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The university welcomes high achieving students from Qatar and around the world to apply to its highly regarded undergraduate programs. Applicants planning to start university in August 2015 would apply and submit all application requirements by March 1, 2015.
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The Simon Initiative
Built on the core principles of learning advanced by CMU’s Nobel Laureate and pioneering educator, Dr. Herbert A. Simon, whose work linked cognitive models of learning with computation tools, the Simon Initiative makes the learner its focus and measurably improving learning outcomes its goal.
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Information Systems
As the world becomes increasingly interconnected, we prepare students to participate in emerging opportunities in software systems and services, wherever they may be.
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In 1979, CMU established the first Robotics Institute in the United States. Since then, Carnegie Mellon has been a robotics pioneer, founding the discipline of Field Robotics, developing unmanned vehicles and leading the Tartan Racing Team to victory in the $2 million Urban Challenge robotic autonomous vehicles race.
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Welcome Summer College Preview Program

A four-week pre-university program for academically-talented high school students currently studying in year 10 or 11. The SCPP is an opportunity for motivated students to prepare for university.

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We Invent, We Teach, We Learn, We ...

For more than a century, Carnegie Mellon University has been inspiring innovations that change the world. Consistently top ranked, Carnegie Mellon has more than 12,000 students, 95,000 alumni and 5,000 faculty and staff globally.

CMU led research to help prevent lung function decline amongst Qatar's elderly

New research led by Crista Crittenden, visiting assistant professor of psychology at CMU-Q, will show the impact of social integration on pulmonary function and aims to improve lung capacity among Qatar’s elderly population. 

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CMU-Q Hackathon

The hackathon is a 24-hour event where students can either work individually or in teams to build a cool application - be it a game, a mobile application or a web application. Students who participate in the event - referred to as 'Hackers' - can use any technology to build their application.

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CMU-Q Teams Win at Enterprise Challenge

For the second year in a row, a team of Carnegie Mellon students claimed first prize in the university division of the Shell Enterprise Challenge.

Read Gulf Times article

CMU led research to help prevent lung function decline amongst Qatar's elderly

New research led by Crista Crittenden, visiting assistant professor of psychology at CMU-Q, will show the impact of social integration on pulmonary function and aims to improve lung capacity among Qatar’s elderly population. 

Read More

CMU-Q Hackathon

The hackathon is a 24-hour event where students can either work individually or in teams to build a cool application - be it a game, a mobile application or a web application. Students who participate in the event - referred to as 'Hackers' - can use any technology to build their application.

View Hackathon Gallery

CMU-Q Teams Win at Enterprise Challenge

For the second year in a row, a team of Carnegie Mellon students claimed first prize in the university division of the Shell Enterprise Challenge.

Read Gulf Times article


Faculty Spotlight: Maher Hakim

Maher Hakim is an Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship at CMU-Q. He has 18 years of experience in Silicon Valley as a founder of five technology startup companies, and a product development executive at large software companies. Recently, his article “Three Necessary Factors to Establish a Silicon Valley in Qatar, was featured in Entrepreneur Middle East.

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