- 1 Partners situated in Cambodia
- 2 Cambodia in a nutshell
- 3 Cambodia education policy
- 4 Cambodia education system
- 5 Higher education
- 6 Higher education reform
- 7 Administration and finance
- 8 Quality assurance
- 9 Cambodia's HEIs in the information society
- 10 Virtual Campuses in HE
- 11 Lessons learnt
- 12 References
Partners situated in Cambodia
Cambodia in a nutshell
(sourced from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cambodia)
Cambodia, in full the Kingdom of Cambodia - formerly known as Kampuchea, is a country in South East Asia.
Cambodia has a population of over 14 million people.
The kingdom's capital and largest city is Phnom Penh.
Cambodia is the successor state of the once powerful Hindu and Buddhist Khmer Empire, which ruled most of the Indochinese Peninsula between the 11th and 14th centuries.
A citizen of Cambodia is usually identified as "Cambodian" or "Khmer", though the latter strictly refers to ethnic Khmers. Most Cambodians are Theravada Buddhists of Khmer extraction, but the country also has a substantial number of predominantly Muslim Cham, as well as ethnic Chinese, Vietnamese and small animist hill tribes.
The geography of Cambodia is dominated by the Mekong River (colloquial Khmer: Tonle Thom or "the great river") and the Tonlé Sap ("the fresh water lake"), an important source of fish.
Cambodia education policy
Cambodia education system
Universities in Cambodia
There are over 10 public higher education institutions in Cambodia and even more private ones - see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_universities_in_Cambodia.
Polytechnics in Cambodia
Higher education reform
The Bologna Process
Administration and finance
Cambodia's HEIs in the information society
Towards the information society
Information society strategy
Virtual Campuses in HE
Interesting Virtual Campus Initiatives