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International Human Resources

Carnegie Mellon's impact has gone far beyond the regional trade school started by Andrew Carnegie in Pittsburgh, PA in 1900. We have a national and international presence as a leader in education and research.

Our international partnerships have given Carnegie Mellon the opportunity to:

  • explore new avenues of research,
  • impact and expand the education of young people around the world and in Pittsburgh, and
  • develop new global perspectives and insights.
This section includes information about the benefits available to those who work or travel abroad on Carnegie Mellon business, information about relocating and working abroad, and other matters specific to our global reach.

If you are considering having an employee work overseas:

If you are considering having an employee work in a foreign country, please contact International Human Resources and International Finance before work commences. There may be employment or tax issues to be aware of that will impact the employee's ability to work legally in the foreign location.

Carnegie Mellon International Locations

We now have campuses or programs in the following nations:

  • Australia
  • Greece
  • India
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Mexico
  • Portugal
  • Qatar
  • Rwanda
  • Singapore
  • South Korea
  • Turkey
  • United States of America

International Finance

For Security Questions:

John Seawright
Director of Safety and Security
Office location: 2010
Phone number: 4454-8434
johnsea@qatar.cmu.edu

Other Web Resources

For More Information

Daniel McNulty
Assistant Vice President,
Human Resources Compliance
412-268-3785
djmcnult@andrew.cmu.edu

contact international Human Resources