Students enter Svay Rieng University at various levels of ability, but the university’s standardised curriculum adapts to the needs of all students, while boosting them to achieve on education placement exams and in their lives as a whole. Graduates should expect to complete their studies at Svay Rieng University with a high level of English and other foreign language ability. Additionally, the curriculum involves international and cultural programming in order to prepare students to work effectively in varied workplaces with individuals of diverse backgrounds. Svay Rieng University developed an Arts, Humanities and Languages curriculum to promote the following abilities:
- Recognise, comprehend and summarise information in a logical manner.
- Improve the four macro skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking.
- Enrich language capacity so students are confident to use language in real life situations.
- Collaborate effectively with stakeholders to deliver the expected outcomes.
- Utilise communication in an appropriate way that matches the situation.
- Integrate cultural concepts in order to communicate with people from different cultures, and adapt to the needs of individuals from varied backgrounds.
Beyond the subject-specific curriculum, students are exposed to critical thinking skills and are encouraged to hone soft skills that will help them thrive in the workplace, family and society as a whole. By the end of their degree program, graduates should be able to:
- Behave in an ethical and professional manner when carrying out their responsibilities.
- Voluntarily undertake community services.
- Take a leadership role in a situation when necessary, and understand when to cooperate in other scenarios.
- Demonstrate creativity in their approach to a task or challenge.
- Apply information technology to research, learning and everyday life.
- Analyse learned information in order to compare and contrast with their own experiences.
- Use critical thinking tools and procedures to help solve problems, make decisions and form opinions.