Welcome to the Open Day 2019 of German-Mongolian Institute for Resources and Technology
16.11.2019 ( 09:30 - 15:00 )
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The VI Teachers Symposium under the topic "Active learning in Teaching" organized by GMIT
Falling Wall Lab Mongolia's winner participate in the competition to be held in Berlin
GMIT colleague celebrated German Unity Day
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The most of our professors studied, worked in Germany and expertized in their own field. GMIT provides us opportunity to learn from these great professors. Their teaching style and perspective is relatively different. For example, they explain us things differently and you hear terms and vocabulary that you are not accustomed to. There are many things to learn from cultural differences like that and it could benefit when you study further abroad or work with foreign people in the future.
This year about 20 percent of students of GMIT got a scholarship from DAAD which includes tuition fee and living budget. This year thanks to this scholarship I was able to study without any worries about financial needs. This scholarship is open for all students and all you need to do is study hard and be active in activities from school and public.
Our institute goal is to prepare high qualified engineers according to the German standard. Therefore, professional foreign and native Doctors and Professors teach us lecture and seminar by interesting way. There are chemistry, physics and processing laboratories and library which support our knowledge directly. I am very grateful that studying and living with people who has great enthusiasm under the same roof.
Purpose of the gmit's student council is to give students an opportunity to develop leadership by organizing and carrying out school activities. This includes planning events and community welfare projects to contribute to the school spirit. GMIT student council is also responsible for promoting the interests of students among the school administration, staff and parents. In other words, to consult students on any issue of importance.
I would like to share my impression on studying in TU-Freiberg for a semester. As a student, i really enjoyed the university experience which consisted of vast opportunities to develop myself.There were no limitations to gain knowledge. Student clubs, extracurricular courses and laboratories were astounding. Also I think advanced technology expertise and competency of the engineers make Germany one of the most befitting places for future engineer.
The selection process for the summer school program offered by GMIT depends on the grades and extracurricular activities of students. The goal of this program is to give insight about the development of mining and technology of Germany. Although, it was short, I am glad that I have gained significant knowledge about the culture, industry, mining engineering of Germany.
The students of our university have the opportunity to organize and take part in various club activities. It is a great way of expanding one's knowledge, developing personal hobbies, and connecting with other students. Since my freshmen year, I've moderated the Movie club and Live Music club with fellow moderators. We've made much progress since our humble beginnings. Through this time, our student council and school faculties have been very supportive towards our club activities as well.
It was really good experience to made internship in Oyu tolgoi LLC. I was in Environmental department about 5 months. During the time, I learned lot about my professional field such as monitoring, mitigation and rehabilitation works etc. It was honor to be part of the Mongolian biggest copper and gold mining operation and I gained not only hard skill, but soft skills from experienced and admiring employees.