Administration Department

Administration Department provides the administrative support needed for the Mengly J. Quach Education to fulfill its core mission. It also provides a broad range of administrative services to faculty, staff, students and other stakeholders of the Mengly J. Quach Education. The department is committed to delivering all of its services with efficiency and nimbleness.

It consists of offices/departments as follows:

1. Administrative Office

Administrative Office provides centralized administrative services and supports the learning experience of our faculty, staff, and students.

1.1. Admission Office

Admission Office provides services as admission and enrollment. The responsibility of the office is to disseminate information to prospective students about the school and admission process.

Transcript Certification

  • Official Academic Record
  • Verification of Student Character Traits
  • Absence Verification
  • Class Schedule
  • Exam Schedule
  • Student attendance list
  • Issue Certificate and other services as needed.
1.2. Office of the Registrar

Office of the Registrar provides services to staff, students, and alumni related to the classroom, final exam schedule, student attendance, grading, transcripts, and letter of recommendation, certificates, diplomas, student’s ID card, official letters, memos & announcement, and more.

** Operating Hours
Monday to Friday / 07:30 am – 06:00 pm
Saturday / 07:30 am – 05:30 pm

** Telephone
(855) 17 789 721 |(855) 99 717 677 Mao Tse Tong Campus (Head Office )
(855) 77 235 550 | (855) 93 235 550 Toul Kork Campus
(855) 92 666 845 Chak Angre Campus
(855) 12 905 997 Choam Chao Campus
(855) 12 478 160 Phsar Thmey Campus
(855) 12 620 180 Chroy Chongva Campus
** E-mail

2. Archive Center

Archive Center is a repository of historical documents of the Mengly J. Quach Education that have long-term historical value such as administrative records, manuscripts, photographs, memos, announcement, invitations and more, and is responsible for collecting, managing, preserving and making those records accessible.

3. Information Office

Information Office is the admission of students who wish to begin their studies at the Mengly J. Quach Education (Aii Language Center and American Intercon School).

We are proud on offering individual attention to students and their parents. We have a team of professionals available year-round to answer your questions and provide further guidance, should you need it.

** Operating Hours

Monday to Friday

07:30 am – 12:00 pm
01:00 pm – 06:00 pm


07:30 am – 12:00 pm
01:00 pm – 05:30 pm

** លេខទូរសព្ទ
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(855) 23 223 295 | (855) 23 221 222|(855) 11 388 868 |(855) 93 217 217 Mao Tse Tong Campus (Head Office)
(855) 23 959 666 | (855) 77 217 700 Toul Kork Campus
(855) 23 960 333 | (855) 92 666 706 Chak Angre Campus
(855) 23 914 888 | (855) 12 745 873 Choam Chao Campus
(855) 23 999 036 | (855) 11 571 899 Phsar Thmey Campus
(855) 23 977 277 | (855) 99 719 775 Chroy Chongva Campus
** E-mail
** Website
** Facebook

4. MJQE Warehouse

MJQE Warehouse provides a strong support to all departments in whole MJQE to keep all the company’s secondhand materials that moving from other departments to protected any loses and damages to keep it for all departments needed to use.

5. Mengly J. Quach Library

The Mengly J. Quach Library is the resource center of variety of books, magazines, newspapers and other reference materials, where students, teachers and staff of Aii Language Center and American Intercon School can read and do their research. It is a place of comfort for book lovers and learners.

The Mengly J. Quach Library announces great news as we open our doors to the public so that we can promote reading habits to younger generations as well as to encourage them to love reading, to do more research and to broaden their knowledge through reading.

In order to be a Mengly J. Quach Library member, visit us at any Mengly J. Quach Library and fill out the membership form. Once becoming a member, you can have unlimited access to reading as well as to borrow books and reference materials from the Mengly J. Quach Library.

Operating Hours

American Intercon School (AIS)
Monday to Saturday
7:15 am – 11:00 am
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Aii Language Center (Aii)
Monday – Friday Saturday
7:45 am – 11:00 am 8:15 am – 11:00 am
1:45 pm – 6:30 pm


The Mengly J. Quach Library is a place to promote lifelong learnng. We are committed to provide comprehensive resources for our students as well as the public for their learning, teaching and research. As one of the leading educational providers in Cambodia and to riase the awarness of the importance of daily reading, currently the Mengly J. Quach Library provides 10 different locations among the six campuses of Aii Language Center and American Intercon School.

You are welcome to visit any one of the following libraries:

  1. Mao Tse Tong Campus (Main Office)
  • Ngin Huy Building, 3rd Floor
  • Lim Kim Noy Tower, 3rd Floor
  • Quach Leang Hao Tower, 8th Floor
  • Villa4 Building, 3rd Floor
  1. Toul Kork Campus
  • Aii-TK Building, 8th Floor
  • AIS-TK Building, 5th Floor
  1. Chak Angre Campus
  • Aii & AIS -CA Building, 5th Floor
  1. Choam Chao Campus
  • Aii & AIS-CC Building, 7th Floor
  1. Phsar Thmey Campus
  • Aii & AIS-PT Building, 5th Floor
  1. Chroy Chongva Campus
  • Aii & AIS- Building, 5th Floor

To achieve the vision, mission and goals of the Mengly J. Quach Library, we are committed to:

  • Provide convenient and comfortable venues and friendly environment for learning, teaching, and research
  • Always play a very important role in promoting the progress of knowledge
  • Be open for the general public to borrow the invaluable books
  • Provide computers with internet access for study and research
  • Provide places for students to have group studies / discussions or study alone
  • Provide open spaces for kids and give them the habits of reading
  • Provide positive and peaceful environment for book lovers
  • Promote culture of reading and research
  • Provide academic achievement of the students by reading various books
  • Provide teachers with access to relevant documents for their teaching materials