The Times Higher Education (THE) publishes the latest subject tables in the THE World University Rankings series, with new subject rankings announced in Social Sciences, Law, Education and Business & Economics.
Times Higher Education has revealed World University Rankings 2018 arts and humanities subject ranking. This year’s arts and humanities ranking has grown to include 400 institutions, up from 100 last year. This ranking highlights the universities that are leading across art, performing arts, languages, and history, philosophy, theology, architecture and archaeology subjects.
QS Quacquarelli Symonds has announced the world’s 500 leading universities for nurturing of graduates’ employability by publishing a new edition of QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2018.
Six Russian universities, Project 5-100 participants, have been listed in the rankings. Higher School of Economics is ranked most highly by employers. It makes a strong showing in the top 300 best universities.
Russia has 12 institutions – Project 5-100 participants - in THE World University Ranking 2018 top-1000
The Times Higher Education today publishes the 14th annual edition of its World University Rankings.
In Russia, 18 institutions are included in the list of the top 1,000 universities, twelve of which are Russian Academic Excellence Project 5-100 participants completing the ranking table of global universities from 77 countries.
The only Russian institutions that have made progress this year are Project 5-100 participants. They have also been listed in the top three Russian institutions for the third year in a row and featured as one of Russia’s strongest performers in the rankings.
On August 15, the results of the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU), one of the most authoritative international global university rankings, were published. Despite serious competition among the world's leading universities, Novosibirsk State University (NSU), which participates in the Russian Academic Excellence Project 5-100, retained its position in the ranking, remaining in the 401-500 group.
The end of July 2017 saw the publication of another Webometrics Ranking of World Universities by the authoritative Spanish research group Cybermetrics Lab. This international ranking assesses both university websites and the presence of universities themselves in the Internet space by a number of parameters.
Higher School of Economics (HSE), Russian Academic Excellence Project 5-100 participant, has broken into the top 50 this year. It is the world’s 48th-highest-ranked young university. The QS Top 50 Under 50 has highlighted the world’s top universities under 50 years old, based on the latest QS World University Rankings.
Shanghai Ranking: Global Ranking of Academic Subjects (ARWU) results were announced on June 28, 2017.
12 of the top universities are in Russia, eight of which are Russian Academic Excellence Project 5-100 participants completing the list of elite institutions worldwide.
Russia has broken new ground in this year’s ranking continuing to stand out from a field of competitors and gain a more competitive edge. This country has contributed to ensuring and promoting competitive and dynamic environment educational institutions operate in.
Russian universities, Project 5-100 participants, record significant improvements in latest QS tables
Russian universities have significantly improved their positions in the QS World University Rankings 2017/2018.
Data from the World University Rankings reveal 965 top universities. Russia appears in the list with 24 universities featured, 15 of which are Project 5-100 - Russian Academic Excellence Project - participants.
NAFSA-2017: leading Russian universities are becoming a development hub on the global market of educational services
Project 5-100 took part in the annual Conference&Expo NAFSA - one of the largest and most significant forums on global education. This time the expo was held in Los Angeles. 15 Project 5-100 participants presented the Russian Higher School on a single national project stand in the format of Study in Russia, one of the objectives of which is to increase the worldwide recognition of universities. This is the second International Conference this year, where Project 5-100 participants were present. In March, the joint stand of the Project 5-100 was successfully exhibited at APAIE in Chinese Taipei (Taiwan). At the NAFSA 2017 Conference & Expo, Deputy Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation Lyudmila Ogorodova led the Russian delegation.