• Academic Admission
  • Accommodation
  • Assessments
  • Scholarship and Fees
  • Student Support
  • International Cooperation
Students are required to have high school diploma or any equivalent certificate, to enroll in our training program of associate degree of nursing, midwifery or medical laboratory.
The Institute helps students find accommodation near the Institute. Students can rent a room for three to four people from $ 50 to $ 60 a month.
Modes of evaluation and assessment


The Institute is highly committed to the transparency and high quality of academic achievements. We have different modes of assessment including individual and group presentation or writing as part of their assignment or mid-term examination. Class attendance and participation is taken every learning session and tabulated for markings. The final examination is computer-based with the use of multiple choice questions. The markings are also computerized. Four modes of assessment are:
- 10% class attendance and participation
- 15% group assignment
- 15% mid-term examination
- 60% final examination
Please contact us for more information about school fees: (855)23 666 8 666, (855) 89 26 09 09
To facilitate the studies and the employability of students, the Institute provides academic and advisory services to students to help improve their studies and job interview preparation. Counselling Services are available from Monday to Saturday, 9 am to 12 pm.
International cooperation


In addition to co-operation with national hospitals, public health facilities, The University of Kampong Cham and health institutions in the Kingdom of Cambodia, the Institute has expanded its collaboration with international universities and hospitals to share up-to-date information, knowledge, experience and technology on nursing, midwifery, laboratory and medicine. Moreover, classroom-based learning, combined with practical work at the Institute, within communities and hospitals, exposes students to extra-curricular activities through participation in national and international workshops on various health topics such as World No Tobacco Day, World Midwives and Nurse Day, Infection Control, Tobacco Control and Alcohol Control. In 2012-2013, the Institute invited senior lecturers, midwives and nurses from the Auckland Hospital in New Zealand and Belmont University in the United States to share their knowledge and experience in nursing, midwifery and medical laboratory.




The Institute has a memorandum of co-operation with the following hospitals, where students can go to conduct their medical placement. These hospitals are:
- The National Center for Maternal and Child Health Care (Japanese Hospital)
- The Khmer-Soviet Friendship Hospital
- The National Children’s Hospital
- King Sihanouk Hospital Center for Hope
- Preah Ang Doung Hospital
- Preah Kossamak Hospital
- Central Hospital
- The National Blood Bank
- The National Laboratory
- Public health facilities in Phnom Penh and in the Provinces of Kampong Cham, Kampong Chhnang, Kampot, Battom Bong, Banteay Meanchay, Kampong Speu, Svay Rieng, Prey Veng, Kandal, Takeo and Siem Reap