To be a leading and innovative digital technology that empowers students with the knowledge, skills, and ethical foundation needed to excel in the digital era and contribute to Cambodia digital transformation.



Information Technology Department is committed to offering high-quality technical and vocational education in Information Technology, fostering a culture of innovation, critical thinking, and lifelong learning.


The National Technical Training Institute (NTTI) was officially founded in 1991. NTTI is a prestigious educational institution that specializes in providing technical training and vocational education to students. Established with the aim of producing skilled and competent professionals in various technical fields, NTTI offers a wide range of programs and courses that cater to different industries and sectors. Through a combination of theoretical and practical training, the institute equips students with the essential skills and knowledge needed to excel in their chosen field. NTTI's state-of-the-art facilities, experienced department members, and industry partnerships ensure that students receive quality education and hands-on experience relevant to today's competitive job market. Graduates from NTTI are highly sought after by employers, making the institute a preferred choice for those seeking technical education and training.


The IT department is responsible for managing and maintaining the institute's information technology infrastructure and services. This includes managing computer networks, hardware, and software systems used for educational and administrative purposes. The IT department also provides information technology training and technical support to students, departments, and NTTI staff members, ensuring smooth operation of digital resources and resolving any technical issues that may arise. Additionally, they may be involved in implementing new technologies to enhance the learning experience and efficiency of the institute's operations.




To be a leading and innovative digital technology that empowers students with the knowledge, skills, and ethical foundation needed to excel in the digital era and contribute to Cambodia digital transformation.


Information Technology Department is committed to offering high-quality technical and vocational education in Information Technology, fostering a culture of innovation, critical thinking, and lifelong learning. We strive to equip our students with industry-relevant skills, hands-on experience, and ethical values necessary to meet the evolving needs of the IT sector in Cambodia.


1. Education Excellence: Deliver a comprehensive IT curriculum that encompasses theoretical knowledge, practical skills, and industry best practices, ensuring our graduates are job-ready and capable of contributing effectively to the IT industry.

2. Industry Collaboration: Foster strong partnerships with local and international IT companies, organizations, and professionals to enhance the relevance of our programs, facilitate industry exposure, internships, and employment opportunities for our students.

3. Technological Advancement: Continuously update our facilities, resources, and teaching methodologies to stay abreast of emerging technologies and trends in the IT industry. Promote the integration of cutting-edge technologies into our curriculum to enhance the learning experience.

4. Ethical and Professional Development: Instill ethical values, professionalism, and a commitment to social responsibility among our students. Emphasize the importance of integrity, teamwork, and effective communication skills in their future IT careers.

5. Student Success and Support: Provide comprehensive academic and career guidance services to support students in their educational journey. Offer mentorship programs, student clubs, and extracurricular activities to foster personal growth, leadership skills, and a sense of community among students.


Head Depart

   Cambodia's IT landscape is undergoing significant transformation, driven by several key factors. Firstly, there is a strong push towards digitalization across sectors, facilitating streamlined processes and improved efficiency through the use of digital technologies. Mobile technology has played a pivotal role, with widespread mobile phone penetration driving the growth of mobile banking, e-commerce platforms, and digital services. Additionally, the adoption of e-learning and online education platforms has expanded access to quality education, especially in remote areas.
   The start-up ecosystem in Cambodia is thriving, with incubators, accelerators, and co-working spaces supporting local entrepreneurs and fostering innovation in sectors such as fintech, e-commerce, agritech, and health tech. Alongside this, fintech and digital payment solutions are gaining prominence, revolutionizing the way transactions are conducted and enhancing convenience and security.
    Moreover, emerging technologies like AI and ML are being embraced, enabling applications such as chatbots, data analytics, and decision-making processes. The Cambodian government is actively implementing e-government services, improving public service delivery and administrative efficiency. Lastly, with the rise of digitalization, cybersecurity measures are being strengthened to safeguard against cyber threats and protect data privacy.
   Overall, Cambodia's IT landscape is witnessing a rapid evolution, with digital transformation, mobile technology, e-learning, start-up innovation, fintech, AI, e-government services, and cybersecurity emerging as key trends. These developments are poised to shape Cambodia's future by driving economic growth, enhancing access to services, and fostering technological advancements across various sectors.

Best regards,

Head of IT Department



In the IT department, there are a total of 12 full-time instructors and staff members with a combination of master's and bachelor's degrees. There are 8 individuals with master's degrees and 4 individuals with bachelor's degrees. We also recruit other part-time instructors from private sectors or industries. The Information Technology Department consists of four offices, each with a specific focus:

1. Digital Education Office:
This office is responsible for implementing digital technology and resources in educational settings. They work to enhance learning experiences through the integration of technology in classrooms, developing online learning platforms, and providing support for digital tools and resources used by students and faculty.

2. Digital Technology Office:
This office is focused on the technical aspects of information technology. They are responsible for managing and maintaining the department's network infrastructure, systems, and hardware. They also provide technical support to other departments within the organization and ensure the smooth operation of digital services and technologies.

3. Digital Research and Innovation Office:
This office is dedicated to conducting research and promoting innovation in the field of information technology. They collaborate with other departments and external partners to identify and explore emerging technologies and trends. They also develop strategies and plans for implementing new technologies to enhance the organization's digital capabilities.

4. Digital Design and Media Office:
This office is responsible for creating and developing digital content, including websites, graphics, multimedia, and other digital assets. They work closely with other departments to design and develop digital products that align with the organization's branding and communication goals. They also provide support and guidance on digital design best practices to ensure a consistent and visually appealing digital presence.

Master Plan for Bachelor Degree 4.5 Year (149 Credits)
Bachelor of Technology in Information Technology

Subject Y 1 Y 2 Y 3 Y 4 Y 5
S 1 S 2 S 1 S 2 S 1 S 2 S 1 S 2 S 1
1 Soft Skill
2 Social Science
3 Microsoft Office
4 Beginner Web Programming
5 Mathematics For Computing
6 Structured Programming (C Programming)
7 PC Troubleshooting and Maintenances
8 English For Computing
9 Computer Design and Publishing
10 Object Oriented Programming
11 Microsoft SQL Server
12 Dynamic Web Programming
13 Computer Networking
14 Interactive Multimedia Design
15 Data Structure and Algorithm
16 Mikrotik & Unifi
17 Python Programming
18 Software Project Development
19 Native Mobile Application
20 System Server Administration (Win & Lin)
21 System Analysis and Design
22 Web Application Development
23 Cisco Routing and Switching
24 Cyber and Network Security
25 Mobile Application Framework
26 IT Project Management
27 Research Methodology
28 Introduction To Virtual Reality (VR)
29 UI/UX Design
30 Arduino Bootcamp
31 Tech Entrepreneurship
32 M2M Communication System
33 Thesis

Master Plan for Higher Diploma Degree 2.5 Year (80 Credits)
Higher Diploma of Technology in Information Technology

Subject Y 1 Y 2 Y 3
S 1 S 2 S 1 S 2 S 1
1 Social and Morality
2 Computer Ethics
3 Microsoft Office
4 Beginner Web Programming
5 Mathematics For Computing
6 PC Troubleshooting and Maintenances
7 English Education
8 Computer Design and Publishing
9 Software Project Development
10 Dynamic Web Programming
11 Computer Networking
12 Interactive Multimedia Design
13 Data Structure and Algorithm
14 Mikrotik & Unifi
15 Internship & Exam


These labs provide practical hands-on experience in core areas of IT, enabling students to develop skills, gain industry-relevant knowledge, and apply theoretical concepts to real-world scenarios. The specific labs offered may vary depending on the institution and program.
   1. Programming Lab: Focuses on coding and programming languages, allowing students to practice software development and problem-solving skills.
   2. Networking Lab: Provides hands-on experience in configuring, managing, and troubleshooting computer networks, including routers, switches, and protocols.
   3. Cybersecurity Lab: Involves practical exercises in identifying vulnerabilities, implementing security measures, and conducting ethical hacking to protect systems from cyber threats.
   4. Database Lab: Offers opportunities to design, develop, and manage databases, including creating tables, querying data, and optimizing database performance.
   5. Web Development Lab: Focuses on building websites and web applications using front-end and back-end technologies, including HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and frameworks like React or Django.
   6. Data Science Lab: Involves working with real-world datasets, performing data analysis, applying statistical models, and utilizing tools like Python, R, or data visualization platforms.
   7. Cloud Computing Lab: Provides hands-on experience with cloud platforms like Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Microsoft Azure, including deploying applications, managing virtual machines, and configuring cloud services.
   8. Artificial Intelligence (AI) Lab: Explores AI concepts such as machine learning, natural language processing, and computer vision, using frameworks like TensorFlow or PyTorch.
   9. Software Testing Lab: Focuses on testing software applications, including test planning, test case development, and the use of automated testing tools to ensure software quality.
   10. IT Project Management Lab: Simulates real-world project scenarios, allowing students to practice project planning, resource management, and the use of project management software.


An IT thesis is a comprehensive research project that serves as the culmination of an Information Technology (IT) student's academic journey. It allows students to delve into a specific IT topic of interest, demonstrate their expertise, and contribute new knowledge or insights to the field. An IT thesis is an opportunity for students to demonstrate their research and analytical skills, critical thinking, and ability to contribute to the advancement of knowledge in the IT field. It requires careful planning, rigorous research, and effective communication of findings.
    1. Research Topic Selection: Students select a research topic within the field of IT based on their interests, industry trends, and academic guidance. The topic should be well-defined, relevant, and aligned with the objectives of the program.
    2. Literature Review: The thesis begins with a literature review, where students explore existing research, scholarly articles, and publications related to their chosen topic. This review provides the foundation for understanding the current state of knowledge and identifying gaps or areas for further investigation.
    3. Research Methodology: Students determine the appropriate research methodology for their thesis, which could include quantitative, qualitative, or mixed-method approaches. They select data collection methods, such as surveys, interviews, experiments, or data analysis, depending on the nature of their research.
    4. Data Collection and Analysis: Students collect and analyze data to support their research objectives. This may involve conducting surveys, interviews, experiments, or analyzing existing datasets. They apply statistical or qualitative analysis techniques to draw conclusions and derive meaningful insights from the data.
    5. Results and Findings: The thesis presents the results of the research, including statistical analysis, qualitative findings, or other relevant outcomes. Students interpret the results and discuss their implications in relation to the research objectives and the existing body of knowledge.
    6. Discussion and Conclusion: Students discuss their findings, relate them to the research questions and objectives, and highlight their significance within the context of the broader IT field. They may also address limitations, suggest areas for future research, and draw conclusions based on their findings.
    7. Recommendations and Practical Implications: Depending on the nature of the thesis, students may provide recommendations for practitioners or stakeholders in the IT industry. They discuss the practical implications of their research and how it can contribute to solving real-world problems or improving IT practices.
    8. Thesis Defense: In many academic settings, students are required to defend their thesis orally in front of a thesis committee. During the defense, they present their research, respond to questions, and engage in a scholarly discussion about their work.



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