AltSU entered the top 25 leading universities in Russia in the global ranking of universities SCImago Institutions Rankings

27 March 2020 Department of Information and Media Communications

Scimago Laboratory in partnership with Elsevier unveiled the next issue of the international ranking of universities - SCImago Institutions Rankings 2020, where Altai State University showed positive dynamics.

In total, the ranking includes 7026 leading universities and scientific organizations across the world, with 136 strongest Russian universities among them.

AltSU took the 22nd place among Russian universities in this ranking, sharing the position with the participant in the 5-100 Global Competitiveness Enhancement Project by N.I.Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod - National Research University (UNN).

Altai State University has the 4th position among universities of the Siberian Federal District. The university yields the position exclusively to the representatives of Project 5-100 Novosibirsk State University (NSU), National Research Tomsk State University (TSU), and National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University (TPU).

The overall position of the university in the world among all universities and scientific organizations is 761, while AltSU improved its position in the ranking by 25 positions by 2019. AltSU occupies the 566th place among the leading universities on a global scale.

SCImago Institutions Rankings is a ranking of educational institutions and research centers from around the world. It is considered one of the most objective, since it evaluates universities and research organizations on the basis of independent sources - according to information from international databases over the past five years. An organization is automatically ranked if there are at least 100 articles in the Scopus database over the past year.

The rating is based on 17 criteria, evaluated in the context of three areas:

  1. Criteria for evaluating research work – this group includes eleven criteria, the total weight coefficient of which is 50%. The source of information for this group is the scientometric database Scopus.
  2. Criteria for evaluating innovation – this group includes three criteria, the total weight coefficient of which is 30%. The source of information is the PATSTAT database.
  3. Criteria for assessing social impact – three web indicators are included, the total weight coefficient is 20%. The sources of information are Google and Ahrefs.
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