Why do we offer Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Resources and Technology for you?

This is a unique opportunity to improve and widen your knowledge and research skills in engineering and science. The goal: to get your dream job in the Mongolian industry, and beyond.

Why shall you study the Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Resources and Technology? 
This Master of Science (M.Sc.) is designed to build on your existing engineering and natural sciences knowledge, and prepares you to complete independent and application-oriented research work.  You will expand your professional skills, and you will gain deep insights into cutting-edge research methodologies. 
Additionally, you will develop a high level of personal autonomy and accountability, enriched by the knowledge and skills you acquired in the theoretical modules and electives. 
Throughout this degree program, you can expect varied teaching and learning experiences that include laboratory work, discussions of real-world scenarios, self-driven projects, interactions with leading industry corporations, and lectures by Mongolian, German and international professors. Overall, the Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Resources and Technology facilitates research, critical evaluation, and the application of knowledge and skills with creativity and initiative. This set of valuable benefits as well as close contacts to the Mongolian industry will boost up your career.

What is special about this brand-new Master’s program?
This postgraduate program is co-designed with GMIT’s German Partner universities and is tailored to the specific needs of the industry in Mongolia and beyond. Since its very beginning, GMIT has been partnering with leading international companies to provide practical learning and authentic workplace experiences. Therefore, M.Sc. students take the industry-linked "Advanced Research Project“ and their research-oriented Master‘s Thesis, in close cooperation with the industry, often with their own employers. 

The M.Sc. in Resources and Technology perfectly addresses industry demand by providing this career-oriented, practical study program with a strong theoretical underpinning. The program consists of core modules (with a focus on research methods for engineers and scientists), a wide range of electives (including interdisciplinary modules), the Advanced Research Project, and the Master‘s Thesis. This creates a considerable choice of specializations, and addresses the needs and interests of students with a background in both, engineering and natural sciences.

Why to get your Master degree from GMIT? 

The Master of Science in Resources and Technology prepares you to be successful in engineering and applied research. You will be able to develop and integrate ideas and practices to tackle the engineering challenges of the 21st century. The study program has been carefully designed and is constantly reviewed in order to acquaint you with the most relevant concepts and methodologies required in today’s fast-moving work environment. 
Teaching and research at GMIT are characterized by strong practice-orientation and dedication to foster creative and critical thinking. This practice-orientation, the promotion of professional and personal development of its students, and the international character, makes GMIT a model university in Mongolia. The Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Resources and Technology is following a two years (four academic semesters) postgraduate education program with 120 Credit Points (ECTS-CP), according to European standards. The M.Sc. study program provides you fantastic job opportunities: firstly, after graduation, you are fully qualified to work in international and Mongolian corporations; secondly, you speak the global language of science and engineering fluently. Furthermore, this Master's program offers a strong-practice orientation: Besides lectures, you are trained in the lab as well as in the field. Excursions and meetings with experts connect you to potential employers and provide insights into future career options.

The skills and knowledge attained in this postgraduate degree program ideally prepares you for employment as engineer or scientist in research and development. Typical working fields include mining, process engineering, manufacturing, mechanical systems design, electrical power generation, renewable energy systems, environmental engineering, project management, industrial engineering and more. 
Additionally, after graduation you might be entitled to progress towards PhD studies in engineering, science or related fields at GMIT and other international universities.

Qualified Bachelor degree holders may submit applications in Spring and Autumn (for Spring Semester, start: February 1) or July 31 (for Fall Semester, start: October 1).
Please register online: http://gmit.edu.mn/register and upload following documents: 
  • Bachelor’s degree diploma;
  • Transcript of Academic Records;
  • Certificate of English proficiency, e.g. IELTS or TOEFL (alternatively: GMIT English placement test);
  •  Letter of Motivation (in English);
  • CV/resume (in English);
  • Copy of National ID card.
We are looking forward to receiving your application. To apply, visit our registration page for step-by-step application instructions: 

Tuition fees 
For an international, first-class education, our tuition fees are competitive: MNT 133.000 per credit point (CP).

Entry requirements 
Recognized bachelor degree in engineering or natural science with at least 180 ECTS-CP, or equivalent. Bachelor degree holders of the following study programs are welcome:  
  Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronical Engineering, Civil Engineering, 
  Raw Materials Engineering, Process Engineering, Chemical Engineering, 
  Energy and Electrical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, 
  Industrial Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Geosciences, and Information Technology;
English language proficiency: ILETS 6.0, TOEFL 60-78, or GMIT English placement test. Please note: Candidates who don‘t fulfill C1 competence level in English language have to participate in an intensive preparatory language course;
Successful completion of selection interviews.
If you are not sure if you meet the ECTS-CP requirements, please get in touch with GMIT Admission Committee for clarification: admission@gmit.edu.mn

The Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Resources and Technology is a two-year study program with 120 ECTS-CP. Enrolled M.Sc. students must complete the following modules successfully to obtain this prestigious GMIT degree:
Core modules (scientific and engineering methods)
Design of Experiments 
Engineering Statistics 
Optimization Techniques 
Engineering Ethics 
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Electives (Wide range of elective modules for the following specializations)
  • Research and Development (R&D) Methods for Industry
  • Technology in Mining and Industry
  • Engineering Methods, e.g. for Mechanical, Process or Energy Engineering
  • Sustainable Resource Utilization
  • Innovation and Technology Management
  • Technical/Engineering Project Management
  • Academic Writing in English
Advanced Research Project
Master‘s Thesis

  • Study and research experience at a state university with internationally accredited programs;
  • Skills and knowledge in future-oriented fields of engineering and natural sciences;
  • Theoretical and practical research guidance from international experts;
  • Robust research environment with excellent laboratories and first-class facilities such as modern lecture rooms, well-equipped library with international textbooks, and state-of-the-art computer labs with world-class professional software solutions, e.g. Aspen Plus, MATLAB, LIMN The Flowsheet Processor, Maptek Vulcan 12, and COMSOL Physics;
  • Improved English language knowledge, including Technical English;
  • Innovative modules to develop specialized technical knowledge, and interdisciplinary approaches;
  • Valuable and recognized Master of Science (M.Sc.) degree with strong focus on applied research;
  • Networking contacts and professional career opportunities at international and Mongolian companies;
  • Significant improvement of income, and global corporate careers;
  • Preparation for continuing in an academic career, e.g. PhD