Deputy Education Minister works in GermanySociety
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ Heads of some Mongolian universities and academic institutions led by Deputy Minister of Education, Culture, Science and Sports G.Ganbayar worked in the Federal Republic of Germany in October.
The delegation visited the Humboldt University of Berlin, Free University of Berlin, University of Bonn, Technical University of Cologne, Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences, Technical University of Munich, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, and University of Music and Performing Arts Munich. Exchanging views on bilateral cooperation while getting acquainted with the universities' activities, the representatives agreed with some of the universities to establish cooperation memorandums and agreements after studying possibilities.
Deputy Minister G.Ganbayar talked with authorities of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research and German Academic Exchange Service about intensifying cooperation in historical, archaeological, and cultural areas in addition to running joint scholarship programs and increasing teacher and student exchanges. At the end of the meeting, the sides agreed to cooperate on a joint scholarship program agreement.
Moreover, the Deputy Education Minister and Head of the Institute of History and Archaeology of Mongolian Academy of Sciences S.Chuluun had discussions with authorities of the Asian/African studies faculty of the Humboldt University of Berlin, Ethnological Museum of Berlin, and Berlin State Library about the opportunities for collaborating in releasing books about Mongolian heritages in Germany, transferring Mongolian cultural heritages to the fund of the planned Museum of Chinggis Khaan, and showcasing copies of the items at the museum under the ‘Mongolian Heritages Around the World’ project and the project on the establishment of Museum of Chinggis Khaan.
The German side voiced its interest in cooperating on the projects and the museum and library authorities showed the unique Mongolian exhibits, books, and pictures they keep to the Mongolian delegation, expressing readiness to hand over copies of them.