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The Times Higher Education (THE) magazine has published its 2019 subject rankings of the world’s best Computer Science and Engineering and Technology universities. For the fourth year in a row, ITMO comes first out of all Russian universities in the Computer Science ranking, keeping its position in the top-100 best universities in the world. The university has also gone up in the Engineering and Technology ranking, where it appears for the third time in a row. In this subject ranking, ITMO University holds the 201-250 place and comes second after Lomonosov Moscow State University out of all Russian universities.
The 2020 edition of the Times Higher Education World University Rankings was made public on September 11, 2019. The rankings have been expanded once again and are now comprised of 1,396 universities as compared to last year’s 1,258. ITMO University is included among the rankings’ top 500 universities and has shown a positive growth dynamic in nearly every metric. ITMO is also ranked fourth among the 39 Russian universities included in THE WUR 2020.
The Times Higher Education ranking agency has recently announced the results of its new rankings, THE University Impact Rankings. This initiative’s goal is to capture universities’ impact on society, based on the institutions’ success in delivering the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. ITMO University made its debut in the rankings in two categories: “Industry, innovation and infrastructure”, and “Sustainable cities and communities”, making it to the global top-100 and top-200, respectively.
Times Higher Education has published the latest global subject rankings in the fields of Computer Science and Engineering & Technology. This year, ITMO University has demonstrated the best performance of all Russian universities in the Computer Science rankings, whilst also remaining in the global top-100 for the third year in a row. As for the Engineering & Technology ranking, in which ITMO University made its debut last year, the university is among the top-3 Russian universities.
The latest Times Higher Education subject ranking of world universities in the field of Physical Sciences has just been published. ITMO University made its debut in the ranking last year in the 401-500 place. In this year’s ranking, which includes a total of 963 universities, ITMO University improved its position and was placed 301-400.
The results of this year’s THE World University Rankings 2018−2019 (THE WUR-2019) have just been revealed. This year’s rankings include 155 more universities than last year’s, with a total of 1,258 higher education institutions from 86 countries. Russian universities have grown in presence: 35 against last year’s 27 universities made it to the top of the table. ITMO University has preserved its 501-600 place, but managed to improve its nationwide results, ranking fifth among other Russian higher education institutions.
The results of this year’s Times Higher Education (THE) subject ranking in Physical Sciences have been unveiled at a press conference as part of the 22nd seminar-conference of Project 5-100. The Physical Sciences ranking was presented by THE’s team of top officials and Editorial Director Phil Baty. ITMO University made its debut in the ranking, placing 401-500.
Times Higher Education released its rankings for Computer Science and Engineering and Technology subjects. ITMO University kept its place in the top 100 of world’s best universities, taking 76th place in Computer Science, and also entered Engineering and Technology ranking for the first time in the 301-400 group. This year, top 100 subject rankings were extended to include 300 universities for Computer Science and 500 for Engineering and Technology.
Times Higher Education has published the results of its World University Rankings 2017−2018 (THE WUR 2018). 18 Russian universities have been named among the world's top-100 educational institutions; ITMO University took the 501-600 position. In comparison with last year, it has succeeded in improving its International Outlook indicator, which reflects the increase in the number of international lecturers and students, as well as the number of papers written in collaboration with foreign researchers.
For ITMO University, 2016 has been a year of international recognition, opening of new laboratories, rapid increase in publications in prestigious magazines and conducting large-scale science festivals in the very heart of St. Petersburg. Read more about the key events in the university's life in the 2016’s annual report.