The delegates from the MNUMS have been working at Georgia State University, USA.
Presidents of the two universities Professor Brian Blake, and Professor Khurelbaatar Nyamdavaa have signed a Memorandum of Understanding and started cooperation between the two universities.
Founded in 1913, Georgia State University in Atlanta has 54,000 students in 250 programs and is one of the largest public universities in the United States.
MNUMS officials held a meeting with Georgia State University's Senior Vice President Dr. Nicole Parsons-Pollart, Deputy Vice President Dr. Carrie Manning, Vice President Mrs. Heather Huesley, the CEO of the International Education Exchange Association Mr. Jay Jongyul Lee, and other officials. They discussed further cooperation in the fields
of Bio-Medicine, Public Health, and Health Law, which includes staff and student exchange programs and joint academic projects.
The MNUMS will recruit 50 international students for the 2+4 English Medical Doctor Program.
The President of MNUMS has officially invited the President of Georgia State University and other officials to visit our university and to organize a Joint International Symposium.
International students of MNUMS who studies at the English Medical Program in English will be trained at the Methodist Hospital and Cardiovascular Center during a summer clinical clerkship in the city of San Antonio.