Altai State University entered the TOP-25 of the leading universities in Russia in the international QS University Rankings: EECA 2021

British company Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) published the results of the world-renowned QS University Rankings: Emerging Europe and Central Asia. The published part presents 400 universities, including 121 the best universities in Russia. The flagship Altai State University occupies the 117th position in the overall ranking (+25 positions by 2019) and the 25th among Russian universities. Improving its position in this ranking annually, AltSU for the first time this year has been included in the 30% of the best universities in “Developing Europe and Central Asia.”

In the ranking, Altai State University is placed among the participants of the 5-100 federal project of global competitiveness  – the South Ural National Research University and the Siberian Federal University, ahead of 12 national research and 5 federal universities in Russia.

Employees and the proportion of foreign students.

QS annually publishes lists of the best higher education institutions, both all over the world and individual countries and economic regions. QS rankings are recognized as some of the most influential in the world, along with the Academic Ranking of World Universities and the Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

Source: Altai State University

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