Three Russian universities are in top 200 universities of Europe

Moscow state University named after M. V. Lomonosov

Moscow state University named M. V. Lomonosov took the 93rd place in the ranking of best European universities compiled by Times Higher Education (THE).

Among the top 200 were three Russian universities: in addition to MSU, is the Moscow Institute of physics and technology (MIPT), which is located between 151st and 160th places, and the Saint-Petersburg national research University of information technologies, mechanics and optics (ITMO) between 191-m and 200-m.

Just a list of 400 European institutions were 24 Russian universities, among which the Higher school of Economics, Kazan Federal University, national research nuclear University MEPhI, Novosibirsk and St. Petersburg state universities and others.

The best universities in Europe, according to the, were Oxford and Cambridge universities. Among the top ten educational institutions in the UK, Germany, Sweden and Switzerland.

Times Higher Education — weekly magazine devoted to higher education. With the 2004 edition of the rankings of the best universities in the world.