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Institute of Technology of Cambodia

 

 

 

Institute of Technology of Cambodia (ITC) is a Cambodian Higher Education Institution which was founded in 1964 and supported by cooperation between the Cambodia and the former Soviet Union. More than 4000 executive members have been graduated from ITC. They are currently working intensely on the economic and social infrastructure development of Cambodia.

 

In the current context of globalization and fast transformations of new technologies ITC’s main concerns are to play an efficient role in the Cambodian society and to be at the cutting edge of development to improve our educational system.

Our goal is to provide students with a high quality education in the fields of engineering sciences and technologies. Students are provided with technical know-how and skills of analysis which allow integration and evolution in the labour market. To achieve this, the academic and international scientific research requires development.

Besides our academic activities, ITC contributes to maintain sustainable development and decrease the inequalities within our society through its internal functioning and opening-up to foreign countries and the way their students get admitted.

The current development of ITC owes a lot to the support of the national community and the great efforts made by staffs and students from generation to generation.

In 1993, Cambodian and French governments agreed to renovate ITC with a view to improve performance of the administration and financial services along with the educational system of the institution and the human resources.

Nowadays, ITC is at the crossroads in South Eastern Asia region where several partners meet:

-          French Cooperation,

-          Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF),

-          La communauté Française de Belgique (CUD),

-          AUN/SEED-net,

-          GMSARN

-          School of Internet network ect…

ITC enjoys numerous cooperative agreements with European, Regional, and local Universities.

These agreements help improve the quality of the educational program, create new degrees, enable collaboration in new research projects and mobility of teachers and students.

ITC also enjoys privileged relations with a great number of Cambodian companies and multinationals which have branches throughout Cambodia.

Beyond regular exchanges, ITC has developed a Continuing Education programs and a large laboratory services proposal.

Studying at ITC:

ITC trains technicians  and  engineers for contribution to the development of Cambodia.

Engineers follow a 5-year training program selection of students is based on the results of a written examination. An international entrance examination has been designed for South- Eastern Asian French-speaking applicants in order to be admitted into engineering studies.

A 3-year training program must be completed to obtain the degree of High Level Technician.

The selection process is by written application and based on school records. Students with the highest score achievement will be selected to continue for the engineering programs.

Postgraduate courses are being implemented in the following departments:

• Food Technogies and Chemical Engineering (GCA),

• Civil Engineering (GCI), and

• Electrical and Energetic Engineering (GEE).

 

Several training fields are developed by ITC’s departments:

 

Food Technology and Chemical Engineering (GCA)

Civil Engineering (GCI)

Electrical and Energy Engineering (GEE)

Information and Communication Engineering (GIC)

Industrial and Mechanical Engineering (GIM)

Rural Engineering (GRU)

 

http://www.itc.edu.kh/webitc/?lang=en