What an interesting find. I'd never heard of this City University in Phnom Penh. I think you're right that education corporations with big money could easily buy or simply establish universities in less developed (or rather, less regulated) nations. I would imagine that there are likely dozens or even hundreds of these no name, startup universities offering official and accredited degrees around the globe, for a fraction of the price of similar degrees from North American or Western European universities. Likely, many of them would be happy to take cash from Azteca, UCN, or others to issue degrees. As @RFValve has suggested, someone could even just buy them out, but a simple MOU with some financial incentives may be an easier method. --- As an aside, the Cambodians should pay closer to their webmaster's work. On the department page, all of the departments' links connect to Princeton University. I'm going to go out on a limb and assume that City University is not affiliated with Princeton.