Summer College Preview Program (SCPP)
What is university like?
The SCPP introduces high school students to the different facets of campus life. Students attend college-level classes in math and writing, create a project as part of a team and prepare for the SAT or ACT exams. Many SCPP students go on to become CMU-Q students after they graduate.
What is computer science?
Computing is the driving force in nearly every discipline and field of study. Engineering, aviation, business, social sciences and medicine all rely on computer science. Prompt is a one-day workshop for students to learn about computing and the many careers for computer scientists.
What is information systems?
The field of information systems is about applying technology to solve practical problems. In our technological age, the career possibilities in this area are limitless. Ibtikar introduces students to topics like human-centered design and business process management.
Can computer science be fun?
Each spring, CMU-Q hosts Botball, a competition where high school students use their programming skills and ingenuity to program a robot to complete a mission. The final Botball showdown is a true battle of the brains, as teams square off to complete their mission and outplay their opponents.
Biotechnology Explorer Program
What is it like in a biology lab?
To introduce secondary students to biological sciences, CMU-Q hosts the Biotechnology Explorer Program where students investigate questions like how the brain works and what is the protein content in different foods.
Winter Institute - Discovering Computer Science
Can I pursue computer science in Qatar?
By invitation only, Qatari secondary students can explore the field, learn basic computational skills, and see how the field of computer science is becoming an important career for the future of Qatar.
Tajer – Investment for Qatar
What is it like to trade at a stock exchange?
Secondary students can develop skills in finance, business and negotiation at the Tajer workshops at CMU-Q. Students trade as if they were on the floor of a stock exchange in an engaging, hands-on introduction to financial markets.
Pi Day Mathematics Competition
Can I challenge myself in math?
The Pi Day Mathematics Competition brings together students for a challenge in thinking. In the preliminary round, students work in teams. The top four teams advance to the finals, where they are given 16 rounds of questions, and only 90 seconds to answer each.