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Scholarship Description


Scholarship Description

In order to participate in the long-term human resource development and poverty reduction in Cambodia, the Center has begun to offer scholarships for poor students to participate in the “Multi-Skills Program.” since 2005. The program is designed with a view to equip students for the local job market through courses and workshops that provide essential academic, technical and life skills. Now the scholarship program, Multi-Skills Program, has been upgraded to Associate Degree and the students are required to study whole day (morning and afternoon).

Career Prospectus

Graduates from this program will process a high competence in English language, computer skills and gain mastery over a variety of job-related skills and life skills to meet the general job requirements. Graduates are specifically trained for careers in English teaching and specialized IT fields including Network Administrator and Web Development.

Duration of Study

The full course of study for the Multi-Skills Program, Associate Degree, lasts approximately two years. Courses are offered whole day which means students are expected to study both morning and afternoon. Moreover, students are required to attend all classes as well as all the workshops and activities offered by the Center.

Number of Selections

The center recruits 100 students each year for the scholarship program. MSP11/Pro.6 which is of Associate Degree 2017 will start receiving the application from 03 July 2017.

  • Completed 12th grade of formal education (pass or fail).
  • Desire to further receive vocational training to support own living but cannot afford the school fees.
  • Be hardworking, patient and determined in study.
  • Be ready to observe the students’ regulations of the Center.
  • Be responsible for own accommodation, food, travel expenses, uniform and stationery etc.
  • Successful candidates must meet the basic requirements of English and computer proficiency by passing the entrance examinations (*) before an interview.
  • Home visits may be required.