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Carnegie Mellon University offers degrees in nearly 20 locations across the world. Select a location to learn more.

Top 10 Student Countries

  1. United States 7,654
  2. China 1,420
  3. India 1,034
  4. South Korea 351
  5. Qatar 139
  6. Singapore 111
  7. Canada 110
  8. Taiwan 104
  9. Turkey 84
  10. Mexico 72
  11. Total Students 12,569

Data includes undergraduate and graduate-level students (last updated 2012-13 Factbook). Learn more »

Top 10 Alumni Countries

  1. United States 72,243
  2. India 1,365
  3. South Korea 918
  4. China 642
  5. Taiwan 602
  6. Japan 544
  7. Canada 429
  8. Singapore 335
  9. Hong Kong 315
  10. United Kingdom 281
  11. Total Alumni 88,800

Carnegie Mellon has over 84,000 addressable alumni (last update 2012-13 Factbook). Learn more »

Pittsburgh, PA, U.S.

Degrees:
Students can choose from more than 90 degrees at our 7 schools and colleges. Learn more »

About:
Founded in 1900 by Andrew Carnegie, Carnegie Mellon is consistently ranked a top university. Pittsburgh is the main campus, offering an urban environment and easy access to miles of parks and trails.

Adelaide, Australia

Degrees:
MSPPM, MSIT

About:
Heinz College in Australia offers Carnegie Mellon students a dynamic and affordable environment in which to earn internationally regarded degrees.

Beijing, China

Degrees:
Dual degree MS in CS

About:
Carnegie Mellon and Tsinghua universities offer dual-degree computer science masters program. Learn more.

Nanjing, China

Degrees:
MS-RT

About:
CMU and the Nanjing University of Science and Technology partner to offer the Master of Science in Robotics Technology degree.

Students develop global leadership skills and technology application skills while studying the foundations of robotics with both CMU distance courseware, on-site instruction with local faculty, and interactions with local industry.

Guangzhou, China

About:
The launch of a new and innovative joint graduate engineering program, the Joint Institute of Engineering (JIE), is being developed by Carnegie Mellon University and China's Sun Yat-sen University (SYSU). CMU and SYSU have also launched the Shunde International Joint Research Institute (JRI) with Shunde District, Foshan City, as a complement program of the JIE. Learn more.

Chennai, India

Degrees:
MSIT-SE

About:
Carnegie Mellon's Software Engineering program, in partnership with SSN School of Advanced Software Engineering (SASE), offer graduate software engineering programs. Learn more.

Bologna, Italy

Degrees:
MAM

About:
Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College offers a double-degree masters program in Arts Management with the University of Bologna, Italy.

Kobe, Japan

Degrees:
MSIT-IS

About:
Carnegie Mellon's Information Networking Institute in Japan prepares students to become leaders in information security by blending education in information security technology, business management, and policy.

Osaka, Japan

Degrees:
MET

About:
Carnegie Mellon's Entertainment Technology Center in Osaka is hosted by the IMedio Foundation and is one of the multiple global locations to pursue the Master of Entertainment Technology.

Monterrey, Mexico

Degrees:
MSIT-SEM, MSIT-MATI

About:
Heinz College offers dual degrees with Carnegie Mellon's Software Engineering Institute (SEI) and the distinguished Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico. Learn more.

Portugal

Degrees:
PhD in CS, PhD in ECE, PhD in EPP, PhD in LT, PhD in Math, PhD in SE, PhD in TCE, MET, MHCI, MSIT-IS, MSE

About:
Supported by the Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT), Information and Communication Technologies Institute offers some of the top Ph.D. and professional masters programs in information and communication technologies.

Upon program completion, students receive a degree from Carnegie Mellon and the partner university in Portugal. With dual-international graduate credentials, graduates are in an excellent position to build their careers.

Doha, Qatar

Degrees:
Undergraduate: Business, CS, IS, BS in Biological Sciences, BS in Computational Biology

About:
Students at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar are pursuing a one-of-a-kind experience in the Qatar Foundation's Education City.

Kigali, Rwanda

Degrees:
MSIT

About:
Carnegie Mellon — in partnership with the Government of Rwanda — is offering a Master of Science degree in Information Technology, preparing the next generation of IT leaders in East Africa. Learn more.

Singapore

Degrees:
MET, Ph.D. In ME

About:
This dual-degree program at The National University of Singapore (NUS) allows students to spend 3.5 years studying at NUS and 1.5 years studying at Carnegie Mellon's Entertainment Technology Center. Another dual-degree program with NUS is offered thru Carnegie Mellon's Mechanical Engineering Department.

South Korea

Degrees:
MSE, MSIT-SE, Ph.D in ME

About:
Carnegie Mellon's Software Engineering program, In partnership with Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Carnegie Mellon offer's graduate software engineering programs and a dual Ph.D. Program in mechanical engineering. Learn more: software engineering and mechanical engineering.

Ankara, Turkey

Degrees:
PhD CEE

About:
This joint education program explores new research opportunities and enables Ph.D. candidates at Carnegie Mellon and Middle East Technical University (METU) to earn a degree at each institution.

Plymouth, U.K.

Degrees:
MS-RT

About:
CMU and Plymouth University partner to offer the Master of Science in Robotics Technology degree.

Students develop global leadership skills and technology application skills while studying the foundations of robotics with both CMU distance courseware, on-site instruction with local faculty, and interactions with local industry.

Los Angeles, CA, U.S.

Degrees:
MEIM

About:
Students interested in leadership careers in the entertainment industry will hone their management skills during their second year while living, working and learning in Los Angeles.

New York City, N.Y., U.S.

Degrees:
MSCF

About:
Just a few doors down from the NYSE and major players in the industry, students enjoy full-time and part-time program options to earn a Master in Computational Finance through the Tepper School of Business.

Silicon Valley, CA, U.S.

Degrees:
MSSE, MSSM, MSIT-SM, MSIT-M, MSIT-IS, MSETIM, PhD in ECE

About:
Carnegie Mellon in Silicon Valley offers outstanding programs and research centers and a distinctive mix of education characterized by ongoing focus on creating and implementing solutions for real problems.

Washington, D.C., U.S.

Degrees:
MSPPM

About:
Heinz College's Washington, D.C., office serves as an education, public service and research center to help build connections between Carnegie Mellon and national and international policy makers.

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Carnegie Mellon is a global university. Our students, alumni and faculty hail from almost every country. With more than a dozen degree-granting locations, and more than 20 research partnerships, Carnegie Mellon has a global identity.

Our educational philosophy combines academic and service programs to encourage students to become aware, socially responsible global citizens of tomorrow's world who help to solve global and local problems.

Carnegie Mellon research, known for its problem-solving nature, involves collaboration across the world on a number of global issues. Carnegie Mellon's global partnerships extend to more than 20 countries, uniting scholars and researchers in cutting-edge fields across the world.

To learn more, explore the sites below. Also, be sure to read Provost Mark Kamlet's pieces on offering domestic degrees outside the United States and the university's criteria for strategic international engagements.

Just one look and you'll discover that Carnegie Mellon is a global university – you will find a part of Carnegie Mellon no matter where you are.

CMU Partners with Sun Yat-sen University

CMU Partners with Sun Yat-sen University

SYSU selected CMU because it's well suited to China's vision of transitioning its economy from mass labor to technology-driven initiatives. Learn more »


Record Number of Applications

Record Number of Applications

CMU in Qatar welcomed an incoming class of 104 students for the 2012-2013 academic year. Learn more »