Far Eastern Federal University
- 180 training programs
- 3926 budget places
- 1000 paid places
- from 180000 rub. for 4 years
Far Eastern Federal University
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The Far Eastern Federal University is a student campus built in 2009-2011 on Russky Island in the Bay of the Sea of Japan. The university was founded in 1899, but in the form in which it exists now, its development began recently. The new management team, led by rector Nikita Anisimov, is developing communications between the Russian and international expert community with research, educational and innovation institutions in the countries of the Asia-Pacific Region (APR). The partner network includes universities and research centers in Japan, South Korea, China, India, other APR countries and the world.
FEFU first entered the Times Higher Education "Physical Sciences" and "Life Sciences" ratings
The Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) for the first time entered the subject rankings of the best universities in the world according to the authoritative British publication Times Higher Education (THE). At the end of 2018, FEFU occupies a position in the 601-800 range in the field of Physical Sciences (THE Physical Sciences Subject Ranking) and is included in the 601+ group in the field of Life Sciences (THE Life Sciences Subject Ranking).
Times Higher Education refers to the "Physical Sciences" chemistry, geology, ecology, earth and marine science, mathematics, statistics, physics and astronomy. Life sciences include biology, veterinary medicine, sports, agriculture, and forestry. To be included in the subject rating, a university must publish at least 500 articles in each field in the last five years. As in the general global ranking of THE, universities are also rated for educational and scientific activities, citations, international cooperation and income from the commercialization of innovations.
The promotion of FEFU in THE ratings is the result of the university’s participation in the Program for Enhancing the International Competitiveness of Russian Universities (Project 5-100) and concentrating on priority scientific areas: the World Ocean, biomedicine, new materials. A significant role was played by the successful implementation of the megagrant of the Russian Science Foundation. A large project for the study of marine biodiversity has brought together experts from a wide variety of fields - biology, genetics, biomedicine, physics, chemistry, ecology, and others. Grant work provided a significant increase in university publications in Scopus and Web of Science publications, including those prepared in collaboration with foreign scientists from 38 countries.
Times Higher Education ratings are among the most respected in the world. In addition to the general list of the best universities of the World University Rankings, THE annually publishes a reputational rating, a rating of young universities and regional rankings, including “BRICS and emerging economies”, where FEFU ranked 301–350 in 2018. Also Times Higher Education ranks universities in 11 subject areas, two of which now include Far Eastern Federal University.
FEFU strengthens positions in other international rankings. In the QS World University Rankings in 2018, the university for the first time in history has risen by 110 points and is located in the group of leading universities from 541 to 550 places. FEFU is also in the top 100 QS BRICS and “Developing Europe and Central Asia.” The promotion of the Far Eastern Federal University is largely promoted by participation in Project 5-100, where the university successfully implements a comprehensive plan for improving international competitiveness.