RUPP and NIDIR signed a memorandum of agreement to allow RUPP students who want to become diplomats to study diplomacy and foreign affairs at NIDIR.
Last Saturday, Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP) transformed itself into a different place. The school celebrated its 10th Annual Charity Day, and the whole school felt and looked festive and joyful.
Sor Sinarath is currently a third year music student at the Royal University of Fine Arts. At 20, he also holds a degree in International Studies from the Royal University of Phnom Penh
Can you believe it? We’re already on the fourth day of 2019! It’s just amazing how time flies so fast, leaving us in awe of how life unfolds before our eyes. But that’s the point: time runs so fast that we need to use it as beautifully and as positively as possible.
The silk centre at the Royal University of Phnom Penh is ready for expansion.
The Kun Bokator National Championship 2018 wrapped up earlier this week at the Sports Hall of the Royal University of Phnom Penh.
Ministry starts to improve the education quality in Cambodia’s top 5 universities.
University of Phnom Penh’s department of psychology sees a decrease in students.
“I have learned to not give up on my goals easily. No matter how hard it is, how many times I get disappointed and how many failures I have to go through, I get back up more cautious and better prepared for my next steps.
A Royal University of Phnom Penh academia said the department of psychology is seeing a decrease in student interest due to a lack of human resources.
Scholarships: University of Auckland International Student Scholarship – YSEALI Academic Fellowships for Spring 2019 – Digital Artist Volunteer Work
Royal University researchers call the Health Ministry to tighten tobacco regulations.
Researchers are urging the Health Ministry to tighten tobacco regulations after finding that retailers in the capital still advertise products after being given incentives from tobacco companies.
This year’s celebrations for United Nations Day will be held at the silk research centre.
The Mekong Dialogue Institute (MDI) hosted a regional media conference on “ASEAN Towards Regional Stability Through Social Media” or ASEANCon at the Cambodia-Korea Cooperation Center (CKCC) of the Royal University of Phnom Penh last week.
2ND DMC INFORMATION DAY – Communication for Success – Central Queensland University Information Session
Travelling and studying abroad will help students learn the cultures, lifestyles of other races, as well as gain and practice soft and hard skills from people around the globe.
A programme initiated by the silk research centre produces its first yarn of yellow silk.
The Royal University of Phnom Penh yesterday announced it has successfully bred healthy, high-quality silkworms that are being distributed to weaving communities across the country.
The Royal University of Phnom Penh warmly welcomes Dr Chen Xu, the Chairperson of University Council at Tsinghua University.
The 21st Japanese Speech Contest for Japanese language learners started last week. This contest aims to further promote the understanding of Japanese culture and language amongst the Cambodian youth.
A Thai institution is providing technical assistance to a new silk research centre.
Facing vigorous competition from imports, a shortage of skilled labour and a lack of quality silkworms and mulberry trees, the local sericulture industry continues to struggle.
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Held on the campus of the Institute of Foreign Languages at the Royal University of Phnom Penh, the Asean Plus Three Festival drew about 5,000 attendees.
Heng Samnang, 27, has been a fan of crime movies since she was young — so much so that they inspired her to study psychology.
A mental health expert warns that parents are allowing their children too much screen time.
Chhe Dany, a Khmer literature student at the Royal University of Phnom Penh, has loved traditional Khmer music since, at the age of 6.
Vorn Narot, a student of biology at the Royal University of Phnom Penh, has been fascinated by traditional Khmer musical instruments since he saw one of his neighbours playing the “tro soa”.
Prime Minister Hun Sen warns he will take legal action against commentators suggesting the government exploits foreign incursions.