Education and training
PM Hun Sen records appreciations for higher education association for active participation in human resource training
Prime Minister Hun Sen has thanked all higher education institutions for their active participation in human resource training, especially during the COVID-19 outbreak. ...
Khmer Times Staff
PM calls on all universities to pay attention to quality
Hun Sen, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia, has appealed to all universities, both public and private, to do their best to improve the quality of education to suit with the graduates’ abilities and degrees. ...
Khmer Times Staff
Free vocational training for 1.5m students in 2024
Prime Minister Hun Sen said on Monday that up to 1.5 million young people, who could not afford higher education, will be able to receive free vocational training with an additional stipend as the government seeks to produce more labor skills. ...
Education ministry: 8,619 full scholarships for 2023-24
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport announced that they would provide over 8,000 full scholarships for students to pursue undergraduate degrees for the next academic year 2023-2024. . ...
Techo Sen Institute offers digital scholarships
The Techo Sen Institute (TSI) – run by the Ministry of Public Works and Transport – and the Cambodia Academy of Digital Technology (CADT) under the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications have announced plans to offer a number of scholarships to high school graduates. ...
Women urged to pursue postgraduate education
Prime Minister Hun Sen encouraged female students to pursue their education, regardless of whether they marry and have children, noting that the number of women pursuing postgraduate degrees and doctorates has decreased sharply compared to their male counterparts. ...
University students encouraged to focus on digital technology
Ministry of Commerce (MoC) has encouraged university students in Cambodia to focus on digital technology and innovation developments amid the remarkably growing Industry Revolution 4.0 and e-commerce business after the e-commerce law was passed. ...
PM Hun Sen suggests opening of British Universities in Cambodia
Prime Minister Hun Sen has encouraged the United Kingdom to open schools, especially universities in Cambodia, after noting a growing trend of Cambodian students pursuing their studies in the UK. ...
Khmer Times Staff
RUPP Vietnamese Language Department to offer 3 courses
Minister of Education, Youth and Sports Hang Chuon Naron issued a proclamation on November 22, 2021, to establish the Institute of International Studies and Public Policy of RUPP where students can study in the Vietnamese Language Department and obtain a bachelor’s in Vietnamese studies, Vietnamese ...
Thai uni offers scholarships to 40 Cambodian students: PM
Prime Minister Hun Sen requested that Thailand’s Krirk University meet with the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport to discuss recruitment after the school announced scholarships for 40 Cambodians. ...
Moon Pich: From cowherd to naval graduate
A former cowherd from Kampong Chhnang province attracted public attention recently when he posted several pictures of himself with US President Joe Biden and his grandmother at his recent graduation ceremony from the US Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland – in part due to the ...
Khouth Sophak Chakrya
Jab card check for students a one-off
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport instructed municipal and provincial education departments across the country to inform school administrators that the vaccination card check for students should be done just once on the first day they attend classes. ...
RUPP plans student swap with Texas school
The Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Angelo State University (ASU) – located in the US city of San Angelo in the state of Texas – on October 25 to strengthen higher education cooperation, expand both institutions’ scope ...
Institutions of Higher Education to reopen doors to normal learning
It’s definitely smiles all around with the government deciding to reopen all public and private institutions of higher education. ...
Schools seek gov’t meeting to find ways for reopening
More than 100 private educational institutions have decided to request a meeting with the government to find ways to reopen schools as many of them are facing bankruptcy and on the brink of closing. The decision came during a virtual meeting among them on June ...
Higher education enrolment shrinks
The number of students enrolled in higher educational institutions in the new academic year has decreased compared to previous years, a trend which the education sector largely blames on the Covid-19 crisis. ...
Ministry allows public universities to reopen with COVID-19 measures
The Ministry of Education yesterday announced that it has given a green light to public universities all over the country to reopen after months of closure to prevent the outbreak of COVID-19. ...
Digital education will continue to be a priority
The Ministry of Education is cooperating with the International Centre for Higher Education Innovation of Unesco (Unesco-ICHEI) to diversify higher education with more digital-focussed programmes ...
PM tells Royal Academy to up PhD standards
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Thursday instructed the Royal Academy of Cambodia to carefully scrutinise post-graduate candidates as he said the number of Cambodian PhD students was “too high”, with the Kingdom recording one of the highest ratios of PhD holders in the world. Hun ...
New Generation Pedagogical Research Centre inaugurated
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport on Thursday inaugurated the New Generation Pedagogical Research Centre (NGPRC), located at the National Institute of Education. ...