Khemarak University was initiated by a group of scholars in April 2004. Khemarak University follows the Rectangular Strategy of the Royal Government of the Kingdom of Cambodia in order to contribute to the development of the education sector with the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, and to achieve the Quality Improvement Program.
Human Resource Training in Cambodia is timely response to Cambodia's urgent and necessary needs to improve the people's lives and identify Cambodia's winning potential. In the era of modernization of the new millennium.
Khemarak University's Five-Year Strategic Plan (2013-2017) has been developed with a clear work mechanism system, with extensive consultations from stakeholders, especially with you University course curriculum specialization. Khemarak University strongly hopes that the Master Plan for 2013-2017 will set a roadmap for effective implementation to promote the academic and research fields. The University is moving forward, in order that the training and research be of equal quality and regional studies to benefit all Cambodians who decide to send their fate to Khemarak University.
Contributing to the development of the national economy, using the basic education sector to reduce poverty by improving the quality and efficiency of education in Cambodia by providing knowledge in science. Technical, economics, social policy, culture and knowledge in international relations to students. Strengthen human resources training for research, analytical and analytical analysis, where these skills can not be separated from the education sector. The aim of Khemarak University's education sector is to educate Angkor as a template to develop the Cambodian economy in a way that is consistent with one view. Suggests that "bridge Angkor trokhmer all generations." Encourage students who have the advanced skills to pursue higher or post-graduate studies in or out of the country by offering scholarships according to their ability. Obviously. Particularly, try to find partner universities overseas, collaborate on student exchange programs and researchers. Promote research to be of national or human interest.