Graduation Ceremony: New Zealand Scholarships Awardees Complete English Language Training
13 Dec 2018
Graduation Ceremony: New Zealand Scholarships Awardees Complete English Language TrainingBy Panhchaneath Sokheng, New Zealand Scholarships 2018On behalf of the New Zealand Scholarships awardees, congratulations to the 14 awardees on completing the three-month New Zealand in-country English Language Training course at the Australian Centre for Education (ACE).On 7 December, a Graduation Ceremony was held with the ACE Principal, the coordinators, the teacher and the awardees. We gathered together to celebrate our successful completion of the course. The certificates presented by the ACE Principal, Ashley Irving, are recognised by MFAT, Accent Learning and Read more..
Advice from Fulbright Alumni
11 May 2018
Advice from Fulbright Alumni By Boramey Sopha and Maneth Nay, Fulbright AlumniWe had two Fulbright Alumni present on their journey from applying for the Fulbright to finishing up their time in the US. Below we asked the alumni a couple questions on the application process and their experience studying and living in the U.S. Boramey Sopha, Fulbright Scholar M.Ed in Cultural and Educational Policy Loyola University Chicago, Illinois, US What are your Fulbright application tips?The most important thing you need to figure out before moving forward is determining your field of interest. Once you have done Read more..
Joy of Reading Project
11 May 2018
The Joy of Reading Project Donates 1,000+ BooksBy Mr Leang Techlong, Australian Alumni Association of Cambodia (AAA-C)About the ProgramThe Joy of Reading (JoR) is an initiative that was established in July 2012. JoR aims to bring together graduates from Cambodia and around the world (including from Australia, New Zealand, the US, the UK, Canada, Japan, Singapore and Korea) who are passionate about the future of Cambodian children with the specific aim of making books and appropriate reading materials available to children in need. A representative from JoR speaks to the studentsIn addition, to Read more..
NZAS Alumni Advice
11 May 2018
A Journey from a Small Primary School to the Best University in New ZealandBy Mr Hong Bunseng I was born in Siem Reap province in a medium family. After finishing grade 12 in 2007, I decided to move to Phnom Penh to pursue my education at a university. With a firm commitment, I graduated with a bachelor degree from Royal University of Law and Economics (RULE) in 2011 and the Institute of Foreign Languages (IFL) in 2012.Soon after graduation, I passed an entrance exam to work as the government official at the Read more..
Entering New Worlds through Reading
11 May 2018
Entering New Worlds through ReadingBy Bou Bunty, ACE Alumni My ACE journey was quite an adventure both academically and personally. One of the things I am grateful for is how my reading life began when I was an ACE student, even though how it started was quite unpleasant. Let’s go down the memory lane a little bit, shall we? Back to the year 2014, R/W/G and L/P classes were still a thing for GEP students, a huge thing; people who failed either one of the skills when they are in even levels Read more..