Office of Academic Affairs
The main duty of the office of Academic Affairs is to implement the training curriculum and academic programs on degrees conferred and to control their results making all arrangements related to the academic staff and students. The Deputy Director of the Power Engineering School is in charge of the office of Academic Affairs.
The training office of Power Engineering University has been established with 2 staff in 1997 under the framework of the preparation of changing training activity into the credit system. Now this office has a deputy director and 5 staff who are in charge of 13 occupations. The staff of this training office regulates all the issues related to the students from their enrolment until they graduate such as accepting 1st course students and registering them and granting students ID and some service card.
The main duty of the Training Office is to implement training standards and training programs and control over its procedure, interrelate the students activities with the team of teachers and professors and solve the issue of the tuition fee. In addition, they are in charge of students’ social issues and training process including the procedure of choice of the subject, encourage the students and help students to obtain state loans and scholarships.
1960 The division of energy was established at Engineering faculty of the Mongolian State University.And the first enrollment of students on thermal and electrical engineering.
1961 The Faculty of Energy and Mechanics was set up.
1963 The departments of Electrical and Thermal Engineering were established at the Faculty of Energy and Mechanics.
1969 The Polytechnic Institute was founded at the Mongolian State University and Faculty of energy and Mehanics was renamed as the Faculty of Power Engineering and Mechanics Technology.
1990 Polytechnic Institute was reorganized into the Mongolian Technical University and School of Power engineering was established.
2001 The first experimental restructuring based on professor teams was beginning at the School of Power Enineering by the decision of Academic Council of the Mongolian University of Science and Technology.
Since 1965 when the first 25 engineers were graduated on Power Engineering we have been preparing more than 3000 engineers who are successfully working in both public and private sectors in the fields of energy utilities, governments and research organizations.