New focus on healthy eating and drinking gains support amongst youth.
With the number of graduate students increasing every year, one of the most sensitive issue confronting youth in every context of society is unemployment.
Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF) hosted a half day annual youth talks (commonly known as AYT).
The UK in the 19th century and the US in the 20th century both represented the economic centre of their times, while the dawn of the 21st century has seen the unstoppable growth of Asia as a continent and of China at the core of it.
A project is launched aiming free breakfast for children in targeted schools next year.
The 8th Edition of Cambodia Book Fair just came to an end last week with a significant increase of the total visitors to almost 180,000 for the three-day period.
Modern Learning Centre is launched to teach students STEM and language subjects.
To prepare its young generation for the local, regional and global business and labour markets is an endless mission of the government, particularly the Ministry of Education.
American University of Phnom Penh (AUPP) is accepting admission for the class of 2020. The decision was made in response to the requests from students who missed submitting applications in early October 2019.
Twenty bright high school students are awarded SmartEdu scholarships.
Education Ministry to monitor students during a cold spell affecting the Kingdom.
+70 students to get full scholarships to study in Australia and New Zealand next year.
More than 260,000 students in eight provinces have benefited from free school meals.
In a Singapore distillery, the smell of pine, citrus and flowers fills the air as students crush juniper berries, blending them with their own choice of ingredients to make custom gin with an Asian twist.
A joint program expected to equip local students with the know-how.
A two day job fair was held at the Olympia Mall and was opened to all students, employees and other job seekers.
THE Indian Embassy conducted an ‘Indian Scholarship Forum’ for local university students in Battambang province last week, with the top announcement that various scholarships to India are available for Cambodian students to apply for every year.
IDP Education (Cambodia) hosted and warmly welcomed their partner institutions from around the globe to Cambodia to participate in an expo to reach out to students who were eager to find out more about studying abroad, last Saturday at Sofitel Phnom Penh Hotel.
The annual Smart TechTalk rounds off by highlighting the potential in local start-ups.
Siam Cement Group grants scholarships worth $62,400 to 270 Cambodian students.
Students and parents were invited by Singapore Cambodia International Academy (SCIA) to a complimentary movie screening and the opportunity to learn more from their guest speaker, Ms Shannon Guo, Deputy Principal, SCIA Primary School at Legend Cinema, Eden Garden, last Saturday.
The World Bank reports that up to 50% of private firms in East Asia and the Pacific are concerned about inadequate worker education and skills.
Thai’s Special Branch Bureau agrees to stop seeking information on Muslim students.
A committee to address complaints from students who failed the exam.
Hundreds of students who failed the exam gather to demand a review of their results.
The Education Ministry says more students passed the national high school exam this year when compared to last year.
Students to graduate with 2 cert.
Taing Kimhok is a RUPP lecturer and programme coordinator at IFL, an English Literature specialist. He was a member of IFL debate club and received an Excellence Award as outstanding student from the university.
Malaysian PM urged Cambodian students to be proud of their culture.
For better or worse, many of us will never forget the 12 years spent on the journey of exploring ourselves in high school, which seemed insignificant back then, but so nostalgic today.