International University, Cambodia

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(Sakalvityealay Antaracheat)
MottoExcellence in
Quality Education & Research
EstablishedSeptember 2002
PresidentH.E. Prof. UON Sabo
No. 35-41, Street 582,
Boeung Kak II, Khan Toulkok
, ,
Campus2 Urban
AffiliationsCHEA, ACC, AMEA, IIME, ECFMG, IMED, UN World Health Organization (WHO), ASAIHL, FAIMER, ASEF, SEAADE

International University (Khmer: សាកលវិទ្យាល័យអន្តរជាតិ, IU) is a private higher education institution specializing in medicine and medical science. Established in 2002, IU is recognized and nationally accredited by the Royal Government of Cambodia, the Royal Cambodian Ministry of Education, Youth & Sports and the Accreditation Committee of Cambodia (ACC). International University education standards are recognized by transnational medical institutions such as the Asia-Europe Foundation, ASAIHL, UN World Health Organization - including accreditation with the U.S.-based ECFMG, FAIMER and IMED enabling medical school graduates to take the three complete steps of the USMLE and on successful completion can register for physician residency and practice medicine in the United States. The medium of instruction used at IU are English and Khmer.


  • Medicine and Pediatrics
  • Nursing Sciences
  • Dentistry
  • Humanities and Languages
  • Science and Technology
  • Agriculture and Rural Development
  • School of Public Health
  • (Business and Economics)
  • (Social Sciences and Journalism)
  • (Law)


Approx. $3,000 a year starting the Fall Semester 2009 for Medical Students.

Academic Collaborations

IU main building

Accreditation & Recognition



See also


  • "Lecture Tours" (Press release). Asia-Europe Foundation. 2006-05-09. Archived from the original on 2006-10-07. Retrieved 2007-02-10.

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Coordinates: 11°34′33.98″N 104°53′49.15″E / 11.5761056°N 104.8969861°E / 11.5761056; 104.8969861