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About American School of Ulaanbaatar

The American School of Ulaanbaatar (ASU) is an international school founded in 2006. We are a private school with internationally recognized accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). Our student population is about 85% Mongolian, with the remainder composed of students from more than 20 different countries.

Fast Facts
School location:  Zaisan Area, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
The year that ASU was founded:  2006
Number of students enrolled that first year:  160
Enrollment for 2022-2023:  750
Managing Director of the school:  Ms. Oyunsuren Dugarjav
Elementary School Principal:  Ms. Joanne Effa
Secondary School Principal:  Mr. Tom Kaualoku
Full-time faculty:  110
Teaching assistants:  13
Sports Team Name:  Wolves

Vision

To be a community that encourages academic, physical, and creative development, fosters a passion for learning, and inspires intellectual curiosity. 

Mission

We empower our students to acquire and embrace knowledge, be intellectually reflective, be caring and ethical citizens, and lead a lifetime of meaningful work. ASU prepares students through rigorous, student-driven academic and co-curricular programs to succeed in English-speaking colleges and universities and to contribute to a rapidly changing global society.

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American School of Ulaanbaatar contact information

Address: Zaisan Hill 11, Ulaanbaatar, Ulan Bator, 52, Mongolia
Phone: +976 11 348888

Mongolia at a glance

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Capital: Ulaanbaatar

Language: Mongolian

Population: 2.9 million

Currency: Togrog (MNT)

Government: Parliamentary constitutional republic

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Mongolia’s capital is Ulaanbaatar, or Ulan Bator, which comes from the Mongolian Ulayanbayatur, which means “Red Hero.”
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Mongolia is referred to as “Land of the Blue Sky” because it has over 260 sunny days a year.
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The Gobi desert, a part of which lies in Mongolia, is the largest desert in Asia and is the fifth largest in the world.
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Snow leopards are native to Mongolia, and one-third of the world’s population lives there. A snow leopard cannot roar or purr.
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The most popular Mongolian sport is bökh (durability),or wrestling, and the most important tournament is held on Mongolia’s Independence Day.
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The Mongolian traditional costume is called the deel, which is similar to a caftan or old European-style folded tunic.
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Mongolia’s national dish is a steamed dumpling filled with meat (usually beef or mutton) called Buuz.
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