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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.
Two weeks ago, the RUR Rankings Agency published its World University Rankings, in which ITMO University took 360th place, landing in the Bronze League. Today, on May 13, results have been announced of RUR’s country-specific edition, with the Russian ranking listing 82 universities divided in four leagues based on the amount of points they scored. As last year, ITMO University has made it to the top of the list – the Diamond League.
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RUR World University Rankings evaluates the performance of 829 of the world’s leading higher education institutions from 80 countries. Compared to last year, ITMO University went up 85 places to 360th, moving up from the Copper to the Bronze League. In 2019, ITMO University was placed in the Diamond League among Russian universities.
THE University Impact Rankings is the world’s only ranking to assess universities based on their contributions to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Participating universities must contribute to at least four SDGs, including the 17th – development of global partnerships. This year, ITMO University was included in four categories, all named after the corresponding goals: no poverty (SDG 1), industry, innovation and infrastructure (SDG 9), sustainable cities and communities (SDG 11), and partnerships for the goals (SDG 17). In the general ranking, ITMO was included among the global top 400 and received numbered positions in all four categories; in one category, the university was ranked among the top 100.
The RAEX agency has, for the first time, ranked Russian universities based on their influence. The list features the higher education institutions that hold the most weight in forming the country’s elite, as well as among the scientific community, youth, and internet audiences. The defining feature of this research is that as per the agency’s working approach, it is based on objective statistics from Russian and international resources.
QS WUR by Subject 2020: ITMO Tops Russian Electrical & Electronic Engineering Ranking, Climbs Further in Others
Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), one of the world’s foremost authorities on the assessment of higher education, has published its annual list of university rankings by subject. This year, ITMO University was included in seven subject rankings, improving on last year’s six. The St. Petersburg-based university has been named the top Russian university in the Electrical & Electronic Engineering ranking for the second year in a row and was also included on the ranking’s global top-250.
ITMO University has been ranked among the top 40 universities in countries with emerging economies as part of the Times Higher Education Emerging Economies University Rankings-2020. The full ranking was published on February 18, 2020. The St. Petersburg-based university has strengthened its position and rose up to the 35th spot after placing 53rd last year. All in all, the latest THE ranking includes more than 400 universities.