Dormitory

Currently, all GMIT students live on our campus and they can experience the extraordinary situation of studying, living and leisure activities on one site. This creates a special feeling of community, where students can easily develop professional networking and friendships for life.

The Campus of GMIT is located in Nalaikh, a district of Ulaanbaatar. GMIT dormitory situated on GMIT Campus, which has a capacity of 160 students in total. Single, double and larger rooms are available in the dormitory and each room is has study table, chairs, wardrobes, refrigerator, Wi-Fi access and a telephone line while each floor has a lounge, a study room and a kitchen. Sports facilities on GMIT Campus enables recreation opportunities. Furthermore, extracurricular activities are also offered, which enriches living on campus as well.
 
Check List before moving into the dormitory:

The following checklist provides information concerning items that each student should plan to bring to the dormitory. Please have the items identified with the student’s name to avoid confusion with other students’ belongings. Herein:
  • Dormitory contract
  • Sheets and pillowcases
  • Blankets and bedspread
  • Pillow
  • Bath towels, wash clothes, etc.
  • Personal items
  • Desk lamp. 
 
 
General Lifestyle:

The following schedule provides an idea of a typical school day in the campus:
  • 8:00 am - 8:50 am       Breakfast in the GMIT Canteen or dormitory kitchen
  • 9:00 am - 5:50 pm       Seminars and Lectures
  • 12:10 pm - 1:00 pm     Lunch
  • 5:20 pm - 10:00 pm     After School activities (sports, club activities and self-study time)
  • 10:00 pm                     Curfew – students should be in the dormitory
  • 11:00 pm                     Curfew – students should be in the dormitory /only on weekends/ 
 
Disciplines in the dormitory:

Students must be willing to:  
  • Accepting the dormitory regulations;
  • Taking responsibility for personal hygiene;
  • Respecting other people’s property and privacy;
  • Responding positively to authority;
  • Keeping room neat and clean;
  • Taking good care of dormitory belongings (furniture, kitchen, etc.)