UC Students, Faculty and Alumni Studying Abroad

College of Science and Technology:

Mr. Sriv Tharith has received a scholarship to attend a PhD program for computer science in South Korea. Ms. San Sok Him has received a scholarship to attend a master’s degree program for computer science in South Korea.

College of Management:
Mr. May Som Art will attend a master’s degree program for global management at Seoul National University, in South Korea.

Ms. Nara Sokhema has received a Chevening UK Government Scholarship, and is currently attending a master’s degree program in the UK.

Ms. Tang Sreyneang is currently attending a semester abroad at Solbridge International School of Business at Woosong University, in South Korea.

Mr. Ky Vannroath has received a scholarship from the Korean Government Scholarship Program (KGSP), and will attend a master’s program for information systems at Gyeongsang National University in South Korea.

The program includes a one year Korean language program in addition to the two year master’s degree program. When asked what advice he would give to students hoping to study abroad, he replied, “First is English. It’s the main driving tool that can help you to show out what you have inside you. Second is your study background. Try hard never die. Make sure you also obtain a good score for your overall GPA so that you have more chance in winning the scholarship over other potential candidates. Third is participation. Make sure you try to participate in the event organized by school, or lecturer so that you can gain more real life experience and confidence in yourself. To me, I gained more confidence in my English, and the way I communicate with people from UC Debate club.”

UC President, Dr. Kao Kim Hourn, and Mr. Ky Vannroath at his UC graduation ceremony Mr. Seng Sienghour has received a scholarship from the Czech Government and is currently attending a master’s degree program for management and economics. When asked what advice he would give to students hoping to study abroad, he replied, “In order to obtain the scholarship to study abroad, the most important thing is to be well- prepared. Students have to spend their time to read the information and be aware of scholarship requirements, and start to prepare some documents before they start to apply for the scholarship. This means they have to make sure that they are ready and have enough documents to catch the scholarship. Here are some documents that they should prepare:

1. Official Transcript
2. Degree Certificate
3. Motivation Letter
4. Recommendation Letter
5. Certificate of English Proficiency Test Score (TOEFL , IELTS)
6. Other certificate of social work
7. And other documents required by different types of scholarship”

College of Social Science:
Mr. Long You Pheng has received a Chevening UK Government Scholarship and is currently attending a master’s degree program in the UK.
Mr. No Sophearith has received a scholarship to attend a master’s degree program in China.
Mr. Sen Sopheara is currently attending a master’s degree program in South Korea.
Mr. Khov Ea Hai is currently attending a master’s degree program in South Korea.

Mr. Seng Sopheak has received a Chinese Government Scholarship and will attend a master’s degree program for software engineering at Beijing Jiaotong University, recognized as 1 of the top 3 software engineering schools in China.


When asked what advice he would give to students hoping to study abroad, he replied, “For students who wish to study abroad, it’s better to prepare yourself for what country and field you prefer to study, enhance English proficiency, and find scholarship information via the school websites as well as scholarship pages on Facebook.”

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