AAA-C has over 700 members (past and present) from diverse professional backgrounds, including government officials, business people, academics, researchers and individuals working within NGO sector joining this large network of professionals.
- To foster networks among Cambodians who have studied in Australia
- To be connected with opportunities related to business, professional partnership, and employment
- To benefit individually and collectively from the experience gained in Australia
- To keep on developing achieve your full professional potential after returning from Australia via various activities and professional development workshops led by the AAA-C
Simple Steps to Become a Member of the AAA-C:
- Step1: Complete the online registration form in the link below.
- Step2: Make a payment for the membership fee of 10USD. The payment can be made at:
- From any wing outlet to phone number: 089 321856 (in this case, please send the secret code to 089 321856 or to firstname.lastname@example.org)
AAA-C’s Secretariat Office: Building A, Room 322, Phnom Penh Centre, Tonle Bassac, Chamkarmon, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
The membership fee is 10USD per year.
- The annual membership fee is based on a calendar year (from January to December).
- However, if a membership payment is made after the Annual General Meeting (AGM) and before 31 December, it is deemed to be the membership fee for the current and following calendar year. Membership becomes active upon submission of a membership form and payment of fee of each year.
Membership Categories (based on the revised charter):
General Member: Cambodians who either have a minimum of one year’s study in Australia achieving a post-secondary qualification from a recognized Australian institution or receive a formal award qualification (i.e. Graduate Certificate, Diploma, Bachelors, Masters or PhD) after studying in Australia with a recognized Australian higher education body.
Associate Member: Cambodians who have completed or are pursuing degrees through transnational education programs from an Australian institution including its campuses outside Australia, pre-departure students and students currently in Australia. Cambodians or other nationals who are interested and supportive to the AAA-C through financial, professional, voluntary and advisory supports.
Honorary Member: Cambodians or other nationals who are prominent in Cambodian society and have developed and maintained a high level of interest and support to the AAA-C, and whom the Board wishes to recognize. Such Honorary Members are approved by the Board from time to time. Honorary Members are not required to pay the annual membership fee.