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In spite the fact that Cambodian government has no policy and budget for sending students abroad, Cambodian human resource is getting better due to the increasing number of Cambodian students studying abroad. A Cambodian student, Nousovath Chanvatey, won a scholarship to complete her law degree at George Washington University. She talks to VOA Khmer's Im Sothearith about her scholarship, her experience studying in the US, and about her future goal. The Voice of America Khmer Service (VOA Khmer) broadcasts comprehensive news and feature multimedia programs about Cambodia, Southeast Asia, America and the world. Everyday, our radio programs provide the latest news. We also deliver in-depth reporting and analysis in international politics, human rights, economics, science, health, business an...
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Understanding IELTS in Cambodia, of course, can be a difficulty for students to take the test if without having preparation. This video can be an assistance to those who are planning to take have IELTS test in Cambodia and preparing it for scholarships. Visit our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/ahladangkh/
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សួស្ដីអ្នកទាំងអស់គ្នា! តើនរណាខ្លះចង់បន្តការសិក្សានៅបរទេស? តើនរណាខ្លះចង់ទៅសិក្សានៅប្រទេសជប៉ុនផ្នែកមធ្យមសិក្សាបច្ចេកទេស? តើអ្នកធ្លាប់ចង់ដឹងដែរឬទេថា តើគួរធ្វើអ្វីខ្លះ សម្រាប់ការត្រៀមខ្លួនក្នុងការប្រឡង និងទទួលបានអាហារូបករណ៍ដោយជោគជ័យ? ថ្ងៃនេះ The Next-Step Physics បាននាំមកនូវវីដេអូខ្លីមួយស្ដីពីបទពិសោធន៍ និងវិធីសាស្រ្តពីនិស្សិតអាហារូបករណ៍ MEXT ជំនាន់មុន ថាតើពួកគាត់មានវិធីសាស្រ្តបែបណា សម្រាប់ការត្រៀមខ្លូនមុនពេលប្រឡង កំឡុងពេលប្រឡង និងក្រោយពេលប្រឡង? តោះ! ចាំដល់ណាទៀត ទៅទស្សនាទាំងអស់គ្នា!
http://www.worldbank.org/education - This year, 56,000 secondary students in Cambodia received scholarships to help pay for textbooks, uniforms and school materials. Fourteen-year-old Vannoy is one of them, and it's made all the difference. Watch her story.
TBS group and HF Scholarship was officially launched in March 9 for Cambodia and Myanmar citizens. To spread the words, bring the opportunities to more talented citizens in Cambodia, Myanmar and Vietnam, Hinrich Foundation held 3 information sessions – 1 in Cambodia, 1 in Myanmar and 1 in Vietnam. This report is about the Cambodia scholarship promotion, and the information session on May 6 – which is a huge success with the participation of about 70 people, and several newspapers, TVs, and honorable guests. The workshop started with the opening remarks by Alexander Boome, Program Director of Hinrich Foundation. Demand is growing for people with the education, mindset and passion to be leaders in the manufacturing sector in the region.” said Alex Boome, Program Director of the Hinrich F...
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More than 35,000 poor students in Cambodia receive scholarship funding from the Education Sector Support Project, supported by the World Bank. Under the program, students, especially poor girls and ethnic minority children, receive scholarships ranging from US$45 to US$60 per year to support their studies. Read more at http://go.worldbank.org/PC9AW4MG80
For more information about studying internationally at JCU please visit https://www.jcu.edu.au/international-students Lina is studying in Cairns on an AusAID scholarship. If you are from Cambodia and are thinking of applying for an Australian scholarship, you may find her story helpful.
After receiving a scholarship and graduating from university, Thoeun Siha was inspired to start his own business. Like him, almost 1,000 poor students in Cambodia have benefited from scholarships that have helped change their lives for the better.
A student of UC wins scholarship to study at Cambridge University in UK