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Admission

To be admitted to one of the programs, applicants must:

  • hold a Bachelor's degree in any field or an equivalent; and

  • pass a written entrance examination in English.

Application Requirements

  • Application forms (2) (one in Khmer and one in English for Cambodian applicants; one in English for foreign applicants)

  • A certified copy of Bachelor’s Degree or an equivalent and a copy of transcript

  • Good communication in English

  • Recommendation (1) from a former/current employer or professor

  • Research Plan (completed with the application forms)

  • A copy of valid ID card or a copy of family book

  • Recent 4 x 6 photos with white background (3)

  • Recent 3 x 4 photos with white background (2)

  • Satisfactory entrance examination results

  • Experience in the development sector preferred

  • Download application forms here: Khmer( DOCX PDF and English( DOCX , PDF )

    Application and Entrance Examination Fees: US$ 20.00

    Tuition Fee

    The tuition fee for the entire program (24 months) is US$ 2,000.00 for Cambodians or US$ 4,000.00 for foreigners. This fee should be paid by US$ 500.00 or 1,000.00 installment at the beginning of each semester or by US$ 1,000.00 or 2,000.00 installment at the start of each academic year.

    Class Schedule

    Weekday Time Weekend Time
    Tuesday 18:00-20:00 Saturday 08:30-11:30
    Wednesday 18:00-20:00 14:00-17:00
    Thursday 18:00-20:00 Sunday 08:30-11:30
    Friday 18:00-20:00

    Note: Students can enroll on weekdays, weekends or both on weekdays and weekends.

    Application Calendar

    Event Date
    Application deadline 16 th October 2017
    Written Exam and Interview 28 th October 2017
    First semester commencement 18 th November 2017

    2nd intake is in February

Contact Info

Room #216A, Building A, Campus I
Tel: +855-92-791-070
        +855-12-233-994

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