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Nomiin ger school

We do things a bit differently, and that's the way we like it!

Photo Khishge Our Founder Nomiin Ger scaled e1599661396640Our vision at Nomiin Ger is to reach out to those who are interested in Mongolian language and culture all around the world. Nomiin Ger is a dynamic Language and Culture school, offering formal in person as well as remote language lessons.  In addition, our website serves as a digital hub for all things Mongolia related, such as free lessons, quizzes, language puzzles, vocabulary info-graphs, up to date blog posts, grammar explanations, societal studies, and much more to help everybody learn the Mongolian language and keep up to date with the rapid, exciting, cultural and developmental changes that modern Mongolia is experiencing.  Through constant growth and a team of passionate, motivated Mongolians and Mongolia enthusiasts, we strive to be the top provider of Mongolian Language lessons as well as an unmatched database of free language resources on the internet, available to all.



Khishge Bagsh, Founder and Director of Studies at Nomiin Ger

about us

We aim to provide non-Mongolian speakers and foreign persons living in Mongolia with information on Mongolian culture and language based on needs and interests. To fulfill our goals and better serve our customers, we established our training center “Nomiinger” in 2013.

Since then we have successfully trained and taught Mongolian language and culture to various groups of foreign people, businesses and organizations that include the British Embassy in Mongolia, Porsche Ulaanbaatar, Peace Corps, OyuTolgoi LLC, Leighton Mongolia, as well as American School of Mongolia and British School of Mongolia.

Currently we are providing training sessions to many foreign residents through our online training program, customers from the US, Australia, Canada, South Korea, Philippines, China, Italy, Spain, Belgium and more.

In addition to online training via Skype, we organize training sessions on-site at our training center.

We provide Mongolian language and culture training programs for the duration of 3-day to 2-year, and a foreign students may acquire a 3-month to 2 year student visa to study at our training center.

Custom-designed lessons based on a particular student’s needs or interests are our specialty. The Mongolian language lessons focus on speaking and listening skills, which we believe is the foundation of learning Mongolian. One may also be interested in traditional culture, or modern culture where knowing your fellow Mongolian colleague’s culture and lifestyle will help you better understand Mongolia. We also teach, on request, the traditional Mongolian script.

In addition to classroom lessons, we organize various cultural and training events out of the training center as well.

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The staff

Our instructors have specialized experience in Mongolian Language teaching ranging from 2 – 15 years. They have a deep understanding of the obstacles encountered by foreigners learning such a challenging language as well as an appreciation for the struggles and adventures that come with day to day  living in Mongolia.

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Oyunaa Bagsh

My name is Oyunbileg, but you can call me Oyu, which means Turquoise.  I was born in the Mongolian Countryside in Bulgan Province, which is about 300km west of Ulaanbaatar. My home is known for its beautiful nature and inactive volcanoes called “Uran Togoo”, “Tulga”, “Burkheer” we are also known for Mongolia’s best ‘Airag’ which is fermented mare’s milk.  We drink it in the summer time.

Although my childhood was spent in Bulgan, I have been living in Ulaanbaatar since 2000. Ulaanbaatar is a metropolis of Mongolia which is full of busy people and cars.  It is much more hectic than my home of Bulgan. If I hate the hustle and bustle of the city I can enjoy some peace in nature by going out of town for a few hours. 

I like to teach Mongolian language because I like to learn languages and help/support people. and it is an opportunity to meet like minded people, the language learners.  Also we can share our cultures in this way!

Aamaa Bagsh

Aamaa Bagsh

My name is Erdene-Amgalan but you can call my Aamaa.  I’m a native Mongolian speaker and was born and raised in Ulaanbaatar. I have been teaching Mongolian online for about 2 years. I understand a little English and Japanese.

I like getting to know people from different cultures and lifestyles through meaningful conversation. You can improve your conversational skills with me. Please also view me more like a friend than a teacher. I want people to enjoy speaking without being nervous. I’m a friendly and easy-going person so I think I can make you feel comfortable to practice and learn Mongolian with me.

I will be happy to teach you my knowledge about my language, culture and lifestyle.

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Tuvshee Bagsh

Enkhtuvshin (Tuvshee) has been teaching with Nomiin Ger for many years.  She is originally from Khovd Aimag, and she moved to Ulaanbaatar when she was a child.

Some of the things she enjoys about city life are Ulaanbaatar’s museums on Mongolian History, the many new coffee shops that have recently sprung up, and its book stores as well.

She enjoys teaching Mongolian language because, in her words, ‘By teaching my mother tongue it is a great opportunity for me to express parts of Mongolian culture to others around the world, and also learn about my students’ culture’. 


Aagii Bagsh

I am from Uws Aimag. Which is the far west, a very remote part of Mongolia.  My hometown is called Ulaangom.  Uws aimag has some beautiful mountains and lakes that local people and foreign tourists enjoy in the summer.

Recently I have moved to Ulaanbaatar and am still adjusting to city life.  It is so different from living in the countryside in a ger.  Ulaanbaatar has many more opportunities for me but I miss the nature and clean air of my hometown. 

In my free time I like reading, singing, and dancing.  I am learning some traditional Mongolian dances at the moment. I also love to teach Mongolian because through our language I can show Mongolia’s uniqueness. It is also a great opportunity for me to express parts of Mongolian culture to others around the world, and also learn about my student’s culture.  I really hope that you will enjoy sharing Mongolia’s culture with me, and that you find the language learning to be a great benefit for you as well!



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