National University of Management (NUM)

Overview


National University of Management (N.U.M.) is a business school in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, located near Phnom Penh Railway Station. It provides educational training to all people in the areas of Management, Economics, Commerce, IT, Business Law, Tourism, and Foreign languages accompanied by research and development in response to the needs of job market today.

Mission

The mission of N.U.M. is to serve the country through educational training by providing graduates with academic excellence, wisdom, morality, and good responsibility in the society. With the vision above, NUM is trying its best to:

.Train students with their day-to-day work for their job satisfaction.
.Illustrate the reality of conflicts and resolutions in terms of managers entrepreneurs.
.Provide opportunities for all levels of people to improve their knowledge and ability through part-time training.

History

The National University of Management (NUM) was founded in 1983 as the Economics Science Institute (ESI), and until 1991 received assistance from the National Economics University in Hanoi, Vietnam. During this period, students were enrolled in a five-year undergraduate program with the Vietnamese language serving as the main language of instruction. The curriculum, set by the visiting faculty from Hanoi, included major fields in Finance, Commerce, Agriculture, Industry, and Socialist Planning.

With the opening up of Cambodia to the international community during the early 1990s. The ESI was renamed the Faculty of Business (FOB). Initial support for the FOB was provided by the Asia Foundation and later through a three years USAID grant (1994 to 1997) by the Georgetown University and the University of Sanfrancisco.

This support provided teacher training, institutional development, and encouraged transformation of the curriculum along the lines of an international or American style business school. Marketing and Accounting majors were introduced during this period, and the length of the undergraduate program was reduced from five to four years of study. Commercial law course were also added to the curriculum by the University of San Francisco Law school.

This support provided teacher training, institutional development, and encouraged transformation of the curriculum along the lines of an international or American style business school. Marketing and Accounting majors were introduced during this period, and the length of the undergraduate program was reduced from five to four years of study. Commercial law course were also added to the curriculum by the University of San Francisco Law school.

In 2004, the FOB was transformed into the National University of Management (NIM) and program offerings were expanded to include the fields of Tourism and Hospitality Management, Finance & Banking and MIS. NUM also opened the first MBA program in Cambodia in cooperation with the University Utara Malaysia (UUM), which is s State sponsored university located in Northern Malaysia. NUM also maintains a five year faculty exchange and research program with the University of Antwerp. Belgium and has just recently opened a Center for Entrepreneurship and Development in partnership with Fisk University (Nashville,U.S) and Tennessee State University, sponsored by UNCF/USAID.

Currently, more than 10,000 students attend courses at NUM's main campus in Phnom Penh. NUM also operates a full Bachelor of Business Administration degree program in Battambang with more than 700 students attending courses at NUM 's provincial campus.

Admissions

For Bachelor Degree
  • Students must have a passed-grade 12 certificate or equivalence.
For Master Degree
  • Students must have a bachelor degree.
For Doctoral Degree
  • Students must have a master degree
Academic Programs

Certificate Courses
+ Business Administration-Marketing + Accounting and Finance
+ Economics + Finance and Banking
+ Information Technology + Foreign Language (Korea, Japan)

Bachelor Degree (4-Year) (159 Credits, 3 Credits/48 hours, 1 Credit/16 hours)
+ Management + Eco-Business
+ Marketing + Law
+ Accounting and Finance + Faculty of Information Technology
+ Finance and Banking - Information Technology (IT)
+ Tourism and Hospitality - Business Information Technology (BIT)
+ English Literature

 Master Degree (2-Year) (19 Subjects/69 Credits, 3 Credits/Subject, 1 Credit/16 hours)
+ Business Administration + Information Technology (IT)
+ Accounting and Finance + Tourism and Hospitality
+ Economics

Doctoral Degree (3-Year) (60 Credits, 12 Subjects/42 Credits, Writing Thesis  = 18 Credits)
+ Business Administration
+ Tourism and Hospitality
+ Economics

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