Mongolia is one of our new destinations, where we offering our international students for study with cheap tuition fee and get the international category degree/certificates to make their bright carrier. The degree/certificate are acceptable in all over the world. We also feel proud to invite our visitors/tourists to go to Mongolia to meet with most beautiful nature and its phenomenal attractive culture.
The Mongolian people’s always accept their guests with big heart. They are so friendly, polite and peaceful. They always welcome foreigners to their land for visit and they service also with high quality with nice hospitality. You can feel free to enjoy everything include so beautiful Generous nature in all over the country.
While it is the second largest landlocked country on the planet, Mongolia actually has a very sparse population of only 3 million citizens. Its landscape thus remains incredibly well-preserved; from the Gobi desert in the southeast to the mountainous terrain of the northwest, one could spend a lifetime exploring its vast and unsettled wilderness. Mongolia is also known as the “The Land of the Eternal Blue Sky” because it is sunny for nearly three-quarters of each year.
Ulaanbaatar, the country’s capital, is far and away the most popular destination where to study abroad in Mongolia. Ulaanbaatar is home to nearly half of Mongolia’s population, so unsurprisingly the majority of its universities are located here as well. Sitting in the heart of the country along the Tuul River, Ulaanbaatar is the cultural, economic, and political center of activity in Mongolia. It is also conveniently connected to the neighboring countries of China and Russia via the Trans-Siberian Railway.
The rest of the Mongolian landscape consists of fairly remote towns and smaller cities. If you study abroad in Mongolia as part of a program that moves around between different locations, then you may get to soak in some smaller destinations as part of your studies. However most traditional study abroad programs in Mongolia remain anchored in the capital city of Ulaanbaatar.
Because it is largely rural and still has a developing economy, Mongolia is a fairly affordable destination where to study abroad. The local currency is the Tughrik, which exchanges at about 2,000 MNT to $1 USD. Because costs such as transportation and tuition can still mount up, you should also check out our Mongolian Scholarship Directory to learn about available financial aid opportunities in the country.
Road Less Travelled. Mongolia is not exactly the most popular study abroad destination in the world; choosing to embark on an educative adventure here will make for an entirely unique experience from many of your peers.
Adventure Travel. Mongolia is a huge and sparsely populated country, meaning that you will have an immense amount of territory to explore while you study abroad. The Trans-Siberian and Trans-Mongolian railways both connect the country extensively.
History. Because of its location dead in the heart of the Asian continent, Mongolia has an incredibly rich history of expansion, deflation, and cultural exchange. Come learn all about it.