Today the final of the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC), which is the biggest and most prestigious contest and the IT event of the year, took place in Beijing. Universities participating in Project 5-100, such as MIPT, ITMO University and the Ural Federal University take the podium.
Moscow International Education Fair (MIEF) will be held on 18-21 April. It is an annual forum, expo and study fair aimed at fostering exchanges between Russian and foreign education systems, promoting pedagogical, teaching and learning best practices for both specialists and a wide audience, and offering the widest range of choices from pre-universities to postgraduate programs as well as vocational courses.
Analysis of Times Higher Education (THE) data reveals where the world’s best colleges congregate. THE analysed the THE top 200 and top 500 universities to see which cities have the highest concentration of elite universities.
10 Russian inventions that will change the world
The 13th Annual APAIE Conference & Exhibition takes place from 25 to 29 March 2018 in Singapore. The theme of APAIE 2018 is “The Impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution on Higher Education in the Asia Pacific”.
London, 14th March 2018: The Times Higher Education (THE) announced the most international universities in the world.
Universities from 30 countries all over the world make the ranking and the elite land in the top 200.
This year's international contest top prizes for young physicists were awarded to the scientists from Project 5-100 universities.
We are excited to announce the 2018 School of Advanced Studies (SAS) second faculty search competition. Finalists, PhDs currently working in research universities in 14 countries, will get together for a Project Design Session in Tyumen (Siberia, Russia) where they self-organize into multidisciplinary teams, design and defend collective multidisciplinary research projects.
London, 28th February 2018: QS Quacquarelli Symonds has announced new QS World University Rankings by Subject and QS World University Rankings by Faculty 2018. The eighth edition of their QS World University Rankings by Subject and by Faculty provides an annual guide to the world’s leading institutions for the study of 48 different subjects and five composite subject groups.
Russia’s most cited researchers named
Moscow hosted the Web of Science Awards 2017, granted to scientists and research institutions that make outstanding contributions to scientific advancement. In total, 16 Russian scientists received awards, with four of them representing academic institutions that participate in Project 5-100.