Academic affairs and quality assurance unit
In 2000, the School of Foreign Languages had more than 500 students, and an Academic Affairs Unit was established. This office had been responsible for developing sustainable training processes with high quality by fully introducing the credit system; accepting students enrolled in the newly introduced credit system; helping students in selecting courses; organizing exams; promoting training, presenting awards, and supporting students to be included in the loan assistance provided by the government.
Between 2010-2020, they were in charge of supporting teaching activities such as integrated coordination of training activities, graduation, teacher development, and e-learning. Furthermore, in close cooperation with program committees, this unit was responsible for work such as foreign and domestic joint bachelor's programs, training curriculum accreditation, monitoring program development and implementation, and providing quality evaluation. Under his directorship, many indoor and outdoor activities had been held with the purpose of focusing on the professional skills of our future graduates, improving relations between the university and industry, cooperating with enterprises and organizations, operating in the fields of engineering technology, mining, and equipment; and organizing activities such as professional Olympiads, competitions, orientation practice and orientation trips in cooperation with departments.
Between 2020-2022, It was an era when they were responsible for the strategic policy and program coordination to conduct continuous and accessible training processes in combination of electronic forms and mixed form of electronic and classroom teaching as a part of measures to limit and prevent the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic; and when they focused on establishing the quality, value, and coherence of the academic programs. Working with program committees, they were in charge of improving a foreign language preparation program ‘’Presidential Message-2100’', reviewing and evaluating programs developed by the departments to meet the needs and requirements of industry and students, and making recommendations based on general requirements.
In the academic year of 2022-2023, this unit encouraged faculty to write self-study reports on the approval of the English, Japanese, Chinese, and Korean language specialties of the "Foreign Language Translation" program by the National Council for Educational Accreditation of Mongolia. In order to improve the quality of teaching they are currently paying attention to the efficient management of teachers' time and checking according to the approved schedule. In this academic year, according to Order A/160 issued by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, the indices of educational programs were updated, and all undergraduate and graduate programs were intensively updated in accordance with the requirements of the core programs of the MUST. The main change in the ‘Foreign Language Translation’ program is that each language program is offering the track program for the engineering students. Expanding the "Presidential Message -2100" language preparation program, we are working to prepare the students in English, Chinese, and Korean languages ​​and provide them with the opportunity to study at top foreign universities.
Staff information
Head or Deputy Director
G.Tuya, Doctor /Ph.D/, Associate Professor
D. Saranchimeg
D. Bold, Doctor /Ph.D/, Associate Professor
H. Oyunkhishig
D.Tuul, Doctor /Ph.D/, Associate Professor
T. Bayarchimeg
Doctor /Ph.D/, Associate Professor Ts. Enkhbaatar
T. Monkhzaya
E. Chimedlham, Doctor/Ph.D/
S. Ariunzaya
2022- to present
A.Bolormaa, Doctor /Ph.D/, Associate Professor