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Ukraine Ranking 2012
19-06-2012
Early June saw the release, for the sixth time, of the Top 200 Ukraine ranking results of leading public and private higher education institutions in Ukraine.

On the third consecutive year NTUU Kyiv Polytechnic Institute leads the final ranking results table. It got the highest marks on quality of specials training given by representatives of domestic and foreign labor market. The top five positions permanently occupied by and Kyiv National University named after Shevchenko (second place), Kharkiv National University named after Karazin (third place), National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (fourth place), National Medical University named after Bogomolets (fifh place).

The ranking methodology focuses on four broad criteria: perceptions of institutional performance from the perspective of employers and general academic reputation, the quality of research and teaching capacity, the overall quality of the education delivered, and institutions international recognition and presence in the global information space (including on the basis of Webometrics ratings).

According to Olesya Lynovytska, Member of the Executive Committee of IREG Observatory, the ranking is designed to help clarify the distinct profiles of Ukrainian universities. At the same time, by working with a methodology that draws on the approaches taken by a number of global university rankings, Top 200 also aims to help place the performance of Ukrainian institutions into a broader global context and allow for more relevant comparisons with non-Ukrainian universities.

It is also expected that this ranking will contribute to improving the performance of Ukrainian universities when it comes to research capacity, internationalization of education, and active cooperation with the international scientific community. Internationalization in Ukrainian higher education has been notable with regard to engagement with Europe, particularly under the auspices of such EU programs as TEMPUS and the 7th EU Framework Program. Transparency has also been enhanced in recent years, as universities have moved to provide more complete and relevant information (e.g. statistical information and key data) on their institutional websites. Another positive development relates to perceived enhancements in management culture, human resources, attention to innovation, and a more generalized commitment to high academic standards.

Here are the best ten universities in the Top-200 Ukraine:

National Technical University of Ukraine Kyiv Polytechnic Institute (71,56)
Kyiv Taras Shevchenko National University (70,81)
Karazin Kharkiv National University (50,59)
National University Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (42,08)
Bogomolets National Medical University (42,02)
National Technical University Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute (41,59)
National Mining University (37,57)
National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine (37,11)
Dnipropetrovsk Oles Gonchar National University (36,54)
Kyiv National Economic University named after Vadym Hetman (33,55)

More information can be obtained directly from the project website:
https://euroosvita.net/ (in Russian)
https://euroosvita.net/ (in English)

Contact: Olesya Lynovytska unesco-cepes@osvita.net



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