The second round, just like the first one, is held online. The participants take the Olympiad exam while supervised by a specialist. They’ll have 3 hours to complete the tasks.
On December 18, the registration for Open Doors-2020 Olympiad closed. Overall number of participants is 35 229 (1,5 times more than last year). They come from 191 countries (28 more than last year) and have completed 48 083 portfolios (78% more than last year).
A little more than a week before Open Doors first stage ends, we have 40,000 participants from 183 countries.
With a little over three weeks to go before Open Doors first stage ends, the number of participants hits 30,000, adding another 10,000 applicants in less than weeks. They represent 179 different countries.
Open Doors organizing universities make gains in the final batch of Times Higher Education Subject Rankings 2020.
UK-based THE has today released the latest edition of its global university rankings for Physical Sciences, Life Sciences, Clinical, Pre-Clinical and Health, and Psychology.
Two universities-organizers of the Olympiad feature among the world’s 100 best universities Times Higher Education’s subject rankings
November 6, 2019 Times Higher Education (THE) has released THE World University Rankings by subjects: Business & Economics, Education, Law, and Social Sciences. Russia is represented by eight universities, six of which are universities-organizers of the Olympiad.
Acquaintance with the universities: St. Petersburg National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics (ITMO)
14 Open Doors Scholarship Project member universities feature in the U.S. News' Best Global Universities overall rankings
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It is the third year the Russian Federation has organized the Open Doors International Olympiad. Winners and prize-winners of the Olympiad can choose any field of study from one of the subject areas of the Olympiad and one or several universities in Russia running the Master’s program of their choice.