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In Brief: Education ministry announces grants

In Brief: Education ministry announces grants

The

Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport plans to  provide more than

3,000 scholarships for students to attend 13 universities in the

2009-10 academic year. The universities include the Royal University of

Phnom Penh and the National University of Management. The ministry said

at least 10 percent of priority scholarships would go to students in

remote rural areas and 15 percent would go to poor students.

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