Dr. Hong Kimcheang

Hong-Kimcheang-Profile

Dr. Hong Kimcheang received his BA degree in English Literature from The University of Cambodia (UC) in 2007. Currently he is the President of Kampong Speu Institute of Technology, Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport. Previously he was a teacher and completed his PhD in TEFL at Chulalongkorn University and Educational Administration at Burapha University, Thailand.

Dr. Kimcheang mentioned that: “UC motivated me to keep going forward, especially in my academic life. My memorable times at UC were enjoyable learning experiences, and I appreciated the flexibility and quality of academic programs. I still remain in contact with friends from UC – a few of these are Mr. Chhim Sopheak, Mr. Chea Pum, and Mr. Uon Silot.

Academic writing was extremely difficult to understand. However, I realized that it was really helpful, and it provided me with a good foundation for my academic courses when I was in Graduate Programs (Master and Doctoral Degree Programs). During my time, UC was small in terms of campus and facilities. On the other hand, it was big in terms of ambition and quality.

I learnt that a lot of UC students were successful in their academic life and careers. I am delighted to be a UC alumni. Successful learning comes from personal interest and effort, quality of instruction, and the surrounding environment. UC fostered these, to my everlasting gratitude.”

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Mr. Ong Sochheka

Ong-Sochheka-Profile

Mr. Ong Sochheka received his BA degree in Science (BSc) from The University of
Cambodia (UC) in 2007. Currently he is the Head of Training at Manulife (Cambodia) PLC.  Prior to this, he was Project Support and Marketing Researcher with Kamonohashi Project, working to give back to the community.

Mr. Sochekka has mentioned that:
UC is a great University. I think the key points that UC has taught me for my life is being passionate in the things we do, plus having clear goals to achieve greatness in life. To me, learning the English language was the most significant thing that changed my life. I have
learned morals, ethics, and discipline which has helped to make me who I am today.
Two fond memories of my university life in UC are lecturers and classroom environment.
To current students: believe in yourself, believe in what you do, have a dream to achieve something in life, put a timeframe into it, and work hard to achieve it. Never Give Up!
I wish one day, I can go back to UC and share my life’s experiences to all of the students there.
I want nothing more than the SUCCESS of new graduates and I believe all together we can
have greater strength to change our country and our world to be a better place. Thank you!

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