Carnegie Mellon Qatar Announces Highest Enrollment in Campus History
Doha, Qatar – September 27, 2023 – The student population at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar (CMU-Q), a Qatar Foundation partner university, has reached a campus record of 472 students. The students come from 61 nations and nearly 40% are Qatari citizens.
Michael Trick, dean of CMU-Q, commented: “Our students form a diverse community of enthusiastic learners. With the largest enrollment in campus history, this academic year is shaping up to be busy and productive.”
CMU-Q offers undergraduate degree programs in biological sciences, business administration, computer science and information systems. In addition to the major programs, students choose from a variety of electives in the arts and sciences.
CMU-Q students are also encouraged to explore electives at the other Qatar Foundation partner universities. This academic year, CMU-Q is offering a new joint minor, Multidisciplinary Energy Studies, along with Georgetown University in Qatar and Texas A&M University at Qatar. CMU-Q continues to offer the Media and Politics minor in collaboration with Georgetown University in Qatar and Northwestern University in Qatar.
Trick notes how Education City’s multiversity model benefits the students: “Education City is a special place, and our students have opportunities for study, research and collaboration that are unique in the world. I am so pleased to see so many Education City students—including those from CMU-Q—make the most of the multiversity experience and cross register at the partner universities.
Applications are open for students beginning their university studies in August 2024.
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