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Royal University of Phnom Penh



Application Deadline: 05:00pm, 10 December, 2014

Entrance Exam Date: 13th December, 2014

The Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP), in cooperation with Ewha Womans University (EWU) in Korea, invites applications from students and professionals who are interested in social work sector for a two-year Master of Arts in Social Work (2014-2016).

Program Features
♦ The medium of instruction is English and partial blended-learning modules.
♦ Each subject contains relevance to the Cambodian context, analytical, writing, and research skills.
♦ The program adopts by Ewha professors and international academics and practitioners in the arena of Social Work.
♦ Course outline and teaching notes of each subject are jointly developed by RUPP and partner lecturers.
♦ The program also includes fieldwork and guest lecturers/seminars/workshops/conferences by relevant social work stakeholders and experts.

Who can apply
• Applicants must have bachelor’s degree in any field from an accredited institution and attach with transcript and revenant documents to social work.
• Pass the entrance exam on English and general knowledge in the field of Social Work.

Application forms and more details can be obtained from the following address and link:
- Royal University of Phnom Penh, Campus II, Office 119
- Website:
- Tel: (855) 099 505 458/016 364 981
- Email:

Program Info Session: Please come to learn more details about the program:
o Time: 10:00am-12:00pm
o Date: Saturday, 29th November & 6th December, 2014
o Location: RUPP Campus II, Classroom 002

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