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Lomonosov Moscow State University enters Top-50 RUR

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Lomonosov Moscow State University enters Top-50 RUR


Flickr/ peretzpLomonosov Moscow State University has entered the Top-50 best universities of the world, according to Round University Ranking (RUR), TASS informs. Compared to the last year’s results, its position has been much improved. The oldest Russian university is seven lines up on the list.

Another well-known higher educational institution - St. Petersburg State University was included into the top hundred universities. Now it occupies 97th line. Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology is 18 lines behind St. Petersburg State University to occupy 115th line.

The second hundred includes Novosibirsk State University, Bauman Moscow State Technical University. The third hundred has Tomsk State University, National Research Nuclear University MEPhI and Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University. Tomsk Polytechnic University and Kazan Federal University are included into the fourth hundred.

Experts registered that the highest growth rates of reputation was by ITMO. Compared to last year, the university has gained 115 lines up. MEPhI has improved its position by 100 lines, whereas Siberian Federal University is 78 lines up.

The ranking contains only Russian higher educational institutions. More than 900 universities took part in the ranking over eight years of its existence.

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