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47 Russian universities included in international rankings

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47 Russian universities included in international rankings


28.12.2018

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47 domestic universities have been included in international educational rankings, the Russian Education website reports.

According to Mikhail Kotyukov, who heads the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, these data prove the competitiveness of Russian higher education. The head of department is convinced that the country will be able to achieve the goals of the Science national project. The minister noted that the tasks set by the project were very voluminous.

Earlier Kotyukov stated that the national project was very ambitious and different regions of the country would become the grounds for its implementation. "Everything that the technological development strategy implies, everything that will be a tool for the implementation of the national project, will be organized only locally," he stressed.

Practice should become the basis for education programs of higher education, the minister pointed out. It is also very important to take into account the development prospects of the industry. The number of students from abroad in national universities is expected to double, he added. 

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