A new campus from DMU Leicester opened in Cambodia

25th of Septamber, marked a monumental step for global education as the first-ever UK university campus, De Montfort University, Cambodia (DMUC), was officially launched at the Sofitel Phnom Penh Hotel!

DMU, with over 150 years of excellence in teaching, is bringing its internationally acclaimed educational experience right here to Cambodia. For the first time, students can earn a UK degree without leaving the country.

“This is a pivotal moment. Life-long learning is the foundation for many of our key advances. DMU Cambodia aims to be an enabler that drives positive change for students, giving them access to globally recognized UK education.” – Asif Iqbal, Executive Director, DMUC Dive into the full story to learn more about the DMU campus on Koh Pich, the range of degree programs, and the vision for the future of education in Cambodia.🔗 https://www.khmertimeskh.com/501366320/first-uk-campus-in-cambodia-launched/

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