The table presents institutions with a right to confer at least one doctoral degree and with minimum 200 enrolled full-time students. Ranking includes universities that have at least two years of graduates that took part in the survey. 100 points represent the best result. Other results are valued relative to the best outcome (for example, a value of 64.5 means that a university has earned in this criterion 64.5% of the result of the best university in a given criterion).
The ranking takes into account higher education institutions that have the right to confer master degree and have a minimum two years of graduates; 200 enrolled full-time and part-time students responded in the surveys.
The Ranking of the State Higher Vocational Schools includes schools that had a minimum two years of graduates and participated in surveys. 100 points means the best result within a given criterion. The other results are the relative values of the best result in the given criterion. (for example, 64.5 means that the institution has achieved 64.5% of the best university score in a given criterion).