Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics debuted in the Emerging Economies University Rankings 2021, published by Times Higher Education (THE).
TUSUR University was ranked among word’s top universities in the 2021 edition of the Times Higher Education Emerging Economies University Rankings. The full rankings were published on March 9: TUSUR ranks in the 351–400 bracket globally, and 29th nationally.
The Emerging Economies Rankings is based on the same 13 indicators used in development of the THE World University Rankings, grouped into five dimensions: Teaching, International Outlook, Industry Income, Research, Citations. The weight of these dimensions is adjusted to accommodate for the unique aspects of emerging economies, e.g. International Outlook and Research contribute more to the overall score, while Citations contribute less.
Victor Rulevskiy, Rector of TUSUR University
A high performance in research is driven by close cooperation with the real sector, which has always been of the strengths of TUSUR. We work hard to strengthen and expand our cooperation with national industry leaders, top research institutions and international companies by providing high-class human resources and carrying out joint research and practical projects, with a focus on telecommunications, cyber security, communications systems, and microelectronics.
President of TUSUR University adds that over the past five years, the University achieved an impressive transformation of its research, education and innovation ecosystems. By diversifying its fundamental and applied research, TUSUR has created a pool of partners and high-tech business customers.
In 2020, TUSUR made its debut in the THE World University Rankings, ranking 17th nationally and 1 001+ globally, and in the THE Subject Rankings where it ranked 801–1 000th in Natural and Engineering Sciences.