The Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP) is Cambodia’s oldest and largest university, providing a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees with about 10,000 students and over 400 faculty members. Department of Media and Communication at RUPP was established in 2001 as the first academic training center for communication, journalism, and media in Cambodia.
The Department of Media and Communication (DMC) is to be regionally recognized as Cambodia’s premier academic institute for students seeking careers in the mass media, journalism, and communication professions.
We aim to:
Our faculty is made up of professors and media/communication experts from overseas and experienced Cambodian lecturers with PhD and Master’s degrees.
In order to broaden our students’ career horizons and help connect them to current media-related professionals, every Saturday morning the DMC arranges guest lecturers with relevant speakers from across the industry.
Besides the computer facilities in the library, the DMC houses a computer lab for computer skills training and audio and visual editing.
EDITING ROOM, RADIO & TV STUDIO
The DMC has its own fully equipped radio and TV studios for students to practice their skills and produce their own programs. To further the needs for technical process, we equipped the editing room with high capacity machines.
DMC library is open six days a week (except on public holidays). It houses over 2,000 books covering topics such as communication, media, journalism, political science, sociology, and other social sciences. It also offers a broad collection of newspapers and magazines, periodicals, research reports, and radio and TV productions The library further provides other facilities including printing and machines copying, and internet access (both cable and wireless).