Facility Inaugurations

The University of Cambodia has a practice of renaming Schools, Colleges, Departments, classrooms, and professorships after nations, prominent international organizations, dynamic private companies, and influential citizens. For example, the Techo Sen School of Government and International Relations is named after the Prime Minister of Cambodia, Samdech Techo Hun Sen, and the Tony Fernandes School of Business is named after the CEO of AirAsia, Tan Sri Tony Fernandes. There are currently 18 rooms and lecture halls that have officially been inaugurated. On the tenth floor of the main campus building, the Techo Sen School of Government and International Relations has named rooms after the ASEAN Member States, and it also has dedicated one hall after the World Economic Forum. The ninth floor contains classrooms and lecture halls named after ASEAN Dialogue Partners, and UC invites all embassies to officially inaugurate and decorate their designated room.
The rooms that have been inaugurated at The University of Cambodia:


•    America Room by H.E. William A. Heidt, Ambassador of the United States to Cambodia, on March 29, 2017
•    Australia Room by H.E. Ms. Angela Corcoran, Ambassador of Australia to Cambodia, on March 2, 2017
•    Brunei Room by H.E. Mr. Kasmirhan Pengiran Tahir, Ambassador of Brunei to Cambodia, on August 27, 2018
•    China Room by H.E. Mr. Xiong Bo, Ambassador of the People's Republic of China to Cambodia on November 8, 2017
•    European Union Room by H.E. George Edgar, Ambassador of the European Union to Cambodia, on August 25, 2017
•    Germany Room by Dr. Ingo Karsten, Ambassador of Germany to Cambodia, on March 13, 2018
•    India Room by H.E. Naveen Srivastava, Ambassador of India to Cambodia, on April 25, 2017
•    Indonesia Room by H.E. Pitono Purnomo, Ambassador of Indonesia to Cambodia, on February 21, 2017
•    Japan Room by H.E. Horinouchi Hidehisa ORINOUCHI Hidehisa, Ambassador of Japan to Cambodia, on January 25, 2018
•    Laos Room by H.E. Mr. Sayasith Prasith, Ambassador of Laos to Cambodia, on July 11, 2018
•    Myanmar Room by H.E. Myint Soe, Ambassador of Myanmar to Cambodia, on May 23, 2018
•    New Zealand Room by Rt. Hon John Key, Former Prime Minister of New Zealand, on April 27, 2017
•    The Philippines Room by H.E. Christopher B. Montero, Ambassador of the Philippines to Cambodia, on January 9, 2017
•    Singapore Room by H.E. Michael Tan, Ambassador of Singapore to Cambodia, on May 5, 2017
•    Sweden Room by H.E. Ms. Maria Sargren, Ambassador of Sweden to Cambodia, on August 17, 2018
•    Thailand Room by H.E. Mr. Panyarak Poolthup, Ambassador of Thailand to Cambodia, on January 9, 2019
•    Thakral Corporation Ltd. Room by Dr. Rikhi Thakral, Executive Director of the Thakral Group of Companies, and Mr. Natarajan Subramaniam, Chairman of Thakral Corporation Ltd, on November 28, 2017
•    Timor-Leste Room by H.E. Ms. Felicidade de Sousa Guterres, Ambassador of Timor-Leste to Cambodia, on January 25, 2019
•    Vietnam Room by H.E. Mr. Vu Quang Minh, Ambassador of Vietnam to Cambodia, on May 7, 2018
•    UNESCO Room by H.E. Ms. Anne Lemaistre,  UNESCO Representative in Cambodia, on December 20, 2018
•    United Nations Room by H.E. Claire Van der Vaeren, UN Resident Coordinator in Cambodia, on September 29, 2017
•    United Nations Green Youth Programme Room by H.E. Ms. Pauline Tamesis, the UN Resident Representative in Cambodia on November 19, 2018
•    AirAsia Hall by Tan Sri Tony Fernandes, Group Chief Executive, AirAsia Group, on May 10, 2017
•    Unigen Corporation Hall by Dr. Paul W. Heng, Founder, and CEO of Unigen Corporation, on September 25, 2017
•    World Economic Forum Hall by H.E. Philipp Rösler, Former Vice-Chancellor of Germany and Member of the Managing Board and Director of the Office of Regional Strategies, World Economic Forum, on April 26, 2016
•    The Techo Sen School of Government and International Relations was approved to use the abbreviated name of “Techo Sen” for Samdech Techo Hun Sen, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia, on July 31, 2014. It was officially approved to offer degree programs by the Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sport on December 31, 2014.
•    Tony Fernandes School of Business by Tan Sri Tony Fernandes, Group Chief Executive, AirAsia Group, on May 10, 2017