Рейтинг университетов мира QS. Education index
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Рейтинг университетов мира QS - Education index

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В этом рейтинге МГУ имени Ломоносова занимает 74 место.
74 Lomonosov Moscow State University

Рейтинг университетов мира QS

Составители рейтинга лучших вузов мира QS World University Rankings оценивают университеты по шести показателям:
1. исследовательская деятельность,
2. преподавание,
3. мнение работодателей
4. карьерный потенциал,
5. количество иностранных студентов
6. количество иностранных преподавателей.

Для того, чтобы участвовать в рейтинге университет должен предлагать бакалавриат и постдипломные программы, как минимум, в двух широких предметных областях (например, искусство и социальные дисциплины, инженерное дело и технология, право и бизнес).

Рейтинг QS уделяет внимание репутации вузов в академической среде.

Лидерами рейтинга QS в течение многих лет стабильно являются вузы США и Великобритании.

QS World University Ranking
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QS_World_ ... y_Rankings
QS World University Rankings is an annual publication of university rankings by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS). QS World University Rankings have been praised as "the most authoritative" of the various university ranking publications.[1][2]

The QS ranking receives approval from the International Ranking Expert Group (IREG),[3] and is viewed as one of the most-widely read university rankings in the world, along with Academic Ranking of World Universities and Times Higher Education World University Rankings.[4] According to Alexa Internet, it is the most widely viewed university ranking worldwide.[5] However, it has been criticized for its overreliance on subjective indicators and reputation surveys, which tend to fluctuate over time and form a feedback loop.[6][7][8][9][10] Concern also exists regarding the global consistency and integrity of the data QS uses to generate its rankings.[7][11][12][13]

The QS system comprises three parts: the global overall ranking, the subject rankings, which name the world's top universities for the study of 51 different subjects and five composite faculty areas, and five independent regional tables, including: Asia, Latin America, Europe, Central Asia, the Arab Region, and BRICS.[14]

The QS ranking was previously known as Times Higher Education–QS World University Rankings. The publisher had collaborated with Times Higher Education (THE) magazine to publish its international league tables from 2004 to 2009 before both started to announce their own versions. QS then chose to continue using the pre-existing methodology in partnership with Elsevier, while THE adopted a new methodology to create their rankings.


A perceived need for an international ranking of universities for UK purposes was highlighted in December 2003 in Richard Lambert's review of university-industry collaboration in Britain[15] for HM Treasury, the finance ministry of the United Kingdom. Amongst its recommendations were world university rankings, which Lambert said would help the UK to gauge the global standing of its universities.

The idea for the rankings was credited in Ben Wildavsky's book,The Great Brain Race: How Global Universities are Reshaping the World,[16] to then-editor of THE, John O'Leary. THE chose to partner with educational and careers advice company Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) to supply the data, appointing Martin Ince,[17] formerly deputy editor and later a contractor to THE, to manage the project.

Between 2004 and 2009, QS produced the rankings in partnership with THE. In 2009, THE announced they would produce their own rankings, the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, in partnership with Thomson Reuters. THE cited an asserted weakness in the methodology of the original rankings,[18] as well as a perceived favoritism in the existing methodology for science over the humanities,[19] as two of the key reasons for the decision to split with QS.

QS retained intellectual property in the prior rankings and the methodology used to compile them,[citation needed] and continues to produce rankings based on that methodology, which are now called the QS World University Rankings.[20]

THE created a new methodology with Thomson Reuters, and published the first Times Higher Education World University Rankings in September 2010.

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