Carnegie Mellon has one of the most flexible study abroad programs, allowing students to study anywhere in the world with their academic advisor’s approval. The Office of International Education provides Major Advising: Major-Specific Study Abroad Information.
With several international degree-granting locations and University Exchange and Departmental Exchange Programs, Carnegie Mellon provides global opportunities for study and research. Please refer to specific departments.
Working and Volunteering
Working and Volunteering Abroad options include paid, unpaid, tuition-charging, short-term, long-term, intern, or volunteer or research opportunities.
The Office of International Education can help you identify many sources of funding for overseas study. Funding for undergraduate research is available through the International Small Undergraduate Research Grant (ISURG) and the Undergraduate Research Office (URO).
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