Department of Energy Resource & Environmental Design


The Energy Resources and Environmental Technology department of MIU seeks to equip students with an interdisciplinary education in mechanical, chemical, energy, and environmental engineering, preparing them to be honest and professional servant leaders that act with integrity in their chosen professions.

Admission Requirements

All applicants must have completed or be expected to complete high school, secondary education, or an equivalent education prior to their enrollment. All applicants must take an entrance exam as part of the admission process.

The Entrance Exam consists of three sections: Essay, Grammar & Vocabulary.

70% Entrance Exam (20% Grammar / Essay 40% / Speaking 40%)

30% Statement of Purpose & Recommendation Letter


Mechanical engineering 

Environmental engineering 

Renewable energy resources 

Power generation – Solid mechanics 

Engineering thermodynamics

Environmental Sciences 

Air pollution

Water Pollution

Environmental Organic Chemistry

Machine Design

Introduction to Engineering Software

Contact us

2nd floor, D Building 

Meet our Faculties

Bujidmaa Borkhuu

Associate Professor

Sunghee Yoon


Hee Dong Chung


Kwang Tai Kim


Hee Chong Rhee


Sang Hun Kim


Meet our Alumni

Battogtokh Bold

Graduate Electrical Engineer at Oyu Tolgoi LLC

(Graduated in 2017)

“From my MIU experience, I saw that it’s a special environment where you not only learn academic programs but the competency to adaptively work in an intercultural workspace. Learning from expat professors in the ET department greatly ensured my capability to pursue a career in a multinational corporation. This is a great place to pilot one’s journey towards successful academic pursuit.”

  • Our programs are research-based and contain inter-related activities with the participation of national and international experts who help in the development of a joint project proposal. Students are an inseparable part of implementing research projects, conference presentations, writing a thesis through learning skills such as analyzation, problem-solving, and presentation, especially in English.
  • ET Club- where students get together to exchange ideas, create experimental designs, build environmental monitoring devices, and present in student conferences. 
  • Field trips with students from international and local universities to explore natural resources. 
  • Internship opportunities in Mongolian and Korean engineering and environmental technology laboratories.


Are you ready to take the next step toward your future career?