Report on participation in International Education Exhibition, Mongolia 2015

On 28-29 of March, 2015, two representatives of Centre for International Cooperation of Warsaw University of Technology, Ms. Zenoviya Shits and Ms. Małgorzata Musińska participated in 18th International Education Exhibition in the capital city of Mongolia, Ulan Bator.

The fair was aimed at Mongolian students interested in studying abroad. Warsaw University of Technology was the only Polish university participating in the exhibition, however the educational offer of Poland was presented also at the stand of Polish Embassy in China, as a part of the Ready, Study, Go! Poland project. Other participating institutions included mostly universities from UK, USA, Russia and Cyprus. The majority of candidates inquiring about WUT’s offer were interested in undergraduate studies. The programs which raised the greatest interest were, among others, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Environmental Engineering and Architecture. Efficient and thorough communication with the visitors was ensured by support of a Mongolian interpreter, who accompanied WUT during the two days of the exhibition. It is worth mentioning, though, that some of the visitors showed also knowledge of Polish.


The following day, on 30th of March, Ms. Shits and Ms. Musińska visited Mongolian University of Science and Technology (MUST). On a meeting with Ms. Jargaltuya Purvee, the Vice-President for International Relations and Cooperation, the representatives discussed the possibilities of cooperation between MUST and WUT, focused on possible student exchange programs.

Following the visit at the University, Ms. Shits and Ms. Musińska participated in a meeting at Mongolian Pupil’s Federation – an institution which takes care of Mongolian youth at schools, helping in their education and personal development. The participants of the meeting included, among others,the Head of the institution Mr. Selenge Ombojoon, the Head of the Office for International Affairs Ms. Munkhtsetseg Banzragch and a representative of one of the best high schools in the area of Ulan Bator.The Federation showed great interest in cooperation with WUT aimed at promotion of the university and opening possibilities for Mongolian high school pupils to continue their education in Poland.


Małgorzata Musińska