MSTU provides training in more than 70 specialties. In 2007, about 18,000 students studied at the university, more than 4,500 professors and teachers were involved in the educational process of the university, among them 450 doctors of science and about 3,000 candidates of science. Between 1918 and 1997, over 120,000 specialists were trained, most of whom connected their lives with scientific and design activities, working at the largest enterprises of machine and instrument engineering. Some branch faculties of MSTU are also located in the Moscow Region cities: Krasnogorsk, Reutov, Korolyov; the Kaluga branch of MSTU im. N.E.Bauman. The university is actively involved in the Bologna process. In 2008, he received the European Quality Award "for striving to achieve high quality educational services in accordance with international standards." MSTU named after For more than 10 years N.E. Bauman has been the head university of the Association of Technical Universities, which includes more than 130 Russian universities. MSTU is the first Russian university to become a member of the Top Industrial Managers for Europe association. In 2014, Expert RA agency assigned the university a rating of “B”, meaning a “very high” level of training for graduates; the only university in the CIS that received class “A” in this rating (“exceptionally high level”) was Moscow State University. In the international ranking of universities QS 2013/2014 MSTU. N.E. Bauman takes 334 place among the TOP-800 universities in the world, which is the third result among all universities in Russia. Only five Russian universities are included in the TOP-400 of this rating - Moscow State University, St. Petersburg State University, MSTU named after N. E. Bauman, NSU and MGIMO.