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11 June 2020
DSTU INCLUDED IN U-MULTIRANK WORLD UNIVERSITY RANKINGS
DSTU is included in Top-100 best universities in the world on indicator Regional Engagement. DSTU also is 11-th among 43 universities in Russia.
– Don State Technical University is the only university from Rostov region in the rankings, – said Head of the DSTU Resource Center of International Affairs Konstantin Polyakov. – It is included in four thematic rankings of U-Multirank in the field of Research, Economics, and Social work.
These are Research and Research links Ranking (ranking of research activity and interaction in science), Economic Engagement Ranking, International Orientation Rankings: Economics, Social Work, Universities of Science and Technology Rankings: Institutional.

In 2020, U-Multirank currently includes more than 1,759 universities from 92 countries around the world. While traditional global rankings focus mainly on 400-500 of the world’s research universities (only about 2-3 per cent of the world’s higher education institutions), U-Multirank covers a far broaderrange including small specialised colleges, art and music academies, technical universities, agricultural universities, universities of applied sciences as well as comprehensive research universities and others.

The current total number of higher education institutions is 1,759 (1,711 in 2019). This covers some 5,000 faculties and more than 11,400 study programmes in the 28 subject areas of biology, business studies, chemical engineering, chemistry, civil engineering, computer science, dentistry, economics, education, electrical engineering, environmental engineering, history, industrial engineering, materials engineering, mathematics, mechanical engineering, medicine, nursing, pharmacy/pharmacology, physics, political science, psychology, social work/welfare, and sociology – and new this year: linguistics, international law, social geography and earth science/ geology.

U-Multirank is developed and implemented on the initiative of the European Commission by an independent consortium led by the Centre for Higher Education (CHE) in Germany, the Center for Higher Education Policy Studies (CHEPS) at the University of Twente and the Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS) from Leiden University, both in the Netherlands, as well as the Foundation for Knoweldge and Development (Fundación CYD) in Spain. The consortium is headed by Professors Dr. Frans van Vught of CHEPS and Dr. Frank Ziegele of the CHE.