KSTU entered the ranking of universities in emerging Europe and Central Asia QS

Karaganda state technical University entered the ranking of universities in emerging Europe and Central Asia, which was compiled by the British company Quacquarelli Symonds.

The rating QS EECA (Emerging Europe & Central Asia) were included more than 150 universities from 22 countries of the region. From Kazakhstan universities were included in the Kazakh national University named after al-Farabi (21st place), Eurasian national University named after L. N. Gumilev (33rd place), Kazakh national technical University named after K. I. Satpayev (54th place), Kazakh-British technical University (63rd place), Kazakh national agrarian University (67th place).
Also in the ranking included the Kazakh state women’s pedagogical University (74th place), South Kazakhstan state University named after M. O. Auezov (81st place), Karaganda state University named after E. A. Buketov (100-th), Kazakh University of international relations and world languages named after Abylai Khan (101-110 place), Karaganda state technical University (111-120 place), East Kazakhstan state technical University named after D. Serikbayev (111-120 place), North Kazakhstan state University named after M. Kozybayev (131-140 place), Almaty technological University (131-140 place) and the international Kazakh-Turkish University named after Khoja Ahmed Yasawi (141-150 place).
The list was headed by Moscow state University named after M. V. Lomonosov. Second place was taken by Russian University — Novosibirsk state University. The five leaders entered- the Czech Charles University, Tartu University and Saint Petersburg state University.
Information taken from the site tengrinews.kz