Mr. Tong Soprach received his Master’s Degree in Public Health from The University of Cambodia (UC) in 2008. Currently he is a Social-Affairs Columnist, The Phnom Penh Post & Public Health Consultant. Previously he was a Freelance Public Health Consultant.
Mr. Soprach said that:
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“As a member of the UC Young Leader Representatives, UC introduced me to the world through networks, workshops and international conferences such as The European Population Conference in Liverpool, UK; The Asia Economic Forum in Phnom Penh; the Forum on International Development Cooperation; and WSD Handa Fellow/ Pacific Forum CSIS Young Leader, Tokyo, Japan. I still keep in touch by sharing knowledge, documentations and job opportunities in our Facebook group and by e-mail with all my Public Health Alumni and also with other UC Alumni such as Mr Soth Nimol, Miss Vong Socheata, Ms Chak Sopheap and so on. UC offers qualified teachers and a lot of modern books and documents on paper and in e-books online for study. Current students should study and work harder on both technical terms and also their
English language skills to join in the competition available in free markets.”
Mr. Tem Sokchann received his BA in Information Technology from The University of Cambodia (UC)
in 2008. Currently he is a Network Operation Center Engineer at Smart Headquarters.
Prior to this, he was a Drive Test Engineer.
Mr. Sokchann said that:
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I received training from good teachers from UC that has helped me in my life. UC also offers internships, which can positively impact students and their careers. I am still contact with many friends that I made at UC, including Mr. Ban Bunheng, Mr. Sun Ry and Mr. Math Chivirack. I would to say thank you to Dr. Kao Kim Hourn, President of UC that hosted the scholarship program for the students; Mr. Teav Chhun Nan, Associate Dean for the College of Science and Technology, as he that gave me the opportunity for me to have an IT-related internship; and Mr. Pom Piseth, a member of the IT staff who taught me many IT skills. I have very good memories of all of them. My advice to current students is to study hard to help make opportunities become available to you. I would like to say thank you to the students and staff that knew me before, especially Mr. Teav Chhun Nan, Mr. Pom Piseth, Mr.Chhay Buntha, Ms. Por Malis, Ms. Kong Ratana, and Dr. Kao Kim Hourn who helped make me have a good life.
Mr. Pen Vandarong received his BA degree in Business Management from The University of Cambodia (UC) in 2008. Currently, he holds the position as Assistant to Chief Operation Officer (COO) at Kaksekor Limited.
He described his study experience and how he had succeeded with his study at UC, and how his study at UC has contributed to his success at work and in life:
“The courses that I studied at UC strengthened my familiarity in international education and academic research because English was the language of instruction.
As most of the academic doctrines are written in English, so a sound knowledge in English has greatly facilitated my learning experience and development. Most of the lecturers were overseas graduates; thus, not only had they shared their knowledge, but also experiences on how to win scholarship placements and to take advantage of life as international students. In addition, the course structure was flexible, and the (business) school supported me in arranging the courses to fit my graduation plan. As a result, it took me only nine terms to complete my Bachelor’s degree, which was very time effective and cost efficient.
My BA degree at UC built solid fundamental skills in different aspects of business administration, which can be used to steadily progress my career. This strong foundation, together with my professional qualifications and aspiring future goals, has enabled me to win the Chevening Scholarship to continue my graduate study in the United Kingdom in 2013. Therefore, I would say, with all the foundation and progress that I have made, I can ensure myself to be among the top calibers wherever I work.”
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