2nd National Reading Day at National Institute of Education on 11th March, 2017

The University of Cambodia, Toshu Fukami and Electronic Library has attended in 2nd National Reading Day at National Institute of Education on 11th March, 2017.

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CES New term announcement

The Center for English Studies of The University of Cambodia is pleased to announce to all students that the new term commencement of English programs will be on March 20, 2017 (weekday classes) and on March 25, 2017 (weekend classes).

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Course De Francais

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Mr. Mouen Sophet


Mr. Mouen Sophet received his BA in Education from The University of Cambodia (UC) in 2014. Currently he is an official in the Ministry of Environment, Department of Non-Formal Environmental Education.

Mr. Sophet shares his experiences from UC:
“During my school year at UC, I found inspiration from one of my subjects, Research Methodology. This subject has benefitted me a lot since as I now use it in my workplace. Back then I personally got inspiration from Lecturer Diep Sophal, Mam Chan Sean and Chum Chandarin who were outstanding. They guided me during my academic years with ideas and emotional inspiration. Since I finished in 2014, I still remained in contact with some friends:
Mr. Sam Sochet, Ouk Samnang, Pave Ratha, Um Srey Touch etc.

I earned a scholarship to attend UC for my Bachelor’s program in 2009, and I experienced so many ways of teaching and learning in the best system in Cambodia. The University, programs, staff, teachers and directors worked really hard in order to bring knowledge to students, which helped make me who I am today. Honestly, I have been shaped by UC to be one of the most productive members in my work place and society.

My favourite memory for me during school was making good friends with other students. Besides, the academic activities are also one of the best parts of my memory while attending UC.

There are no much words to say but I just would like to address that “Learning is not always joyful for students but if you succeed, it will bring joy to your life.”

It is an honour for me being a governmental official, and this is the result of attending UC. What I have been doing today is what I gained from UC. Experiences, hard skills, soft skills and interpersonal skill all have been made what I am for now. I enjoy my work, my career and my life as fully member of society to help the development of Cambodia. Being a student from UC, I am proud to tell everyone that UC is one of the best academic systems in Cambodia. You never walk alone, if you are UC student. Friends, staff, teachers, directors and all involved sectors will help to guide you to achieve your academic life. I have already made it.”

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Mr. Mey Sithin


Mr. Mey Sithin received his Master in Education (Educational Administration) from The University of Cambodia (UC) in 2005. Currently he is a Vice Chief of the Office, Environmental Impact Assessment Department, and The Ministry of Environment. Prior to this, he was a Lecturer at UC, and Deputy Chief of office at the Ministry of Environment.

Mr. Sithin’s memories of UC are:
“UC shaped my career and provided me with qualifications for my degree abroad. Time spent with class mates, great academic life and experiences are my memories of UC. There are several subjects that I found particularly inspirational, namely: Curriculum Development applied Linguistics, Organizational behaviour, Principles of Education, Developmental Reading, Teacher Education and Proposal Writing. I still keep contact with some of my fellow students such as Mr. Chea Veasna, Mr. Thou Narong, Mr. Uch Kimchheang, Mr. Paul Xon… I have some words of wisdom for our current students: “Every day is a chance to learn”, “Positive thought, Positive Outcomes” University really provides the opportunity for a proper education and shapes the future careers of every student.”

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Mr. Bunthan Vicheka


Mr. Bunthan Vicheka received his Master in Educational Administration from The University of Cambodia (UC) in 2014. Currently he is a Country Assistant HR Manager at Intertek Testing Services (Cambodia) Company Limited. Prior to this, he was an English Instructor at The University of Cambodia.

Mr. Vicheka shares his experiences from UC:
“UC provides a variety of courses/subjects that help students to be familiar with many different sectors.
In general, lecturers are helpful and skilful. They provide advice in addition to in-book lectures.
During my time at UC, I was attracted to the Human Resource Management course which led to my career change from that time till now. I still have good connections with some of my fellow students there such as Lysrun, Punnreay, Dina, Vimean and Dara. UC provided me with everything, grooming me up and sending me out to a successful career. My message to other students is that you are coming to
the right place, as UC provides you what you need in the future for your best career path.
The University focuses on quality of education and study outcomes. This University was established for developing skills and broadening knowledge, providing both soft and hard skills in response to
current changes in society and employment opportunities.”

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