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Ulaanbaatar in the Regional Highlight

On October 7th, 2011 the Chinggis Khaan International airport in Ulaanbaatar received its usual four international flights, two from Beijing, one from Seoul, and another one from Moscow. But the interesting factor was that all of these flights each contained people flying from 11 different countries to participate in one event in Ulaanbaatar. While on the plane, sitting side by side, these people had no clue that they were headed for the same event. Because, from an outward glance, it is hard to tell what can bring such a di-verse group together, people ranging from a medical student from Myanmar, a corporate lawyer from Japan, a marketing specialist from Cambodia, a supreme court Prosecutor from China, a linguist from East-Timor and many more…

Mar 01, 2012
Alumni and U.S embassy continue rural education outreach to Gobi

From our previous issues, our read-ers will remember that in spring 2011, the Public Affairs Section of the Embassy conducted two educa-tional outreach trips to seven Ai-mags of Mongolia: Darkhan-Uul, Orkhon, Bulgan, Khentii, Dornod, Dornogobi and Sukhbaatar. These two trips were the first rural educa-tional outreach trips conducted in many years. In order to give the audience more realistic information about our scholarship programs and give them a realistic understanding about America, we often invite our program alumni and our American Fulbright teaching assistants to ac-company us on these trips.

Oct 05, 2011
TRY event
TRY Asia in Mongolia took place from June 26 to July 05, 2011. MASA continued to collaborate and assist the Universal Development NGO throughout the implementation of the event and helped to promote it through its contacts. On June 26, 2011, the Try opening took place on the Sukhbaatar Square and the representatives of MASA, the sponsor organizations, parents and families of the participants and other supporters came to see the group off on their 10 day travel. U.S. Ambassador Mr. Jonathan Addleton and his wife Mrs. Fiona Addleton were present at the event and the Ambassador gave a speech wishing all the travelers a safe and successful journey.
Jul 29, 2011
Fullbright orientation 2011
The U.S. embassy in Ulaanbaatar organized the pre-departure orientation for the 2011 new Mongolian Fulbright grantees on Wednesday, June 23, 2011 in conjunction with the Mongolian Ministry of Education, Culture and Science.
Jul 17, 2011
MASA alumni association raises $ 15.000 to promote program for the disabled

The Mongolian Association of State Alumni (MASA) organized a highly successful fundraising event on May 13, 2011 – raising $15,000 to support the upcoming summer program of "TRY Asia in Mongolia.

Jun 17, 2011
U.S. Embassy and Alumni Join Forces to Amplify Outreach on Education
In March and April 2011, the Public Affairs‟ Section of the U.S. Embassy undertook two separate outreach trips to 7 central and eastern provinces of Mongolia covering in total over 2500 kilometers, meeting over 750 students and faculty, and visiting over 12 local orphanage and disability centers.
Mar 30, 2011
Alumni and Counsul join Forces to amplify outreach for education

PAS Ulaanbaatar has been organizing scholarship and student visa outreach to

universities in Ulaanbaatar in conjunction with the Consular’s Office in order to give

students clear and correct understanding about student visa and scholarship

opportunities to study in the U.S. Recently we have started inviting alumni, especially

young alumni such as the alumni of the Global UGRAD program, to come and share their

experience of going through the whole process (starting from learning about the

scholarship program, applying for it, and going to the U.S.) in person to their fellow

friends and this has been a great success.

Mar 29, 2011
Alumni on Air: Radio programs for the promotion of U.S government Alumni and scholarship program

The Public Affairs Office of the U.S. Embassy started a series of ten weekly radio programs with the Family Radio FM 104.5 as part of its on-going efforts to promote educational opportunities in the U.S. and the program alumni of U.S. Department of State. Each of these 10 programs addressed one specific U.S. Government funded scholarship and exchange program and two alumni from that program were invited to share their experience by participating in that program.

Mar 22, 2011
Alumni and consul outreach to universities
During the period of past 6 months, November 2010-April 2011, the U.S. Government program alumni and the Consular Officers of the U.S. Embassy have jointly visited 6 universities and colleges in Ulaanbaatar to promote opportunities to study in the U.S. and in particular U.S. Government funded scholarship and exchanges programs. In total over 600 students and faculty from 6 universities: Institute of Finance and Economics, State University of Agriculture, Mongolian Health Sciences‟ University, Mongolian National University, Mongolian University of Science and Technology, and International College of Business and Economy, attended these meetings and received information about student visa and U.S. Government funded exchanges and scholarship programs.
Jan 07, 2011
Where there is a will there is a way Disability awareness and communication: A voluntary visitor project for Mongolia
Ms. Enkhtuya never dreamed that she could ride a bike or ski in her life. Enkhtuya is a physically disabled woman who uses wheelchair and until her recent trip to the U.S. she never thought for one moment that it would be possible for a person “like me to ski. So, you can imagine my surprise when I not just saw by my own eyes, but spoke with people just like me skiing and doing all sorts of unbelievable activities at the Outdoors for All in Seattle.”

Nov 02, 2010

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