Khmer Times’ May Kunmakara sits down with Ly Virak, chairman of Learning Jungle International School, who is now opening a new educational institution – Westview Cambodian International School.
It is true in the context of Cambodia that if you want to pursue quality education, you have to go to class. However, with the globalisation and all the changes happening around, people have gotten busier in jobs, businesses and other activities. So, how can they be successful in both fields?
The Japanese government has always been active in giving full assistance to Cambodia’s education sector. In fact, about 110 Khmer students have received scholarships from the East Asian country since 1992.
Cambodian youth nowadays enjoy the challenges that are ever present in the start-up world. They take the challenges as motivation to learn more and do more tech-related works, knowing that they don’t really need formal education or training in IT; just pure and strong commitment and willingness to learn
Being granted a scholarship can be every student’s dream but it is also a major challenge for many as the process of getting scholarships is not easy. The lack of sensible information adds to the dilemma.
PM urges homeowners to allow their maids to obtain an education.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has urged homeowners to have compassion and allow their maids to obtain an education.
Dr. Mengly J. Quach, a medical doctor and the founder of one of the top schools in the capital, talks to Agnes Alpuerto about Cambodia’s health and education sectors, and how these two can go together to ensure healthier, stronger and wiser Khmer people.
Oark Nay Heang is at a very different place today than when she was growing up. She has just graduated from university and she’s excited about the next chapter of her life.
Lawmaker Hun Many lauds the Kampong Cham provincial administration.
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MoEYS) held the official launching of the first learning center of “Basic Education Equivalency Programme” on February 17 at the Institute of Technology of Cambodia (ITC).
This week’s Binge Worthy is a bit different from my normal picks. Sometimes it is worth to wait for new episodes of a TV series that only airs weekly. As the context of this show is on climate change, it can be a bit heavy.
A series of business and education agreements were signed between Brunei and Laos.
New Zealand Scholarships Application Deadline: March 14 Visit: www.mfat.govt.nz/en/aid-and-development/new-zealand-government-scholarships/ The New Zealand Government is offering scholarships to eligible candidates of developing countries who wish to pursue undergraduate and postgraduate studies in New Zealand or in…
Finance Ministry approves a budget for computers and printers in public schools.
Speaking to Khmer Times, Education Minister Hang Chuon Naron says the government is trying its best to lift the younger generation to a higher level by offering both soft and hard components of knowledge and skills.
The government plans to focus on developing tech startups in the small and medium enterprise, education and digital skills sectors before expanding to tourism, agriculture, and health.
For most Thais, the result of an inadequate public education is a lifetime of unskilled or semi-skilled employment, dooming them to the lower rungs of the economic ladder.
The Higher Education Association has claimed that corruption in the education sector has almost been completely eradicated due to a series of reforms made by the Education Ministry that began in 2013.
Education is one of the most significant parts of one’s life. Everyone needs to be educated regardless of his or her social status or gender.
There are several qualities of ‘Khmer characteristics’ that Cambodia can aspire to when one observes the Angkor period and it is high time they be revived.
Every year, many Cambodians get the privilege of getting the Erasmus+ Scholarship from the European Union. The programme aims to support education, training, youth and sports. Many Cambodians have become successful after they completed the programme.
Women were supposed to stay at home and be in charge of taking care of children. That was the tradition strictly followed for generations. However, social changes have unfolded dramatically over the past decades.
A commission to be set to to improve the quality of education in the Kingdom.
The Lancang-Mekong Cooperation finance new member country projects.
Mr Sythan, who has more than a decade of experience in the private sector, government and academia, shares his struggles in attaining education and fulfilling goals.
Officials to visit Thmar Koul schools to educate students on how to avoid fainting.
Battambang provincial education and health department officials will visit schools in Thamor Koul district this week to educate students on how to avoid fainting during class.
With Tiny Toones, Tuy ‘Kay Kay’ Sobil and his team provide education, albeit not in the most traditional sense, that is meant to help keep underprivileged and marginalised kids off the streets. But life for Kay Kay is not a bed of roses.
Events: Design Thinking Workshop: The Future of Education and TVET – Celebrating Human