Today QS has launched a new pilot ranking of institutions in Emerging Europe and Central Asia at a conference at Eotvos Lorand University in Budapest, Hungary.
While sharing some common indicators, the ranking applies a different methodology from the QS World University Rankings and is tailored to show the priorities of institutions in the region. Feedback on the methodology applied is welcome and will help inform future editions. 100 institutions are shown in this ranking, with institutions from Russia, the Czech Republic, Poland, Estonia, Turkey, Kazakhstan, Hungary and Slovenia featuring in the top 20.
This ranking will act as a new tool that International Students interested in studying in the region can use to help inform their decisions in selection of a university.
View the results to the QS University Rankings: Emerging Europe and Central Asia here.