Overview

The Royal University of Law and Economics (RULE) is a public higher education institution founded in 1949. RULE today has four faculties: law, economics and management, public administration and economics – informatics, which host 13 000 students.

The main objective of the training and research programs offered at RULE is to train students to meet Cambodia’s needs in terms of qualified human resources in order to contribute to the development of the country.

With the ambition to offer a quality education that meets international standards, RULE can count on its French cooperation department in law and economics and management. With strong partnerships with French and foreign universities, the French cooperation department offers double-degree training programs from bachelor’s to master’s degrees in several specialties of law, economics and management. Thus, the French cooperation department contributes a lot to welcoming, each year to RULE, around a hundred professors from foreign universities invited to give lectures and courses to students. In addition, the French cooperation department can also rely on more than 100 permanent foreign professors teaching on campus.

The French cooperation department is an essential component of RULE’s internationalization strategy, which is based on international university exchange agreements with a total of 45 universities and foreign research institutions. RULE is also one of the only two Cambodian higher education institutions that are members of the ASEAN Network of Universities (AUN).