Success Stories

Mr. Usukhbayar outside of Nasdaq stock market at Time square, New York

Leading the Technology in Health Service

Mr. Usukhbayar Ariunbold completed his Master of Biotechnology – Advanced (coursework and research) at the University of Queensland (UQ) in 2012. He applied for an Australia Award scholarship in Mongolia because Australian universities are among the best biotechnology institutions globally. Specifically, Australian universities offer an advanced study of biotechnology and also collaborate with industry and other universities around the world. Another reason he applied for the Australia Awards was favourable conditions the scholarship

Story of Ms Uyanga Tsogtsaikhan

Australian Awards alumna is helping the marginalised group

Ms Uyanga Tsogtsaikhan completed her Masters degree in Employment and Relations Law at the University of Melbourne in 2016. Her contributions to Mongolia’s development since graduating and returning from Australia have been significant.

Prior to studying in Australia, Ms Uyanga worked at the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Mongolia, a German NGO operating in the social welfare sector. Ms Uyanga worked with Friedrich Ebert

Story of Ms. Purevdulam LkhagvasurenAustralian Awards alumna is contributing to environmental sustainability in Mongolia

Ms. Purevdulam Lkhagvasuren completed her Master of Environmental Management at the University of Queensland (UQ) in 2016. Prior to her study in Australia, she was working as an Environmental specialist at Aspire Mining Limited.

Ms. Purevdulam chose to undertake her study through the Australia Awards because Australia has world class environmental management graduate programs. Similar to Mongolia

Mr. khishigt TamirMr. Khishigt Tamir

Mr Khishigt Tamir, an Australia Awards alumnus, was featured as ‘Winds of change’ in the alumni news section of Murdoch University website. After his return from Australia, Mr Tamir worked on the Salkhit wind farm, the first ever grid-connected utility sized wind farm in Mongolia and he subsequently worked on establishing the Tsetsii wind farm in the Gobi desert. Read more on Khishigt's story here..

Mrs Tsend-Ayush SharavjamtsNew First Secretary, Embassy of Mongolia in Canberra

Mrs Tsend-Ayush Sharavjamts has recently been appointed as First Secretary, Embassy of Mongolia in Canberra, Australia and is commencing her new role from 1st of August 2019.

Mrs Tsend-Ayush completed her Bachelor in Computer Science at the University of Science and Technology in 1999 and after working for 5 years at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs she decided to pursue her career in Information Systems Management in Australia

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