Royal University of Law and Economics

Royal University of Law and Economics

Phnom Penh
Number of students
1000€ - 1000€
Semester Tuition Fees
Ø monthly cost of living
Scholarships available
October 30, April 01
Application Deadline
20 / 1
Student - staff ratio
Nations represented

Offered Programs

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Royal University of Law and Economics in Rankings

  • Ranked 2701st in the World. (Mainland campus considered)

Cost of living at Royal University of Law and Economics

130 - 280 Euro / month
50 Euro / month
Cost of living
70 Euro / month
Free, the University offers shuttles

About Royal University of Law and Economics

The Royal University of Law and Economics (RULE) is the oldest higher educational institution in Cambodia having been founded in 1948 as the National Institute of Law , Politics and Economics .In 1957 it became the faculty by Royal Decree and later on transforming into a university in 2003.

Faculties are as follows:

Faculty of Law
Faculty of Public Administration
Faculty of Economics and Management

Why Study at Royal University of Law and Economics

International study environment

International study environment

Competent Stuff

Competent Stuff

Modern Infrastructure

Modern Infrastructure

Affordable Education

Affordable Education

Accommodation Royal University of Law and Economics

On Campus Accomodation at Royal University of Law and Economics
Off Campus Accomodation at Royal University of Law and Economics

Food at Royal University of Law and Economics

The Khmer cuisine offers food that revolves around its main ingredient: rice. Most meals come with a bowl of rice and partner ingredients such as fried meat, soup, or curry.

Every meal has its aroma — from sweet, sour, salty, to bitter — and will satisfy any cravings and appetite.

Noodles are very popular and street stalls are organized especially in the evenings. Vairagya is one of the most varied, noodle rice noodles, introduced by the locals and is still a staple food today.

Like the old French Frenchasar, the country also has French cuisine enjoyed by locals and tourists alike. This includes bread crumbs, a type of bread that is usually enjoyed at breakfast, with a mixture of meat paste called pâté, tinned sardines, or egg.

About Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh City

The capital and largest city in Cambodia, Phnom Penh is adjacent to the banks of Tonlé Sap and the Mekong River. The city has been a capital since the French occupation of Cambodia and has become the country's economic and industrial center, as well as a political and cultural center.

Angkor Wat is considered to be one of Cambodia's largest tourist attractions and one of the oldest Buddhist temple buildings in Asia. It is the largest religious monument in the world. The high classical style of Khmer architecture is a good example. Its famous temple buildings have acquired cult status and a national symbol of Cambodia.

Cycling and bicycle riding cannot be any closer to the heart of Cambodia and Cambodians and is a popular tradition amongst the locals. This is the ideal way to discover Cambodia and see its culture with your own eyes.

Cambodia has a famous tradition throughout Southeast Asia, providing its unique massage tradition for health and relaxation. Most major cities in Cambodia can find massage shops and spa salons that welcome tourists.  A true Cambodian experience can only be completed by attending at least one traditional Khmer event. Often referred to as the ‘Apsara Dance’ after the famous dance dances, there are many other traditional Khmer dances to witness and enjoy.

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