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The British educational analytics company Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) has published its latest subject rankings of the world’s universities. This year, ITMO University has moved up in several categories – including computer science, mathematics, and chemistry.
The new ranking’s goal is to evaluate businesses’ level of satisfaction with the training possessed by specialists in high tech fields. An employer survey serves as the core part of the ranking.
This time, ITMO was ranked 36th – 10 positions higher than last year. Since the ranking’s introduction in 2014, ITMO has managed to get up by 64 positions.
This year was a year like no other. We started it ready to celebrate ITMO’s 120th anniversary, but before we knew it, our entire digital infrastructure was put to the test. Though it was not an experience anyone could be prepared for, our staff and students handled it like champs. Truly, it was a jubilee year to remember. So, let’s look back at some of 2020’s top news and what we’ve achieved here at ITMO University!
The RAEX ranking agency has published its first series of subject rankings, consisting of 10 lists of leading universities in various subject areas. ITMO University was included in five of them: Information Technologies; Mechanical Engineering and Robotics; Mathematics; Engineering and Technology; and Economics and Management.
The Best Global Universities Ranking is published by the American media company U.S. News & World Report. While the company has been assessing the quality of American universities for the past 30 years, it also began compiling an international version in 2014.
On August 15, a new edition of the Academic Ranking of World Universities was presented. It is considered one of the most objective rankings, as it is compiled on the universities’ bibliometric indicators and takes into account the number of prestigious award winners among their graduates and staff.
The ranking agency RAEX has published its ninth annual ranking of Russia’s best universities. Timed to coincide with the start of university admissions, it aims to help prospective students decide on their future place of study.
The latest edition of the QS World University Rankings, published annually by the UK company Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), has been unveiled. This year, 1,002 universities from 93 countries were included in the ranking. ITMO University has once again demonstrated growth, entering the list of the world’s top 400 universities.
The Indicator popular science website completed its annual ranking of the quality of university press services. It assessed the results of science popularization by the participants of Project 5-100 in 2019: the number of scientific press releases, the diversity of formats, social media presence and activity, as well as translation of materials to English and their distribution around the world. As with the previous two years, ITMO University made it to the top 5 of the ranking.