Mongolian University of Science and Technology
The Mongolian University of Science and Technology was founded in 1959 and it is the largest science and technological university in Mongolia. There are 8 affiliated schools, 2 institutes, 1 high school, 1 graduate of school of business, 2 TVETs and 1 branch technology school in Erdenet city (400km to Northwest from the capital). The university administration structure consists of President, 4 presidents, Directors of Departments and Offices. There are over 1100 academic staff and 423 are hold Ph.D degree. There are over 21 thousand students in 58 bachelor’s programs and 143 master’s and 54 doctoral programs.
MUST educational programs are: Architecture, Civil engineering, Environmental engineering, Electrical engineering, electronics, telecommunication, ICT, power engineering, geodesy, geology engineering, geosciences, oil engineering, food technology, biotechnology, design, industrial technology, mathematics, physics, chemical engineering, textile, forestry, computer science, mechanical engineering, transportation, mechatronics, machine industry, mining engineering, social science, business administration, technology management, humanities and tourism etc.
Over the past years the Mongolian University of Science and Technology (MUST) has been a partner in joint international programs for undergraduate and graduate students with 10 universities around the world, and with countries such as the Federal Republic of Germany, Japan, Republic of Korea and the People’s Republic of China. During each year more than 300 faculty members were involved in collaborations with sister universities and overseas development programs that included professional development trainings, joint research, and international. More than 20 MUST faculty members were involved in graduate programs abroad.
Visiting Mongolia at MUST were 7 lecturers from the People’s Republic of China for Chinese language education, 6 lecturers from the United States for English education and linguistics, 8 researchers for joint research, 5 lecturers from the Federal Republic of Germany for English education and management and 22 lecturers and researchers from the Republic of Korea for ICT research and food study for periods ranging from 6 months to 1 year.
MUST has organized international conferences and seminars, such as IFOST, and MUSTAK among its faculty members and helps promising researchers in promoting and demonstrating their research results to the public. In 2014, MUST has successfully organized internship programs in Chinese, Japanese and Russian universities and research institutes. Mongolian University of Science and Technology (MUST) global partnership provide their faculty members and students with great opportunities to develop global partnership with their world counterparts. MUST has signed MOUs with over 120 universities in 21countries around the world to offer faculty members and talented students with global business and knowledge experiences.
The MIT-Mongolia Initiative Program, CDIO Initiative Program, and Higher Engineering Education Development Project with world-leading universities such as MIT, Singapore Polytechnic, and Kyushu University offer MUST academic staff and students an opportunity to widen their academic and research perspectives.