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QS BRICS University ranking has 10 Russian universities in Top 50 list
Lomonosov Moscow State University has entered top 5 university ranking of BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) in accordance with Quacquarelli Symonds company, UK, TASS reports.
About seventy Russian universities entered the list, some of them showing great dynamics. In comparison to the last year, Lomonosov Moscow State University gained two lines in QS ranking. However, four first places are occupied by Chinese universities. It is noteworthy that top 50 of QS university ranking of BRICS countries contains ten Russian universities, whereas top 100 of the same ranking has twenty-five universities from Russia.
MSU rector Victor Sadovnichy has expressed satisfaction with estimation of the oldest Russian university given by the British experts in the field of higher education. He has commented that the university performance has grown in many directions and demand for MSU graduates among employers has truly increased.
Novosibirsk State University opens the second dozen of universities in QS ranking. Saint Petersburg State University took the thirteenth place. The above-mentioned universities shared 20th line last year.
QS reginal director in Eastern Europe and Central Asia Zoya Zaitseva has remarked that almost all Russian universities have improved their positions and a breakthrough of some universities such as Tomsk University and Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (17 and 19 lines up correspondently) can be called real success.
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