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Mongolia's first secondary school was established in 1921. It was hence necessary to bring in an academic institution at an even higher level. In 1942, the Government put forth Mongolia's first university, the National University of Mongolia, with the first students graduating in 1946. During socialism, the University served as a training center for the party elite. Education was paid for and strictly controlled by the state. After democratization, it gradually changed into a more modern university. In 1995, it started to offer bachelor's, master's, and PhD programs.
In 2006, there were 12,000 students enrolled, including 2,000 graduate students. The university offers over 80 undergraduate and graduate programs, mostly in Mongolian.
Ulaanbaatar • Computer Science, Robotics
Ulaanbaatar • Agriculture, Fisheries, Food • Veterinary Sciences
It was formerly the veterinary faculty of the Mongolian State University and Higher School of Agriculture from 1958 but underwent structural reform in 1990 and 1993, with seven schools, four research institutes and three university branches in Orkhon Province, Dornod Province and Khovd Province since 2001. 7060 undergraduates and 1045 graduates were reported in 2008.
It is also one of the largest centers for scientific and cultural exchanges in Mongolia. Approximately two third of the academically educated Mongolians have graduated from MUST.
Ulaanbaatar • Computer Science, Robotics • Business • Economics • Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies
The university is accredited by the Mongolian National Council for Education Accreditation
In 2014 it ranked fifteenth in Mongolia and 18367th in the world on the Webometrics Ranking of World Universities. It was ranked 7454th in the world in web rankings according to another source.
Address: Sukhhbaatar Square – 20/4, Baga Toiruu, Sukhbaatar District, P.O. Box – 210646/53.
Medicine, General, Internal
The main campus is downtown about 400 m. west of the central square on the north side. GPS 40.819509,111.653972 The new campus was opened in 2006 and is located 35 km west of downtown, and 8 km west of JinShuan. GPS 40.744599,111.429595. All teachers, except Foreign Teachers, take the free school bus from downtown to the new campus. It is a 45 min. ride.
Established in 1952, it is the first university of Inner Mongolia after the foundation of the People's Republic of China. Now, Inner Mongolia Normal University is a key university in Inner Mongolia.
Mathematics, Statistics, Finance • Economics
It was renamed from Inner Mongolia Finance and Economics College (内蒙古财经学院) on March 26, 2012.
Ulaanbaatar • Mathematics, Statistics, Finance • Economics • Bank, Insurance