: Asia Pacific Journal of Educational Research 4권2호
: 2021년 07월
School Education System
Vocational Education System
Higher Education System
Non-Formal Education in Mongolia
Future Development Trends of the Mongolian Education Sector (2021-2030)
Conclusion and Discussion
The aim of the article is contributing to the education system of Mongolia. In general, the education system of Mongolia is divided into four different levels or stages. In particular, the first level is preschool education, which is called a kindergarten garden when the children enrolled at three years old. The second level is secondary education with 12 years, including primary education (6 years), lower secondary education (3 years), and upper secondary education (3 years). The third level is vocational education (2 years). The final level is higher education which we provided educational finance, management, academic programs and qualifications and enrolment in this study. In addition, we analyzed the students’ majors representing the most common subjects and the number of students between 2009 and 2019 in Mongolia. Based on the results, most students choose business management followed by engineering and education. Education institutions can be categorized into public and private. Public pre-education and secondary education institutions are free of charge. However, all higher education institutions have tuition fees. For example, private universities and colleges are the most expensive. In addition, nowadays, non-formal education is rapidly developing in Mongolia. Many Mongolians follow lifelong learning for professional growth and new knowledge skills.
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