UTMN is in the Top 300 Universities in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Ratings 1 November 2018
The 2019 QS University Rankings: Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA) published the annual ranking and revealed the best 300 universities in 26 countries which were grouped as a region as they mostly share common history and more importantly, some possible future direction.



QS utilizes ten indicators for this analysis which have been chosen to represent the priorities and preoccupations of universities in the EECA region. Each factor contributes a certain proportion towards institutions’ overall scores.

1) Academic reputation. Global reputation is assessed through international surveys, which ask academics worldwide to identify the institutions they perceive to be conducting the best work in the own field;

2) The percentage of international students;

3) The percentage of international faculty members;
 
4) Employer reputation. This indicator aims to reflect intuitional reputation in the global graduate employment market;

5) Faculty/student ratio, the number of students enrolled per full-time academic faculty member employed;

6) Papers per faculty, calculated using data from Elsevier’s Scopus. This indicator reflects research productivity, based on papers published per academic faculty member;

7) International research network, using data provided by Scopus. This indicator assesses the degree of international openness in terms of research collaboration for each evaluated institution;

8) Web impact, based on the Webometrics ranking. This indicator reflects the extent of each institution’s online presence;

9) Staff with a PhD, the recruitment of academic staff members qualified to PhD level or the equivalent;

10) Citations per paper, again based on data from the Scopus database. This indicator aims to assess research impact, based on the frequency with which an institution’s published papers are cited by other researchers around the world.

The University of Tyumen demonstrated good performance on the following indicators: the percentage of international students and faculty members, web impact, staff with a PhD as well as international research network.

The QS rating showed that Russian universities – participants of the 5-100 Project make a significant contribution to the representation of Russian higher education in the region.



Source: UTMN Department of Strategic Communications

Link to Russian version: https://www.utmn.ru/presse/novosti/reytingi/621824/

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