RUDN included in the ranking of the best universities in Eurasia according to the Times Higher Education (THE)

RUDN included in the ranking of the best universities in Eurasia according to the Times Higher Education (THE)

RUDN was included in the list of the best universities in Eurasia according to the Times Higher Education (THE). The list of University Ranking of Eurasia Nations was presented in Kazan at the THE summit of the leading scientific research.

When compiling the list, THE general indicators were taken into account: learning environment, research, citations, international outlook and industry income.

Editor-in-chief of THE World University Rankings Phil Batty noted that Russia is a leader in terms of the quality of education, research and knowledge transfer.

THE University Ranking of Eurasia Nations is published for the first time. The universities of 16 countries are ranked in the list, including Russia, Azerbaijan, Iran, Kazakhstan, Turkey and others. In all, 74 universities were included in the ranking. 27 Russian universities are among the best.

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