High school students participating in national exam will be tested in 8 subjects.
Six financial institutions are offering loans specially created to help students finance their education in tourism-related fields.
Scholarships: Heinrich Bölll Foundation Scholarships – Monash University Full Tuition Scholarship – Senior Research Fellowships
If the National Exam next month is not enough of a factor for stress and anxiety among Grade 12 students, choosing the university and degree programme surely are.
Cambodian culture is so rich in art. But both the art and the artists today are often underappreciated.
It always seems important to be committed to school, get good grades, find jobs that provide good pay, and pursue a Master’s degree or even a PhD.
Siem Reap police arrest ten high school students over snatching foreign tourists.
On a recent weekday morning, a group of men in their 70s and 80s gathered for baseball practice just down the road from a junior high school where students were arriving to start the day.
Telecom Cambodia aims to enhance access to the internet for students across the nation.
A “Road Safety Campaign for Children of Cambodia” is held at Kolap 1 Primary School, and gave out 894 helmets to selected students from Grades 1 to 6 last week.
Singapore (Cambodia) International Academy organised the second Teen Entrepreneur Challenge (TEC) for students aged 12-16 years old.
More than 100,000 students will sit the national Grade 12 exam this year.
Scholarships: World Bank Young Professionals Programme 2019 – Community Service Scholarship – Volunteer Opportunity
Events: Plastic Street Clean-Up for “Green Starts Here” – IDP Scholarships & Study in Australia Exhibition – Youth Awareness on Social Protection
Earning a good medal (ranking number one) in Khmer Literature exam is something many students aspire to achieve.
Education Ministry announces that students in higher institutions must be given three days off to take part in the upcoming election.
60 years of relations between Cambodia and China is celebrated to boost ties.
News about mass shootings and grave violence around the world are making headlines every now and then.
Grade 12 students are now cramming for the upcoming national exams. Everyone’s reading educational materials, searching online for helpful topics, understanding jargons and formulas.
A Chinese businessman paid a surprise visit to Stung Meanchey Primary School.