Seven Russian universities are in the global ranking on the employment of graduates

The British company QS Quacquarelli Symonds published the first edition of the ranking of universities on employment of graduates (Graduate Employability QS Ranking). It includes seven Russian universities.


Moscow University named after M. V. Lomonosov and the Moscow state Institute of international relations (University) ranked in the top 150. In the top 200 entered Saint-Petersburg state University and Russian University of Economics named after G. V. Plekhanov. National research technological University “MISIS”, Moscow Institute of physics and technology and the national research University “Higher school of Economics” were in the categories of 201+.


The ranking is led Stanford University and the Massachusetts Institute of technology (MIT). The top 20 included 10 American universities, three higher education institutions in the UK and China, the two universities of Australia and one University in France, Germany and Hong Kong.


For the rating we used the following criteria: reputation among employers, partnerships with employers, success of graduates, the presence of employers on campus and job placement.

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