Mr. Seng Sienghour


Mr. Seng Sienghour received his BA degree in Economics from
The University of Cambodia (UC) in 2013. He has recently graduated from Master’s Degree of Management and Marketing at Tomas Bata University (Czech Republic).

Mr. Sienghour mentioned that:
“UC equipped me with the fundamental knowledge that has enable me to develop my career path and strengthen my ability to further my international academic journey. The university gave me the opportunity to absorb knowledge and skills from my professors as well as learning and sharing with my friends.”

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Miss Sovann Monyroth


Miss Sovann Monyroth received her BA degree in Finance and Banking from
The University of Cambodia School of Business (UCSB) in 2011.
Currently she is Senior Audit Associate, at BDO (Cambodia) Limited.

Miss Monyroth has mentioned that:
“I definitely recommend studying at UC, and that’s not because I am
trying to promote my university but because of several reasons:
To begin with, I think that the credit system at UC is very effective as we are able to choose elective courses to our liking. For instance, I was a Finance and Banking student, but I have had the option to study courses like International Relations, Project Management and Business Information System. This made studying at UC
very interesting and useful, because I received the chance to expand my
understanding of the world and develop my personal capacity.

Additionally, studying at UC has helped me with my English proficiency since all courses were taught in English.

Currently I am working as an Auditor and pursuing ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) at the same time. I have found that most of the courses I learned at UC have helped me a lot, with my career and ACCA, because they provided me with fundamental knowledge of what the accountancy world is about.

On top of that, not only has studying at UC impacted my academic life, but it has impacted on my personal life very dearly. At UC, students from various majors are put together when studying elective courses. For the whole 4 years, I felt like I have gotten to know everyone on campus and so did everyone else. This was a great chance for networking. As of now, I am still very close to most of my friends and we get together constantly.

My “UC” experience has been one of the greatest times in my life.”

“Once a UC-er, always proud to be a UC-er.”

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Miss Ngoun Wathana


Miss Ngoun Wathana received her BA degree in Finance and Banking from
The University of Cambodia School of Business (UCSB), in 2011.
Currently she is working as a Client Coordinator at Damco (Cambodia) Ltd.

“With the English course curriculum, strict grading tools to score students’ performance, as well as the qualified lecturers, UC helps strengthen students’ performance to help overcome weakness and seize opportunities in the job market. More than this, class activities and outdoor projects enhance the confidence and effective communication for all students. UC generates talented human resources, and I believe the academic backgrounds and school life experience at UC have prepared me well with capability
and skills, as well as a solid command in English to pursue a successful career path.”

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Mr. Yoeurng Sotheara


Mr. Yoeurng Sotheara received his Bachelor degree in Law (LL.B) (Honor) from The University of Cambodia (UC) in 2011.
After graduating from UC, he obtained a Master degree in law, major in Master of Comparative Law (MCL) from the University of Delhi,
Republic of India in 2014.

Currently he is a Legal and Monitoring Officer at Committee for Free and Fair Election in Cambodia (COMFREL) and also a Part-time Lecturer of Law subjects at various universities in Cambodia including UC.

Mr. Sotheara stated that:

“UC changed my life. I might be a different person from who I am today if it wasn’t for the opportunities provided by UC. I was a recipient of the Prime Minister’s scholarship program at UC which required me to work very hard under strict rules to secure the scholarship award and also to ensure the education quality for scholarship students.

I have had fun memories of the College of Law with other law students and lecturer Tep Punloeu. I remember participating in the Mock-Trial program funded by USAID and providing mock counselling. I miss the time when I was interviewed by SEATV, on a program called “My Life”.

Prof. In Sophal was an outstanding lecturer in International Relations. Classes were strict but they were fun and even motivated me.

I wish to share with current law students that: “You must try to do your best in whatever circumstances you face, which enables you to improve your life and your nation. There is always hope but you need to be confident and trust in yourself to make it happen.”

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Mr. Ong Sochheka


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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Mr. Lay Sophanith


Mr. Lay Sophanith received his BA degree in Economics from The University of Cambodia (UC) in 2013.  Currently he is an Assistant Auditor at Electricité du Cambodge.

Mr. Sophanith stated that:
“Studying at UC not only gave me full knowledge about my major, but offered me the opportunities to expose myself to electives that are related to business and management.
This is the basic foundation that led me to hold my current post. Another important point was that I was challenged by my lecturers. They pushed me out of my comfort zone, to do better and improve myself. More than learning, I met many talented students; we helped each other and
we grew together; until now we still contact each other and have built a strong network
consisting of members from diverse sectors. During my time at UC, I was also involved in
many extracurricular activities such as UC Student Senate, Debate Club and Red Cross Youth.
I received study support and consultations from my Dean and UC staff and faculty members.”

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