Lomonosov Moscow State University has set 114th in the most recent World University Rankings arranged by British-based instruction experts QS Quacquarelli Symonds.
The rankings, distributed Tuesday, are generally thought to be one of the conclusive pointers of worldwide instructive execution.
Moscow’s State University, or MGU, was the most noteworthy positioned Russian college on this current year’s eleventh release of the QS rundown, climbing six spots from a year ago.
The college is the most generally acclaimed instructive organization in Russia and was positioned the nation’s best by Interfax news office and radio station Ekho Moskvy prior this late spring.
MGU was likewise refered to among the creating scene’s main 10 colleges last December by the Times Higher Education BRICS & Emerging Economies positioning.
Taking all things together, 21 Russian colleges offered on the rundown, which positioned 863 colleges around the world.
Joining MGU in the main 400 were St. Petersburg’s State University (233rd), Bauman Moscow State Technical University (322nd) Novosibirsk State University (328th), and the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (399th).
Topping the rankings for the third year running is the U.s. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, or MIT, which scored good grades in all cases.
Britain’s University of Cambridge and Imperial College London came in second and third place, individually, with the U.s.’ Harvard University and Britain’s Oxford University coming in fourth and fifth spot.
The colleges were positioned as per eight distinctive criteria: research, employability, educating, offices, internationalization, development, specialism and access.