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Welcome to the BSU recruitment page.

The British School of Ulaanbaatar (BSU) is seeking to recruit dynamic, motivated and enthusiastic teaching professionals to join our successful teaching team for the September 2017 start.

BSU is located in Ulaanbaatar, the capital city of Mongolia. The school opened in September 2012 and has grown to a size of 345 pupils aged between 3 and 18. It provides an education that enables its students to be accepted to universities and colleges around the world and contributes to the Mongolian-English speaking community to meet the ever growing demand for an internationally recognised education. The school follows a curriculum based on the Early Years Foundation Stage programme, the National Curriculum of England and Wales and Cambridge IGCSE and AS/A2 examination programmes of study. Our curriculum is complemented with the teaching of Mongolian History and Language.

Working in Mongolia will be a rewarding experience and an opportunity to really make a difference. We provide a unique chance to experience life in a fascinating part of the world. If you find the idea of teaching in beautiful location steeped in history, please read the information about teaching at BSU and watch our recruitment video.

Local Appointments

IT TECHNICIAN 

TEACHING ASSISTANT 

ENGLISH AS AN ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE (EAL) 

Teacher Appointments

Current vacancies can now be found on the TES website.

Principal Appointment

Current principal vacancy can now be found on the TES website.

A full job description, principal guidebook and person specification are available to download below links.

 

Application Process:

     Send - a copy of your recent curriculum vitae

a letter of application

contact details for three professional referees

a recent photograph

Please state clearly the position you are applying for in the subject line of the email.

Applications are welcome from teaching couples.

All applications should be sent to recruitment@britishschool.edu.mn

 

BSU Recruitment Video 2016 / 2017:

     

STAFF ORIENTATION HANDBOOK 2017-2018