Fulbright awardees of 2016 cohort and Charge d'Affaires Julie Chung posed for picture during a pre-departure orientation session at the US Embassy in Phnom Penh.

Seven Cambodians have been chosen to take part in the Fulbright scholarship program in the U.S., where they will pursue a master’s degree. The young scholars – Sou Jolyda, Sopha Boramey, Kong Ratanakvotey, Huy Lyhour, Chuong Thort, Oung Ty Keithya and Heang Vanny – are preparing to take the leap into the unknown. Jolyda, a…

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Whenever we publish content about accreditation, we receive hundreds of comments asking: How do you know which schools are accredited? And what exactly does “accredited” mean? Accreditation means that a college, university or school meets basic standards to teach and educate. Those standards are agreed upon by multiple educators. They are updated at least once a decade. You…

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A recent study says that many students who attended for-profit colleges were worse off financially than they were before going to these schools. Students who attended for-profit private colleges in the United States to learn a trade made less money than before they enrolled. Also, the report by the National Bureau of Economic Research found there were lower…