EDUCATION MINISTER TALKS OVER CAMBRIDGE PROGRAM WITH BRITISH AMBASSADOR

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Ulaanbaatar/MONTSAME/ On June 13, Ts.Tsogzolmaa, Minister of Education, Culture, Science and Sport, met Philip Malone, Ambassador of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to Mongolia.
At the meeting, the Minister underlined expanding bilateral ties in many sectors, especially in educational sector. She said, “The introduction of the UK’s Cambridge Assessment International Education contributed Mongolia to step up its educational sector reform. Every year, Mongolian government is providing a significant amount of funding from the state budget through the Ministry to implement this program. Thus, it is the time for both sides to discuss and make the next decision on how to continue the Cambridge Program and how to conduct efficient program for many children.”
In turn, the Ambassador said, “I met with corresponding representatives of the Cambridge Assessment International Education when I was in the UK. We are ready to cooperate for the program as you said”.
During the meeting, he also expressed his gratitude that Mongolia collaborates with British Government to train 15 young people each year under Chevening Scholarship, and expressed its readiness to continue the cooperation in this field.
M.Unurzul