Admissions Requirements

Associate’s Degrees To be accepted into The University of Cambodia’s Associate’s degree programs, an applicant must:  

  • Have a high school certificate or equivalent (pass or fail)

Bachelor's Degrees To be accepted into The University of Cambodia’s Foundation Year program (the first step towards a Bachelor's degree for new students), an applicant must:   

  • Have a high school diploma or equivalent;
  • Pass The University of Cambodia Undergraduate Entrance Examination; and also
  • Pass The University’s English Proficiency Test if they are enrolling in the International Track (using the English language). If one does not pass the test, they can enroll into English language classes at our Center for English Studies.

Master's Degrees To be accepted into one of The University of Cambodia’s Master's degree programs, an applicant must:

  • Have a Bachelor's degree or an equivalent;
  • Pass The University of Cambodia’s Graduate Entrance Examination; and also
  • Pass The University’s English Proficiency Test (EPT).

If the applicant’s Bachelor’s degree is in a different field, then Bridging Courses (9 credits) may have to be taken in order to be able to join the desired Master’s program.
Doctoral Degrees To be accepted into one of The University of Cambodia’s Doctoral programs, an applicant must:

  • Have a good Master's degree or an equivalent;
  • Pass The University of Cambodia’s Graduate Entrance Examination; and also
  • Pass The University’s English Proficiency Test (EPT).
  • Submit a research proposal

If the applicant’s Master’s degree is in a different field, then Bridging Courses (9 credits) may have to be taken in order to be able to join the desired Master’s program.

For all interested applicants, you must complete an application form and submit it to the Office of Admissions. If you have any questions, please visit us on the first floor or you may email us at admissions@uc.edu.kh
 

 

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