Originally established in 1949, the university was first known as the National Institute of Law and Economics. After multiple relocations and changes of names, it officially became a public university in 2003 and got renamed to the Royal University of Law and Economics (RULE), located along Monivong Boulevard. RULE focuses majorly on law management and economics education.
To be the leading university in Cambodia and internationally renowned for high quality of education, innovation, research and publication.
In order to achieve the above vision, RULE has set the following mission statements:
RULE has a main goal and six sub goals in order to achieve the mission. As a main goal, RULE is willing to reach international standards in its main activities.
Sub goals: a. To develop an attractive and innovative teaching policy to be able to get the best students; b. To develop research and innovation; c. To ensure a good governance process that builds the university’s continued strength and educational excellence; d. To promote life-long learning and to develop professional and employment guidance; e. To promote and support the Cambodian way of life; f. To increase national and international cooperation.