National University of Mongolia has established partnerships with more than 200 universities around the world, and student exchange has been implemented with more than 78 partner universities. The students exchanged from partner universities study at the NUM (take courses or do research) for one to two semesters and transfer back the credits to their home university. There are major courses that take in Mongolian open to the exchange students. Meanwhile, Mongolian Language Program are offered to help them to learn academic Mongolian.
To apply for our exchange student program, you must be currently enrolled at a university with which NUM has a valid student exchange agreement and be officially nominated. Please consult the international office of your home university about exchange programs and nomination procedures.
In 2018-2019 academic year over 60 exchange students from over 20 countries have studied at National University of Mongolia.
- Contact with Home university exchange program/international relations department/office
- Contact with National University of Mongolia regarding exchange program
- Home university nomination
- Student prepares the documents
- Screening of documents
- Receive Acceptance letter and Visa invitation
- Arrival in Mongolia
- Registration to classes
- Fall semester: May 1 – July 20
- Spring semester: October 1 – December 20
- Active student in a partner university/institute (undergraduate, graduate)
- GPA 2.5 out of a 4.0 scale or above /may differ according to Exchange Agreement between Universities/
- Complete application form
- Complete medical form
- HIV test (for last three months)
- Notary certified copy of a diploma or certificate of previous study and transcripts
- Translation of diploma or certificate of previous study and transcripts in Mongolian or English
- Official nomination letter
- 3 passport sized photos 3*4
- 3 copies of valid passport (valid for 5 years)
*documents must be sent through your home universities International relations/ Student exchange/Cooperation etc. department/offices.
All Undergraduate and Graduate programs are open to exchange students who possess written and spoken academic Mongolian. Degree programs are conducted solely in Mongolian.
Students who do not speak Mongolian, may enroll to Mongolian Language Program while learning about Mongolian culture, history, arts and regional problems and participate in field trips which is organized twice a year /Fall, Spring/.
MONGOLIAN LANGUAGE PROGRAM
The Department of Mongolian language and culture provides a Mongolian language program for international students who intend to study in Mongolian universities or wish to improve their Mongolian language for social or business purposes. These courses cannot be counted toward an academic degree.
This program helps students understand the Mongolian way of life and participate in social, cultural and business activities in Mongolia. Students learn grammar and vocabulary to improve their reading and writing skills. They will be able to speak about topics of everyday life, express themselves and discuss common topics.
Students achieve appropriate speaking, listening and reading skills that are needed for studying at Mongolian universities and colleges. Skills at reading, academic paper writing such as essays and reports, note taking and listening to lectures will be developed.
GENERAL MONGOLIAN LANGUAGE PROGRAMME
The course helps students understand the Mongolian way of life and participate in social, cultural and business activities in Mongolia. Students learn grammar and vocabulary to improve their reading and writing skills. They will be able to speak about topics of everyday life, express themselves and discuss common topics.
MONGOLIAN FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES
Students achieve appropriate speaking, listening and reading skills that are needed for studying at Mongolian universities and colleges. Skills at reading, academic paper writing such as essays and reports, note taking and listening to lectures will be developed. The program is 10 months and intakes are in September and February.
The courses are designed at six different levels:
- Elementary /level 1/
- Pre-intermediate /level 2/
- Intermediate /level 3/
- Upper-intermediate /level 4/
- Advanced /level 5-6/
GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Foreign applicants are not required to take an entrance exam or equivalent. Applicants may have different levels of Mongolian language proficiency /beginner, intermediate, advanced/. Depending on your language proficiency you may register for the suitable level classes.
- Orientation day
- International Exchange Students Day
- International Students Greetings Day
- International Cultural Day
- Sports Day
- Graduation Ceremony
- Mongolian Language Contests
Exchange students will take a trip with NUM students and teachers to places of cultural and historic interest around Mongolia. Make new friends and learn more about culture and history of Mongolia! Fieldworks, ranging from half-day to longer periods, will also be organized by the departments.
TUITION AND FEES
- Waivered tuition fee according to Exchange Agreement
- Tuition for Mongolian Language Program for one semester – 3.420.000MNT
- Tuition for Mongolian Language Program for one academic year – 6.480.000 MNT
- Fee per credit /Bachelor/ – 234.500 MNT
- Fee per credit /Masters/ – 456.000 MNT
- Fee per credit /Doctor/ – 495.100 MNT
- Waivered dormitory fee according to Exchange Agreement
- Single room – 310.000 MNT /per month/
- Room for two – 155.000 MNT /per month/
- Room for three – 105.000 MNT /per month/
- Fee per day/visitor/ – 30.000 MNT
MENTOR STUDENT SYSTEM
International students can benefit from a personalized welcome phase, through a privileged contact with their mentor, and therefore receive enhanced support for administrative procedures, personalized visits of the city and place of study/work. To sum up they are supported whenever needed. Mentor students’ objectives are: to improve the integration of students doing their academic exchange abroad; to internationalize campuses and local student life, while easing interactions, open mindsets and increasing mutual understanding; to strengthen partnerships welcoming international students (universities and associations) and allow them to develop long-lasting relationships between students.
EXCHANGE STUDENTS VOICE
“WONDERFUL PROFESSORS WITH VAST KNOWLEDGE”
The NUM Mongolian Language Program offered me the opportunity to study under wonderful professors who were all extremely knowledgeable in their respective fields and to be able to interact with students from various countries, cultures and walks of life. The program also included a field trip which was a great opportunity to meet and socialize with different people whilst immersing in the Mongolian culture.
Szymon Sztengel /Poland/
“I WOULD LIKE TO EXPRESS MY GRATITUDE TO MONGOLIANS FOR WELCOMING ME WITH OPEN ARMS”
As the Mongolian classes are divided into levels, I was provided with a suitable class that went with my Mongolian proficiency level which made learning more efficient. In addition, plenty of events were held for the foreign students. For example: International student’s Greeting Day and a 2-day-1night trip to National heritage place Terelj. Thanks to all these events I could make friends from different nationalities and create precious memories. Lastly, I would like to express my gratitude to the Mongolian people who have welcomed us with open arms.
Kim Youngung /South Korea/
“I ADAPTED EASILY AS I HAD A MENTOR STUDENT”
I adapted easily as I had a mentor student whom I could ask and get help whenever I needed. They are all knowledgeable and really passionate and all the other students are also friendly. Furthermore, I think the divided levels of classes are very suitable for foreign students.
Dankook Univesity exchange students /South Korea/
“I AM TRULY THANKFUL FOR THE TIME I HAVE SPENT AT NUM”
I am truly thankful for these months that I could spend at NUM and create good friendships with other students from several countries. I have amazing memories from classes and everyday life. We were able to experience the Mongolian teaching method within the university during which we learned Mongolian at intermediate advanced level.
Reka Horvath /Hungary/
“I WOULD LIKE TO EXPRESS MY GRATITUDE TO NUM FOR OFFERING ME SUCH OPPORTUNITIES AND EXPERIENCE”
Overall my university experience was extremely good. Firstly, I had some trouble understanding the mentality of Mongolians, but with the help of teachers and mentor students my university life was quite comfortable. I would like to express my gratitude to NUM for offering me such opportunities and experience.
Khandarkhaeva Daria /Russia/
|1||Dankook University||South Korea||www.dankook.ac.kr|
|2||Kangwon University||South Korea||www.kangwon.ac.kr|
|3||Chonbuk National University||South Korea||www.chonbuk.ac.kr|
|4||Sogan University||South Korea||www.sogang.ac.kr|
|5||Chun An University||South Korea||http://www.cau.ac.kr/|
|6||Hanbat University||South Korea||www.hanbat.ac.kr|
|7||Hanyan University||South Korea||http://www.hanyang.ac.kr/|
|8||Hankook University of Foreign study||South Korea||www.hufs.ac.kr|
|9||Kookmin University||South Korea||www.kookmin.ac.kr|
|10||Kyonggi University||South Korea||www.kyonggi.ac.kr|
|11||Korea University||South Korea||www.korea.edu|
|12||University of Incheon||South Korea||www.inu.ac.kr|
|13||Seoul National University||South Korea||www.useoul.edu|
|14||Chungnam National University||South Korea||www.plus.cnu.ac.kr|
|15||Inha University||South Korea||https://www.inha.ac.kr|
|16||Kongju University||South Korea||www.english.kongju.ac.kr|
|17||Kyungpook University||South Korea||https://en.knu.ac.kr/|
|18||Kyung hee University||South Korea||http://www.khu.ac.kr/|
|20||Ayoma Gakuin University||Japan||http://www.aoyama.ac.jp/|
|22||Akita International University||Japan||www.aiu.ac.jp|
|26||Tokyo University of Foreign Studies||Japan||http://www.tufs.ac.jp/|
|32||Kyushu Institute of technology||Japan||www.kyutech.ac.jp|
|33||Tohoku medical and pharmaceutical university||Japan||www.tohoku-mpu.ac.jp/|
|34||Chiba institute of technology||Japan||https://www.it-chiba.ac.jp|
|38||University of Miyazaki||Japan||www.miyazaki-u.ac.jp/english|
|41||Osaka university of economy and law||Japan||www.keiho-u.ac.jp/english/|
|46||Калмыцкий государственный институт||Russia||www.kalmsu.ru/|
|47||Тюменский государственный университет||Russia||https://www.utmn.ru/|
|48||Buryat State University||Russia||http://www.bsu.ru/|
|49||National University of Inner Mongolia||China||http://www.csc.edu.cn/|
|52||Beijing normal university||China||http://www.educhina.mn/|
|53||Өвөрмонголын Багшийн Их Сургууль||China||http://www.educhina.mn/|
|54||Улаан-хад дээд сургууль||China|
|55||National Central University of Taiwan||Taiwan||https://www.ncu.edu.tw/en
|56||National tsinghua University||Taiwan||https://nthu-en.web.nthu.edu.tw/|
|57||University of Hong kong||Hongkong||https://www.hku.hk/|
|58||National Taiwan University||Taiwan||http://www.ntu.edu.tw/|
|60||National Yunlin University of science and technology||Taiwan||www2010.yuntech.edu.tw/english/|
|61||National Chengchi University||Taiwan||http://www.nccu.edu.tw/|
|63||Chemnitz technology University||Germany||https://www.tu-chemnitz.de/index.html.en|
|65||Eotvos Lorand university||Hungary||https://www.elte.hu/en/|
|66||LUM Jean Monnet University||Italy||www.lum.it/en/university-lum.html|
|67||Ca-Foscari University of Venice||Italy||https://www.unive.it/english|
|71||Charles University in Prague||Czech||http://www.cuni.cz/|
|72||Czech University of Life Sciences||Czech||https://www.czu.cz/en/|
|73||University of eastern Finland||Finland||www.uef.fi/en|
|74||Warsaw School of economics||Poland||www.sgh.waw.pl/en/|
|75||University of Silesia in Katowice||Poland||english.us.edu.pl/university-silesia-katowice|
|76||University of Lodz||Poland||https://iso.uni.lodz.pl/|
|77||University of Colorado Denver||USA||www.ucdenver.edu|
|78||Western Washington university||USA||https://www.wwu.edu/|