TOMSK, Jul 8 – RIA Tomsk. Tomsk State University (TSU) and Tomsk Polytechnic University (TPU) are in
the top 10 of the XII National Ranking of Universities (NRU) prepared by
Interfax Information Services Group; four more Tomsk universities are in the
top 100, the Interfax-Education website reported on Thursday.
According to the Interfax-Education website, in 2021 the NRA project
evaluated the performance of 341 leading universities and institutions in
Russia, including 30 national research universities, 10 federal universities,
32 flagship universities, as well as 22 universities that participated in the
Thus, TSU retained its 2020 position and remained on the seventh line of
the ranking, scoring 745 points (761 points in 2020). TPU dropped from the
seventh line to the eighth-ninth with 736 points (800 points in 2020). Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics (TUSUR) with 459
points took the 44-45 place, a year earlier it was in the 43-45 place with 469
Siberian State Medical University (SSMU) slightly improved its position.
From the 56th place in 2020 (442 points), it rose to the 53rd place, with 441
points. And Tomsk State Pedagogical University (TSPU), on the contrary, from
62-63 positions last year (434 points) fell to the 72nd position with 415
One line below last year's level in the ranking is Tomsk State University
of Architecture and Building (TSUAB). In 2020, it was in the 93-94th place (392
points), in 2021 – the 94-95th place with 384 points.
As last year, the ranking is headed by Lomonosov Moscow State University
(1,000 points), National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (946 points) and the
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT, 954 points).
The National Ranking of Universities (NRU) project has been implemented by
the Interfax Group since 2010. The assessment is based on processing data from
questionnaires completed by university representatives, available public data
posted by educational institutions on their websites, public data from
information resources of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, and
information from SPARK and SCAN information and analytical systems.
The overall ranking is based on an assessment of six parameters: education,
research, social environment, international and interregional cooperation,
innovation and entrepreneurship, and university brand.