Dewey International University is an exciting new venture in Cambodian higher education. It is the first and only university devoted to “Learning by Doing”, the first and only university based on community service learning, and the first and only university with a solid emphasis on research. This student-centered learning will emphasize critical thinking and problem solving, rather than just memorizing facts out of a book. Students and teachers will work side-by-side on research and on consultancy projects. I am sure that our students will share our sense of excitement in implementing our unique programs, as we share our programs with business, technology, and other organizations. An important consequence of “Learning by Doing” is that Dewey graduates will find jobs, because they have hands-on experience of doing the job. With the job market in mind, DIU’s Employment-oriented Diploma programs offer one-year courses in market-oriented subjects like Accounting, Marketing and Finance. DIU is also offering many scholarships to attract students who might not otherwise be able to pay for their higher education. DIU’s Foreign Language Institute and International Bachelor’s Degree program will allow students to study in other countries, using student exchange programs established by our international faculty with its wide range of contacts with universities around the world. I am confident, therefore, that students from all social and economic backgrounds will want to join with DIU in forming what the famous educator John Dewey called a “Learning Community”.
On February 10th, 2019, Dewey International University conducted a workshop on the new intake for Master degree program, which is on February 23rd, 2019. Our honorable guest speakers are Dr. […]
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