|Name of the ranking||Three University Missions Moscow International University Ranking (MosIUR; Moscow Ranking)|
|Status of the ranking||independent|
|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||2021|
|Date of last update||2022-11-07|
|Ranking organization||Association of Rating, Ranking and Other Performance Evaluations Makers (ARM)|
|Website of the methodology||https://mosiur.org/methods/methodology/|
Three University Missions Moscow International University Ranking assesses higher education institutions according to the three traditional missions of universities: education, research, and the relation between the university and the local community, which is now getting increasingly important as a condition of sustained development. The ranking uses only objective criteria approved by the international experts. Reputation surveys are entirely excluded from consideration. MosIUR Ranking uses 16 indicators grouped into three areas:
Number of student wins in international student contests (7%).
Share of international students (8%).
University budget to student ratio (15%).
Student to academic staff ratio (15%).
IREG List awards won by university academic staff and alumni (7%).
Average normalised citation impact (global level) (10%).
Average normalised citation impact (national level) (3%).
Research income per academic staff member (5%).
University and Society (30%)
Number of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) (6%).
Share of the university in total national publications (4%).
Total pages of a university’s website indexed by the leading search engines (3%).
Views of the university's page on Wikipedia (1%).
University's followers in social media (3%).
Number of alumni with an individual article about them on Wikipedia (7%).
University website reach (4%).