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Are you looking for an international school in Mongolia? Search for the best international schools in Mongolia; you can find a list of selected schools at the bottom of this page.
Education in Mongolia has undergone significant changes in the 20th century, and particularly over the past decade, which has results in a number of international schools opening, most centred on Ulaanbaatar, the capital city.
Some of these schools teach in English and Mongolian, while some are English instruction only. There are also some foreign-language themed public schools, teaching Russian, Chinese, Turkish and German.
In 2011, the Ministry of Education announced a collaboration with Cambridge Assessment International Education to reform secondary education to meet international standards, which has lead to the establishment of a new generation of schools offering the Cambridge Primary and Secondary pathways.
The English School of Mongolia was founded in 2011 as an independent international school. It is now accredited by Cambridge Examinations and was awarded IB World School Status in 2015 for the Diploma Programme. It is a BSO school, and also the only FOBISIA School in Mongolia.
The British School of Ulaanbaatar is a member of the Council of British International Schools (COBIS) while the International School of Ulaanbaatar is accredited by the Council of International Schools.
Mongolia's school system was previously based on 10 years of education, but has been moving towards a 12-year system. The official school entrance age was lowered to six, starting in 2008, and compulsory education is nine years.
If you are looking specifically for an IB World School in Mongolia, you can read profiles of selected schools at: www.ibyb.org