QS Announces Top 300 Universities of Eastern Europe and Central Asia Rating

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LONDON, October 31, 2018 / PRNewswire / – The QS University Ranking: Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA ) for 2019 included the best universities from 26 countries united in one region with a common history and, more importantly and most likely, with general direction of future development. Moscow State University. Mv Lomonosov confirmed its status as a regional leader. QS experts analyze universities by ten indicators, reflecting the priorities and focus of universities in Eastern Europe and Central Asia.

Ordinal

number

University Leading National University Ranking

107 Russia Moscow State University Mv Lomonosov 1

46 Turkey Middle East Technical University 8

25 Kazakhstan Al-Farabi Kazakh National University 19

24 Poland University of Warsaw 6

18 Czech Republic Charles University 3

18 Romania Babes-Bolyai University 34

18 Ukraine Kiev National University. Taras Shevchenko 30

14 Hungary Budapest University. Laurand Etvyos 20

8 Azerbaijan Baku State University 142

6 Croatia University of Zagreb 37

6 Lithuania Vilnius University 17

5 Bulgaria Sofia University named after St. Clement of Ohrid 47

5 Latvia University of Latvia 50

4 Armenia Yerevan State University 151-160

4 Belarus Belarusian State University 23

4 Bosnia and Herzegovina University of Sarajevo 146

4 Slovakia University Ya.A. Comenius in Bratislava 45

4 Slovenia University of Ljubljana 32

3 Estonia University of Tartu 5

3 Serbia University of Belgrade 60

2 Georgia Tbilisi State University

Ivane Javakhishvili 109

2 Kyrgyzstan American University in Central Asia 151-160

2 Moldova Moldova State University 251-300

1 Cyprus University of Nicosia 91

1 Kosovo University of Pristina 251-300

1 Uzbekistan

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