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Department of English Education
English Education Department seeks to train up effective and innovative English teachers across Mongolia and Central Asia with a high-quality education that guides students to service with honesty, integrity, humility and professionalism.
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 give an entrance exam as part of the admission process.
The Entrance Exam consists of three sections: Grammar & Vocabulary, Essay. Applicants of English Education department must give skill test. Skill test consists of essay writing on relevant topic.
70% Entrance Exam (20% Grammar / Essay 40% / Speaking 40%)
30% Statement of Purpose & Recommendation Letter
- Language Lab
- Extensive Reading
- Seminar in Cultural Studies
- Introduction to English Literature
- Introduction to English
- Teaching Methodology
- Principle of Education
- Educational Psychology
- English Translation Practice
Meet our Faculties
Lecturer, Department Chair
Yang Liu (sunny)
Meet our Alumni
English teacher at New Era International School
Dept. of English Education at MIU (2021)
One of the most important choices in life is a university, and earnestly I could choose the best one for myself which is MIU. Before studying at MIU, to be honest, I was not thinking of being an English teacher, but the more professors inspired me, the more my heart was filled with passion, and dream to be a teacher. The four years at MIU was a time of growth both professionally and personally, when I discovered an unknown strength of mine. Furthermore, I am always thankful to MIU professors who are not only teachers, but truly counselors in my view. Through them, I learned that being a teacher is the same as an eagle with two powerful wings. One is about teaching skills with great knowledge, and the other one is about caring for the students with a real heart, which I might never have learned if I had not studied at MIU; and so, with both wings the eagle can fly higher than any other. This is how MIU influenced me brightly and changed my perspectives from my past understanding of being a teacher. I still remember the lessons of my teachers that I use in my teaching now. Also, whoever is reading this does not feel worried about your current language level because I am sure you are much better than me compared to my freshman year, but you see now I actually teach English to many students in English. Welcome to my university.