MONGOLIAN PRIME MINISTER’S SCHOLARSHIP

Goal of the Scholarship

Mongolian Prime Minister's Scholarship is given to full-time undergraduate prospective students who have excelled in the academic or extra-curricular merit in order to develop, support and promote their knowledge, creativity, innovation, good deeds, talents and skills.

Eligibility

Students who meet more than 50 percent of the following criteria will be awarded a scholarship named after the Prime Minister of Mongolia:

1/ To create new effective and important technologies, products and materials in leading important professions in Mongolia and to introduce them to production and services;

2/ To lead others for the benefit of society based on volunteer endeavor by initiating and organizing exemplary projects and  to be an ideal for others through positive changes;

3/ To contribute to the preservation and protection of the tangible and intangible heritage of the Mongolian language and culture and to inherit and disseminate it;

4/ To be an ideal for others by studying successfully in the selected majors, to create research and scientific projects which have positive impacts on the country’s development and to initiate and implement projects and programs having proper effective policies, plans, solutions and approaches that meet the social and economic needs.

Receipt and delivery of scholarship materials

Eligible students should submit following documents to the Policy and Coordination Department of Academic Education, “CITI” University by February 15 and October 25 of each year:

1/ The students who meet the requirements specified in Criterion 1 shall submit the notarized copies of published reports, articles, medals, awards, honorary certificates, patents and the decisions of the competent authority that accepting the new technology, product or material;

2/ The students who meet the requirements specified in Criterion 2 shall submit the reference letters given by the organization that co-organized the relevant events or community work and other necessary information, videos and photographs on goals, objectives and results of the event;

3/ The students who meet the requirements specified in Criterion 3 shall submit the brief introduction, audio and video recordings and other evidence materials of dissemination on the protected, inherited and disseminated traditions, customs or family trees, tangible and intangible cultural heritages;

4/ The students who meet the requirements specified in Criterion 4 shall submit the copies of reference letters, certificates or confirmation letters acknowledging their academic achievement and skills given by school administration and student union and presentations of the results of the written projects;

5/ An essay written by a student describing that he/she meets the requirements of the scholarship within 500 words.

The following documents shall be selected by April and November 15 of each year and the materials of eligible students must be submitted to the Secretariat Office of the Government.

 Awarding the scholarship

A working group shall be organized under the Secretariat Office of the Government and the selection process is organized in two stages. The working group will give up to 50 points by evaluating the materials submitted in the first stage and up to 50 points for the essays submitted in the second stage, and the students who got 85-100 points during both stages will be selected and awarded scholarships named after the Prime Minister of Mongolia in May and December. 

Up to 40 students who meet the scholarship requirements will be awarded with the Honorary Certificate signed by the Prime Minister of Mongolia and 1.000.000 MNT every year.  

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