At Mongol Aspiration, teachers and students alike strive to flourish. With the curricula considered to be the most demanding in the nation, pupils thus have the opportunity to get into even the most selective universities across the world whilst acquiring invaluable experience, friendships and enthusiasm on the way. Teachers, on the other hand, have the responsibility to guide the brightest teenagers entered through our entrance exam whilst testing and comparing the curricula to advise the Ministry and bring the expertise of the world-renowned education system to Mongolia. They regularly participate in Cambridge Professional Development conferences across the globe, including in the UK and in China whilst actively following the online courses as well. We also are working on obtaining a Cambridge Professional Development regional centre status to prepare Cambridge teachers in Mongolia.
In Years 9-10, pupils take 9 Cambridge IGCSE subjects for the Cambridge ICE Diploma curriculum. In Year 11, they take 6 AS Levels for the Cambridge AICE Diploma while in Year 12, they take at least 3 A Levels, including Mathematics, one science and one social science, depending on what career they pursue for their above-honours degree. This unique approach on Cambridge international curriculum allows pupils to gain a balanced and wide-ranging knowledge and a competitive advantage when applying to universities. They also get invaluable time-management, team working and critical thinking skills which are crucial to succeed in the 21st century workplace.
Preserving cultural identity through
Mongolian National Curriculum
By following the National Curriculum of Mongolia, pupils can enthusiastically learn about Mongolian traditional culture and the rich history, conserve Mongolian virtue and values in the era of globalisation whilst having the opportunity to apply to Mongolian universities as well.
Preparing global citizens through
Per the Education National Programme certified by the directive 31/2010 of the Government of Mongolia, Ministry of Education, Culture, Science and Sports supports the cultivation of international education and schools of such fashion in the country. International curricula offer not only rigorous academics but also an insight into global perspectives, respect for diversity and enthusiasm to improve the society in the increasingly globalising world. The two most prevalent international education institutions are the International Baccalaureate Organisation and Cambridge Assessment International Education.
What are the benefits of Cambridge Education?
Cambridge IGCSE was created as a GCSE examination for international use, and the academic demands and standards of Cambridge IGCSE are equivalent to those of the UK GCSE. Cambridge IGCSE exams are tailored for a multicultural, multilingual audience in a way that UK GCSE exams are not. They are aligned to the standards of the UK GCSE, and are equivalent on a subject–for–subject, grade–for–grade basis. The same goes for the Cambridge International AS & A Levels as well. Students use Cambridge International AS & A Levels to gain places at leading universities worldwide including the UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, India, Singapore, Egypt, Jordan, South Africa, the Netherlands, Germany and Spain. In countries such as the United States and Canada, good grades in carefully chosen Cambridge International A Level subjects can result in up to one year of university course credit.