MIET improved its positions in the ranking of universities of Eastern Europe and Central Asia according to QS
The British company QS Quacquarelli Symonds presented the ranking of universities QS: Eastern Europe and Central Asia 2018/19. This year National Research University of Electronic Technology strengthened its position, taking 151-160 place. Among the 86 Russian universities included in the ranking, MIET rose 9 points and became the 36th comparing with 2017/2018.
The rating has been published since 2014, it traditionally includes an assessment of 300 strongest educational institutions from 24 countries and is based on the adapted methodology of the overall QS World University ranking (similar to other regional QS ratings). In 2018 the number of estimated indicators was increased to 10.
The selection criteria are the following: academic reputation (30%), reputation among employers (20%), the academic staff and students ratio (10%), the percentage of foreign teachers (2.5%) and students (2.5%), publication activity of the academic staff (10%), the citation of publications (5%), the proportion of employees with academic degrees (5%), the effectiveness of Internet resources (5%), the degree of international openness in terms of research cooperation (10%).