Quacquarelli Symonds Ltd has published the results of QS World University Rankings by Subject. TSU has risen by 50 points from last year and entered the 250 best universities in the world in Physics and Astronomy.
In total, TSU is included in the QS by Rankings by Subject in 25 areas in five branches of knowledge, an increase from 19 areas in 2016.
In the 2017 ranking, TSU retained leadership positions in the subject area Modern Languages (top 300), and it entered the top 500 in Chemistry for the first time. Also, TSU entered the world’s top in two areas of knowledge for the first time: Art and Humanities (328th place), and Natural Sciences (401-450th).
- In 2014, the University was represented in the ranking in only four areas, - said Ivan Ivonin, Vice-Rector for Academic Research. - We have outlined points of growth by intensively developing areas that were supported by resources. And this year many of them, including Archeology, Biology, Medicine, and Law, entered the ranking for the first time.
The QS World University Rankings by Subject rank is based academic reputation, employer reputation, and research impact. In total, for 2017, more than 18,900 programmes of 4,438 universities of the world were analyzed.