|Name of the ranking||The Three University Missions Moscow International University Ranking|
|Name of person in charge of ranking||Dmitry Grishankov|
|E-mail of person in charge of firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Website of the ranking||www.mosiur.org|
|First year of publication||2017|
|Most recent year of publication||2019|
|Date of last update||2020-03-03|
|Ranking organization||Association of Rating, Ranking and Other Performance Evaluations Makers (ARM)|
|Website of the methodology||https://mosiur.org/methods/methodology/|
The Three University Missions Moscow International University Ranking (MosIUR) evaluates the quality of education, scientific work, and the universities' contribution to society. The ranking uses 17 criteria divided into three groups: Education, Research, and University and Society.
The shortlist of the Moscow International University Ranking aims to provide the widest possible representation of the leading multi-profile universities all over the world, the quota being assigned to each country with regard to the of the country’s contribution to global economy. MosIUR shortlists those universities that achieved leading positions in global university rankings and/or national academic rankings listed in IREG Inventory of National Rankings, and, in some cases, also those universities showing the highest research productivity according to InCites nationally. Narrow-focused higher education institutions are excluded from consideration.
The ranking uses only objective criteria approved by the international experts. Reputation surveys are entirely excluded from consideration. The ranking is based on open data available at the official websites of universities as well as data from independent global sources: Clarivate Analytics, data and metrics provider from InCites and Global Insititutional Profiles Project (GIPP); Elsevier, owner of the bibliographic and abstract database Scopus; online platforms for mass education Coursera and edX; the universal multilingual online encyclopedia Wikipedia; search engines (Google, Yandex, Baidu); social networks (Facebook, Twitter, VK, Sina Weibo); web analytics provider Alexa; web portals of international academic student contests; websites of the academic awards from the IREG List of International Academic Awards.