The University of Cambodia (UC) team comprising of staff and students, and led by Mr. Kao Kim Panya, Assistant to the President of UC, visited the New Hope orphanage center

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17 June 2016: The University of Cambodia (UC) team comprising of staff and students, and led by Mr. Kao Kim Panya, Assistant to the President of UC, visited the New Hope orphanage center in Krong Chbar Morn, Kompong Speu province, to donate some food supply and study materials to benefit the young Cambodian orphans there. This visit is to strengthen the relations between the university and the community on the one hand, and to participate in the culture of sharing as well as to encourage the students and the staff to engage in the the community service, thus contributing to the support and development of the community.

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H.E Amb. Nong Sakal


H.E Amb. Nong Sakal, MA in Political Science, Class of 2006

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Kingdom of Cambodia to the Republic of Indonesia / Permanent Representative of Cambodia to ASEAN

Graduated from the College of Social Sciences of The University of Cambodia

“This year marks the 10th anniversary of my graduation from The University of Cambodia (UC), Phnom Penh.
There had been great moments studying and graduating UC back 10 years ago.  Thanks to the well-organized educational structure with experienced instructors and professors, as well as the friendliness of relevant people ranging from the President to administrative staff at all levels. UC has given me memories of strong friendships and deep connections. The spirit of people-to-people connectivity has been reflected within UC’s organizational setting.

Most importantly, UC has been a solid foundation for my future. As an alumni, I wish to extend my heartfelt thanks to all the encouragement that was given to me during my time at UC. UC has valuable programs, including increasing its networking beyond the region with other various education institutions. It is a regional and international recognized higher education institution in Cambodia, and is suited with the demand of jobs in Cambodia in both the present and the future. If asking about my career as a diplomat and for those who are looking for building a diplomatic career, I would recommend you to choose UC.
It was the right choice for me.

Finally, I hope UC continues to play its increasing vital role in human resource development so that it can continue to contribute to the prosperity of Cambodia.

Thank you! ”

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Miss Saya Molika

Saya Molika

Miss Saya Molika received her BA degree in Business Management from The University of Cambodia (UC) in 2012. Currently, she holds a position as Sponsorship Event Manager at Manulife Asia Company Limited.

Miss Molika’s view on UC: She said that “UC has provided me with an enormous fundamental knowledge to accelerate in my career development until today. It was a platform which has motivated me to build my own high performing attitude, culture of hard work and teamwork spirit. For instance, there are occasional opportunities to run the different small projects vis-a-vis their academic curriculum, charity program as well as the project-based management. In particular, there is a wide range of professional and encouraging professors, good friends and a conductive learning environment. Needless to say, UC can be considered a model of school which allows students to study and encourage students to reach their potentials, while ensuring that students would enjoy their classes and having fun at the same time.”

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Miss. Tum Narita


Miss Tum Narita received her BA degree in Finance and Banking from The University of Cambodia (UC) in 2011.

Currently, she is studying for a Master of Practicing Accounting at Swinburne University of Technology in Australia.

Miss Narita’s view on UC: According to Miss Narita, “Studying at UC has helped me in my accounting skills, and I could pass the scholarship exam for CAT and ACCA program. UC had built my foundation in Accounting which is beneficial for my study for a Master’s degree right now.
I was a Senior Auditor for three (3) years at BDO-Cambodia before returning to school to study for a Master’s Degree.
Please study smart and hard, especially self-study after classes, as well as paying close attention to the instructors during classes. In addition, one needs to be daring to ask questions and provide constructive feedback in classes.”


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Mr. Pen Vandarong


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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Mr. Long Chantola


Mr. Long Chantola received his BA degree in Business Management from
The University of Cambodia (UC) in 2015.  Currently he is pursuing a Master degree in Commerce Specialized in Finance at Charles Sturt University in Sydney.  Prior to starting his Master degree, he worked as an analyst at ANZ Royal bank for 15 months where he worked to analyze customers’ credit for loan approval.
“Studying in Australia is not so tough for me as I found the system is very similar to that of UC, which trained me to study in a similar way. In terms of study, professors at UC are highly competent as they can explain all questions with practical examples, which make it easy for me to understand. There is also a big library with discussion rooms for group studies.”

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