Frequently Asked Questions


Many reasons students choose to study in GIC:
• Lecturers, both Khmer and foreigner, are full of capability and experience
• The department has high connection with public and private partners as well as local and international companies to provide convenient process for our students to find internship positions and to get job after graduation.
• Our laboratories have modern computers and servers for our students to do real practice.
• The department has many international partner universities to provide training and do research for our students.
• Many scholarships positions are available for the students.
• The department has laboratories, e-Learnings Center, library and many other equipment for the students to learn and research.
Most of the students get the jobs immediately after graduation. Others start their own companies.
Yes, we do. Some lecturers provide free training courses. Beside, we have four student clubs, including software, web, mobile and network that seniors provide training to junior.
Yes, of course. We always reserve laboratory F306 for the students to use and access high speed internet.
We do have them. Our department in cooperates with many private partners to provide many competitions and challenges to our students to join, likewise, Technovation, SmartStart, etc.
After graduation, students are able to become web developers, mobile developers, network administration, database designer or system analysis and design.
For the answer of this question, please refer to the answer of the question "What are the expected skills after graduation?"
We use English and French for course instruction. Many courses are English.
The most important part is language since it is critically important for doing research. We also suggest new students to join our students clubs to get free training in advanced, and to access to students materials for self-learning.


Students are required to do internship for two times. The first internship is after finishing year 4, and the second one is during the semester 2 of year 5.
Before the internship period, there is an internship orientation organized by the department for presenting about the instruction and guideline of the internship.
For I4 internship, the period is at least 2 months (preferably 2 months and a half) during August-October. For I5 internship, it is at least 3 months during the whole second semester.
Before internship, students select the field that they want to do internship then looking for the suitable company. Normally, the department provides a list of company that our former students used to do internship. Students can apply for the provided company or look for a new one. Each student is under supervision of a lecturer, called advisor, at the department. During the internship, students are required to meet their advisors at school to validate scope of project, report progress, and slide presentation. The follow-up timeline for each meeting is given by the department, to which the students must follow.
Each presentation of the I4 and I5 internships is 25mn. The time for presentation, demonstration, and Q&A session are 10mn, 5mn, and 10mn, respectively.
Students must contact department within a deadline. Department will then assign students to do internship at school. However, we encourage students to do an internship at a company as they can learn more and adapt to real working environment. Most importantly, students can learn to work in a team and improve communication skills.


You can find it on the website of scholarship programs. The department will share the scholarship announcement that we are aware of with student on this website, Facebook group, and students’ mailing list. You can also contact the alumni who has gotten scholarships before.
Yes, there are always exchange programs and scholarships given to the students continuously every year. Each scholarship may have different requirements; however, the department usually facilitate the procedure to apply and provide all necessary documents as students need. Many scholarships from both English- and French-speaking countries are given to the students with the average of ten places for Engineering’sDegree and other ten for Master’s Degree. Generally the criteria are based on: • Academic performance • Language proficiency • Motivation • Recommendation from home institute • Social work volunteer experience.
Students can pursue their degrees in some countries of ASIA (Thailand, China, Vietnam, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, India, Korea) and Europe (France, Belgium, Canada, Russia) countries.