MoU signed with Mongol Koosen College of Technology
The International Institute for Central Asian Studies (IICAI) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Academic and Research Cooperation with the Mongol Koosen College of Technology. The memorandum was signed by Prof. Sergelen Munkh-Ochir, Director and Founder of the college as a result of a series of consultations and negotiations that helped to identify the areas of mutual interest and potential cooperation.
The Mongol Koosen College (https://www.mk.edu.mn/) of Technology was established in 2014 under the auspices of the Institute of Engineering and Technology and is the first institution outside of Japan to follow “Kosen” Japanese education system developed following the end of the Second World War to expedite the training of engineers. The first cohort of 64 students graduated from the College in 2019 to be now employed by leading Japanese companies or continue education in Japan. Currently, the College has 276 students and employs 30 instructors as well as 18 staff members.