This study aimed to identify the level of global competence among students of the Institute of Teacher Education Dato' Razali Ismail Campus (IPGKDRI), Kuala Nerus, Terengganu. The study population consisted of 979 full-time students comprising PPISMP and PISMP students. A total of 274 respondents were selected using a randomized sampling method based on Krejcie and Morgan's table (1970). A data collection was done online using questionnaires built through Google Form. The data collected were screened through data purification, Alpha Cronbach's test, and Data Identification Test. The data were analyzed using the descriptive and inference statistics analysis. The findings showed that the level of global competence among IPGKDRI students was high in terms of global knowledge but moderate in the acceptance of cultural diversity. This study aims to raise awareness on the needs for global competencies in teacher education to ensure that they remain relevant as educators who can meet the challenges of 21st-century educators.
global competence, global issue, multicultural competence, global involvement, IPG students