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Thursday, October 13, 2011

Qatar Campus Sets Enrollment Record With 41 Qatari Nationals

Carnegie Mellon in Qatar's first-year class of 107 students includes 41 Qatari nationals, the most Qataris since the campus opened in 2004.

"We're excited to see the rise of Qatari students enrolled at Carnegie Mellon," said Jarrod Mock, director of admission for the Qatar campus. "Our efforts are continuously aimed at growing the number of qualified Qatari nationals. We embrace the opportunity to provide a world-class education to the Qatari youth, and we look forward to seeing how they will impact their nation in the future."

Mock said prospective students from 65 nations applied for admission this year. The current undergraduate enrollment (335 students) represents 39 countries. One hundred eighty-one are majoring in business administration, 79 in information systems, 69 in computer science and six in the new biological sciences program.
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"We're excited to see the rise of Qatari students enrolled at Carnegie Mellon," said Jarrod Mock, director of admission for the Qatar campus. "Our efforts are continuously aimed at growing the number of qualified Qatari nationals. We embrace the opportunity to provide a world-class education to the Qatari youth, and we look forward to seeing how they will impact their nation in the future."

Mock said prospective students from 65 nations applied for admission this year. The current undergraduate enrollment (335 students) represents 39 countries. One hundred eighty-one are majoring in business administration, 79 in information systems, 69 in computer science and six in the new biological sciences program.