HSE is ranked one of the leading Project 5-100 universities
HSE is among the top four universities according to the rating compiled by the Council on Enhancing the Competitiveness of Russia’s Leading Universities.
On Saturday the Council on Enhancing the Competitiveness of Russia’s Leading Universities, headed by Russian Education Minister Dmitry Livanov, concluded its work to raise the competitiveness of Russia’s universities among the world’s leading educational institutions.
Project 5-100 aims to see five Russian universities be ranked among the top 100 leading universities in the world by 2020. The project’s success is rated by the three most authoritative university rankings in the world: QS, Times Higher Education, and ARWU.
Members of the council reviewed reports by 15 Russian universities over steps taken to improve their competitiveness on the previous year, and their plans for the years 2015-2016.
The four leading institutions the council identified also included, ITMO University (St. Petersburg) and two Tomsk universities – Tomsk Polytechnic University and Tomsk State University.
On December 3, HSE marked ‘Russian Universities’ Day’ – an event held during the BRICS University summit organized by Times Higher Education and the 5/100 Project for Raising the Competitiveness of Russia’s Leading Universities among the top global higher education institutions.
The HSE hosted the second general meeting of members of the Global Universities association on October 8. They discussed issues relating to attracting international students to Russian universities, about possibilities for the accreditation of programmes in new specialties and about the leading universities' conferring degrees.
20th March 2014, at a conference of staff and teachers at the HSE, Rector Yaroslav Kuzminov gave an account of the results of the 2009-2013 HSE Programme for Development. These are the main points of his presentation.
On January 31, 2014, at the HSE, the first meeting took place of university representatives participating in the global competitiveness programme 5/100. The group discussed the problems of recruiting lecturers from the international labour market.