Miss Somanita Kheang


Miss Somanita Kheang, received her BA in English Literature from The University of Cambodia (UC) in 2012. Currently she is a Ph.D. Candidate in Educational Leadership at Lindenwood University and a Graduate Assistant in the Education Department at Lindenwood University, USA. Prior to this, she was a Master’s Scholarship Student at Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.

Miss Somanita stated that:
“I am really thankful for the experiences that I got from UC. The University of Cambodia prepared a useful foundation for students’ success, and I indeed enjoyed a great deal
of fun that I had during my educational journey there. I have become a self-directed learner by working through various projects assigned by professors, and I have enhanced my public speaking skills through all the presentations that I made in classes.

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Mr. Tem Sokchann


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:
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.

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Mr. Heng Chanpanhavuth


Mr. Heng Chanpanhavuth received his BA in Finance and Banking from The University of Cambodia (UC) in 2013. Currently he is studying to receive his Master Degree of Science in Financial Engineering at Stevens Institute of
Technology in the United States.

Mr. Chanpanhavuth stated that:
“UC gave me an unforgettable college life on top of the great educational foundation needed to pursue my current life goal. The four years of incredible classroom experiences filled with diverse curricula, daily team activities, and enriching group discussions have prepared me for the competitive world outside of academia with a strong bond and supportive network of lecturers and friends as an invaluable by-product till this day.”


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Mr. Ray Bora


Mr. Ray Bora received his BA in Information Technology from The University of Cambodia (UC) in 2014. Currently he is a Government Official at The Ministry of Tourism,
Department of Statistics and Tourism Information.
Prior to this, he was a teacher of English at AII.

Mr. Bora mentioned that:
“UC has prepared students’ English proficiency which is extremely crucial in competing in the job market. Even if you cannot find a job in your major, you still can use your English to find a related job. Lecturer Teav Chhunnan was every helpful and encouraging. He supervised the subjects being taken and more importantly he always provided information regarding scholarships and job announcements to all IT folks. Another important lecturer was Marilu Derasera, a Filipino lecturer; she helped build my public speaking capability and self-esteem.
I can’t thank her enough for her openness and willingness to share. She taught me amazing lessons about soft skills, namely intrapersonal communication skills and public speaking.

At UC I have a few close friends who took the same major. We keep in close contact with one another. To name a few, they are Khon Somethear, Pou Sokmean, Keo Venghok, Sek Sopanith, Pou Sopphea, Rim Nalo, and Mouen Sophet who was in the College of Education.

I’ve had many positive memories at UC. I had many friends and studied in the university where I had to compete for a scholarship. I also learned a lot about public speaking, which built my confidence for standing in front of people and talking in English. Some courses really built my self-esteem and supported me to be who I am today.

One of my inspirational words for the youngsters there is to leverage your network. Even though you are successful in your education, it does not define who you are. No matter how outstanding you are, if you are not given chances how can you grow and how high you can climb? Therefore, build a strong network that makes you grow and makes you prosper, not one that drags you backwards. You don’t know who is going to save you from a problematic situation. Choosing who to be around is as important as choosing who you want to be in the future.

The University of Cambodia provided me countless invaluable lessons, both in my personal life and in my academic journey. The university assisted me to maximize my potential and explore who I really am meant to be. I met many kinds of people, many of whom now have become a vital part of my life. Moreover, I received immense knowledge from my Associate Dean, lecturers, and my friends there. They are warmly supportive and encouraging. UC never fails to provide the best services, strong support, and heart-felt warmth and most importantly the sense of family. It’s such a true gift to have studied at UC.”

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Miss LOR Mouy Ngich


Miss LOR Mouy Ngich received her BA in Law from The University of Cambodia (UC) in 2016.  Currently she is working as a civil servant at the Ministry of Interior, and won a scholarship in Public Administration from The University of Cambodia for a Master’s Degree.

Miss Mouy Ngich said that:
“During my Bachelor Degree courses, I acknowledged that I have learnt general, elective, core, and major courses which have broadened my knowledge and understanding regarding to law and other fields which were necessary for me to apply to my work and life.

Besides the lectures in the classroom, I was encouraged to participate in events like participating in mock trials, visiting trials at the First Instance Court, and especially conducting a Competition of Legal Client Counseling while I was in my last term with the course “Legal Research and Writing” taught by Mr. Mam Thana, the Associate Dean of the College of Law. These events are very useful for a law student like me since I can get new insight of how the knowledge learnt at school can be applied in the real practice. Besides this course, I also took courses like Introduction to Law, Constitutional Law, Family Law, Business Law, International Law, Criminal Law, Civil Law, Criminal Procedure, Civil Procedure, Taxation Law, Administrative Law, Special Criminal Law, Banking Law, International Trade and Policy, Contract Law, Land Management and Urban Law, and Intellectual Property Law.

I really appreciate the President of University who provided me the scholarship to study both a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree at this prestigious university. I would like to show my greatest respect and sincerest thanks to our Associate Dean and all respective and experienced law lecturers who have contributed their time and energy in teaching me and other law students, giving advice, and encouraging us to do an internship or to get involved with work related to the law field. From what I have gained from school is very valuable for me in my work right now and for my future aspirations.

If you want to get a good job, please study hard with the support of The University of Cambodia and its helpful lectures.”

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Miss Peou Sorphea


Miss Peou Sorphea received her BA in Information Technology from The University of Cambodia (UC) in 2014. Currently she is working as a Graphic Designer and Social Media Handler at Liberty International School.  Prior to this, she was a Magazine Editor at a Mobile Phone Magazine.

Miss Sorphea said that:
At UC, I have learnt a lot of things from the classroom, as well as from social work.
Lecturer Sriv Tharith put a lot of effort into making all lectures for students. I studied graphic design and other database subjects. He always made sure that every student understood the lessons and were able to use them in their working career.
Nowadays, I’m still in contact with some of my friends and we always share information and other knowledge. They are my IT classmates and a few of them are pursuing their degree abroad.
Life at UC has brought me to another step of achieving my dream work and made me become a qualified worker among others in this country. “Set your goals high, and don’t stop till you get there.”

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