School of Nursing

Message from the Dean

Welcome to School of Nursing’s website!

With a deep history of more than 90 years of development, the team of the School of Nursing, which has continuously trained skilled nurses, midwives, physical therapists, occupational therapists and other specialists, has made a valuable contribution to the development of the health sector, and has shared their accumulated knowledge experience and health care. We are full of desire to work with you to contribute to the development of the country by introducing science and technology progress and innovation in our services..

   In addition to getting acquainted with our vision, mission, values, proud academics, teachers, and specialized departments, you will also get information about the priorities of the School of Nursing, especially research priorities, capabilities, resources, external cooperation, and implemented projects. This website also provides information about graduate and post-graduate programs, faculty development, and student development, as well as library and archival services, tuition grants, development loans, and scholarships.

  To jointly solve the global problems faced by humanity we are organizing these projects. “Sustainable Development Goals”, “Vision 2050” at the national-level, “University Development Policy 2030” at the organizational-level and to create a better society and a bright world in the future, we aim to train skilled professionals, equip them with skills that do not become “obsolete” in a changing lifestyle, and to become the “global” citizens.

I encourage you to explore our website to learn more about our programs and all the ways you can connect with the School of Nursing.

Take care of yourself and wish you all the best!

Professor Oyungoo Badamdorj M.D., Ph.D
Dean of School of Nursing, MNUMS


The mission of School of Nursing is to become a model school of Nursing and
Rehabilitation that meets customer’s requirements and implements the innovation.


93 years of abundant historical experiences
Policies of combining tradition and innovation
Academic freedom, transparency, and integrity
Comprehensive and equitable teamwork
Teachers who innovate new idea and new technology
Highly skilled graduates to lead the field

   School of Nursing was established in 1929 as the first school in the field of Health Care under the name of first nursing course with the decision of the People’s Government.

   History of the School of Nursing’s name:

In 1974, Salvador Allende School
In 1985, Nursing Junior School
In 1997, Medical College of the University of Medicine
In 2003, School of Nursing, Health Sciences University of Mongolia
In 2011, School of Health Technology, Health Sciences University of Mongolia
Since 2013,  School of Nursing, Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences

   It is the only medical school that has been accredited by the Asia Pacific Accreditation and Certification Commission (APACC) on December 20, 2012, and on September 8, 2016, it was awarded the International ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System. The System was implemented for the first time in the field of education in Mongolia, and the vision, mission, quality policy and motto of the school were determined according to the standards.

   The School of Nursing offers undergraduate programs such as Nursing /Bachelor, Graded Bachelor/ 4 years, 1 year; Nursing /Diploma/ 3 years, Traditional Medicine Nursing /Diploma/ 3 years, Midwifery /Bachelor, Graded Bachelor/ 4 years, 1 year; Physical Therapy/Bachelor/ 4 years and Occupational Therapy/Bachelor/ 4 years.

   Also, 9 different fields of education trainings are organized for 1.5-2 years of graduate program, 3-years of post-graduate program, post-graduation training, specialized and professional development training.

   A total of more than 12,000 students have graduated from our school, and currently 1,658 students are studying. More than 90% of graduates are fully employed within the first 6 months. During the study period, students can participate in development programs, clubs as well as financial support and aid.

   Within the framework of the Government Resolution more than 90% of all students studying in Nursing, Physical therapy and Occupational therapy are eligible for grants, and all students are eligible for student development loans and other scholarships.

   The school has a total of 7 departments: Department of Fundamental of Nursing, Department of Public Health Nursing, Department of Adult Nursing, Department of Midwife, Maternal and Child Nursing, Department of Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy, Department of Basic Medical Sciences, Department of Basic Sciences, with more than 100 scientists and teachers.