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Posted on November 16, 2007. Filed under: MN News |

International co-operation

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Бичсэн: Administrator
Wednesday, 28 March 2007
The college has been granted by Australia, UK and Republic of Ireland. The college has taken part in the Mongolian-Australian Development Co-operation Program and as a result the Computer Laboratory the International information Center and New Chemistry Laboratory of the College has been expanded upon the aid grants of 21550$. Now the College has access to INTERNET and communicates with other countries of the world through e-mail.

The ambassador of British in Mongolia supported and gave our college as a benefit 6000 $ to install central heating.The College is developing contacts and co-operation with Orange Agricultural College under the University of Sydney, and with Tocal at Maitland, Australia. Asham Brayn Agricultural College of York City of the northern region of England and with the Farmers economy summer International Farm Camp of Norwich city of the southern region of England. 60 students of the college were practicing in England farms and 10 students were studying in Rebublic of Ireland. Austrian student Christina Stickler, French student Melina Dire and student of USA, Nate Wallas Gusakov were practicing at the college.British ambassador in Mongolia supported 6000$’s helping for college’s heating system.13560 euros’ “Model Farm” project is organising by funding TACIS group’s crop and animal developing program of EU.International experts visit the college regularly.The college is a member of ²Mongolia-UK Society² and of ²Mongolia – Australian Society².In 2006 there is a project of non virus potatoes biotechnology laboratory establishment with Iksan college of Korea.Mongol Farmer College students has opportuninties to study the Agricultural University in Khukh khot in China and Iksan college in Korea.


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