learning in:
- i. offering quality Buddhist education within a spiritually dedicated, non-sectarian, modern and scholastic environment;
- ii. promoting knowledge and understanding of different Buddhist traditions thereby providing students with a unique opportunity to acquire a comprehensive and in-depth study of Buddhism;
- iii. seeking to combine continuous inculcation of Buddhist spiritual values with the rigours of academic scholarship and a healthy appreciation for the richness and diversity of Buddhist traditions.
IBC upholds the mission to train its students to:
- i. acquire communicational knowledge and skills in promoting Dhammaduta work;
- ii. acquire basic skills in doing academic research;
- iii. have deep understanding and appreciation for the richness of different Buddhist traditions;
- iv. be competent in the use of English in teaching the Dhamma
- i. To train sangha and serious lay Buddhists to be effective Dhamma teachers of
the timeless and universal teaching of the Buddha;
- ii. To promote Buddhist values and to demonstrate the validity and relevance of the Buddhist teachings as the foundation for building a universal humanistic culture for the globalized world;
- iii. To provide a comprehensive and in-depth study of the Buddha's teaching with special emphasis on its application in our daily lives;
- iv. To serve as a center of international Buddhist culture, offering opportunities for intra-religious understanding and fellowship among the three main Buddhist traditions.
- v. To promote intra-religious understanding and fellowship among the three Buddhist traditions.