RUDN University in Top-100 in QS EECA rating 2016/17
RUDN is number 74 among best universities according to QS University Rankings: Emerging Europe and Central Asia 2016/17 (QS EECA).
RUDN is number 74 among best universities according to QS University Rankings: Emerging Europe and Central Asia 2016/17 (QS EECA). Internationalization criterion (the number of international students) brought RUDN University the most points (99 out of 100), which put RUDN on the 5th line of the rating in this parameter.
The rating was first published by QS agency in 2014 to reflect the positions of universities of the region considering their peculiarities and priority directions of development. the rating is built on 9 key criteria: academic reputation, employer's opinion, teaching staff-students ratio, proportion of PhD and DSc holders. publication activities, citation index, proportion of international students and Internet presence.
Annually QS EECA assesses more than 500 universities from 30 countries. In 2016, 200 best universities of the region entered the list, among them 64 Russian universities.
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