Carnegie Mellon University’s global presence is reflected not only in the world-wide locations in which programs are being developed and delivered but also in the representation of the international community in each of these programs. Because of our global diversity, Carnegie Mellon understands from the "inside out" even as it provides opportunities and experiences from the "outside in" what it means to be a global university, and the importance of working together by learning to listen, to communicate, and to understand and respect one another, and one another's cultures.
To assist you from the time you consider applying to Carnegie Mellon until you become one of our alumni, we have resources specifically for our international students.
Office of International Education (OIE)
The Office of International Education (OIE) is here to help answer your questions and advise you on many issues including application procedures, financial support, housing, obtaining a driver's license, employment, social security card, passport, and visa status, to name just a few.
Intercultural Communication Center (ICC)
The Intercultural Communication Center (ICC) offers language support and cross-cultural training to help all students who are non-native English speakers succeed in their academic programs. The ICC also helps teaching assistants who are non-native English speakers develop the fluency and cultural understanding to teach successfully at Carnegie Mellon.
The Office of the Vice Provost for International Programs and Strategy
Contact: Dr. Jimmy Hsia VPI-IntlFellowships@andrew.cmu.edu
Location: 529 Warner Hall
This office manages several international fellowship programs for incoming graduate students from India and China.
For more information and application instructions for these programs, please visit the page on International Fellowships.