The Mongolian Young Scholars Program (MYSP) is a weeklong intensive academic program intended to introduce Mongolian high school students to university-level liberal arts courses and provide guidance on the global college-admission process. At MYSP, students are exposed to the values of a liberal arts education provided through seminars taught by current Mongolian and international college students from top universities around the world, including Harvard, Stanford, MIT, Brown, and Princeton. Along with daily seminars, MYSP also includes daily college prep sessions on SAT, university selection, financial aid, college essay writing, and the admission process.
The program was established in 2011. In 2013, Zorig Foundation assumed responsibility for implementing the program. The Zorig Foundation is a Mongolian non-governmental organization dedicated to strengthen human rights, political freedoms, social justice, good governance, and democratic values in Mongolian society.
Student participants are recruited through a nationwide application process based on academic performance, English-language proficiency, and extra-curricular activities.
Due date for application: May 1, 2017 23:59 PM
The program is scheduled for August 7 - 13, 2017
WHO CAN APPLY?
MYSP aims to prepare students for admissions abroad. Students who are in their last 2 years of high school or who are graduating in May 2017 and taking a gap will benefit the most from this program.
- Strong academic background
- Shows a strong desire to start his/her undergraduate studies abroad
- Involved in extra-curricular activities
- Someone who is not shy to speak English 24/7 :)
FIRST: This round is an online application form comprised of short and long essay questions.
SECOND: After online application screening, we will notify the selected candidates over a phone call and invite them for a short interview at Zorig Foundation. The main purpose of the interview process is to get to know the candidate on a more personal level.
If you have any questions, please contact Zorig Foundation.