Hello! My name is Namdavaa Solongo. I am Mongolian. I want to thank you for inviting me to the interview.
About yourself: I finished school in 2013. I did not know Russian at that time, but I had a goal to study abroad on a budget. In school, I found information about the opportunity to study in Russia at the Russian center of science and culture in Utslan Bator. However, I had a huge goal - to learn a difficult but also interesting Russian language. In addition, I did it, passed the exam, and achieved my goal, which is to get a quota.
Why did you choose our University to study? It was in April 2014, and almost in August, I learned that I sent to Irkutsk state University. To be honest, at first I was not very happy, because I wanted to go to Moscow or to St. Petersburg. In addition, in 2014, in September, coming to Irkutsk, I realized that in fact the city of Irkutsk has many advantages. First, I studied at Irkutsk National Research Technical University for one year in a preparatory course, and then entered the Institute of social Sciences of Irkutsk state University in 2015, majoring in social work.
What gave you training? What was especially interesting and memorable? Our profession is necessary in various areas of our life. And each field has its own characteristics, and specialists have very strict requirements, so it seems only those who love this profession can work. In our field, a good specialist must have such qualities as humanism, care, and responsibility. It must be emotionally stable. He must have excellent communication and organizational skills. I can confidently say that during the learning we taught this all. It was difficult for a foreign student for the first 2 years, but people in ISU supported me and were always ready to help. During learning, students choose their area where they want to work, their category, and where they want to work with through practice. I personally chose unemployed young people. I wrote a diploma on this topic and now I am working on it.
About getting a job in Mongolia: I work at the career development center as a job search consultant, develop regional, municipal, and corporate social programs, and create social projects for young people and people with disabilities. After graduating from high school in August, I got a job where I wanted to work. My first task was to create a project for the international Bank to solve the problems of employment of young people and people with disabilities in Mongolia. I recently found out that the project I wrote was successful. This is all thanks to our home University. I want to say to the teachers from the bottom of my heart "many thanks" for what you are, for putting a lot of knowledge and effort into us, for never sparing your strength, emotions, time and care. Thank you for our upbringing and education. We wish you, our favorite people long years of successful teaching, inexhaustible enthusiasm and optimism, bright happiness in life and good miracles on the way.