Alumni Talk

What did you like about UC?
“The academic program conducted in English has prepared me to be a global citizen, catching up with the
global market trend and development. The flexibility of the academic program with the elective course options
gave me the opportunity to select courses aligned with my interests and strengths.”

What did you think of your program’s facilities such as available technology, resources, and classrooms?
“The program’s facilities are among the best universities in the nation, which enables students to concentrate
on their studies and research. However, comparing to other universities in the region, the facilities are still
limited and need further improvements in order to provide students an ease to do research and access to the
most up-to-date study materials and resources.”

What accomplishments did you achieve during your university experience?
“I got an opportunity to go on an exchange program at Payap University in Thailand, specializing in International
Business Management for a semester in 2010. Later on, I won a scholarship from the US Embassy
to join an exchange program called Study of the US Institute for Student Leaders on Global Environmental
Issues and Leadership in 2012. The same year, I got another scholarship to participate in a short-term study
program of Peace and Human Security in Asia, in Japan. I was also selected to be the representative of Cambodian
youth in the ASEAN-Japan Youth Forum in 2013. I graduated with an honorable GPA of 3.94.”

Was there a professor, staff member, or fellow student who made a lasting impression on you or
helped you when you were at UC? How? Why?
“Many professors, staff, and fellow students were really helpful during my academic life. They gave me lots
of support and encouragement for my academic and career advancement.”

Do you still keep in contact with any of your classmates, professors, or staff members?
“I still keep in touch with them though we are scattering in different parts of the globe. Thanks to technology,
we can update each other and discuss and help each other on a certain aspects of our careers, graduate
study and research, and life matters. Physical distance and busy schedules do not hinder our relationship and
networking. Many classmates, professors, and UC staff come to Tokyo for business trips, and we had a good
time catching up with each other, since I am now based in Tokyo. On May 31, 2015, I had a chance to catch
up with H.E. Dr. Kao Kim Hourn, Dr. Haruhisa Handa, and many UC Alumni at The Young Parliamentarians’
Global Opinion Summit in Tokyo. We were proud and glad for the UC family mini-reunion.”


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