The International School of Ulaanbaatar Libraries serve students from Pre-K through Grade 12, as well as the faculty and the wider school community. As such, both libraries are busy hubs in the school. Staffed with a full-time Teacher-Librarian and Educational Assistant as well as a Library Clerk, the libraries offer a flexibly-scheduled instructional program that is fully integrated with the curriculum. The Teacher-Librarian works closely with the IB Coordinators and teachers to collaboratively plan and teach information literacy skills across all curricula.

The ISU Libraries regularly showcase special literacy events including author visits, guest speakers, and student presentations. In collaboration with the ISU school community the libraries and their staff champion intellectual freedom and promote access to, and the ethical use of, information in all formats.

Explore the Library Resources

Primary Library
Primary Library

The Primary Library is the hub of the Lower School, offering students, teachers, and parents a variety of specialized resources.

Secondary Library
Secondary Library

As students transition into the Middle and Upper Schools at ISU, the Secondary Library becomes their new home for research, information gathering, and learning.

Meet the Team

A team that fosters a love of reading and values every student's interests, learning styles and abilities, and provides access to information, books, and media in a variety of formats. ISU Library Staff cultivate a desire to read with a wide range of genres, subjects, and formats on hand.

Eleanor Surridge


Denzendolgor Batsukh

Lower Library EA

Battsetseg Damdindorj

Middle/Upper Library Clerk