Tuition and fees, 2020-2021 academic year
Tuition on the Qatar campus is the same as the Pittsburgh campus in the United States. In Qatar, there are many different types of financial assistance to help pay for the cost of a Carnegie Mellon education. Merit-based scholarships and need-based grants are available to students of all nationalities. Additionally, Qatari citizens have access to government scholarships and corporate sponsorships.
Freshmen Entering Fall 20201
|Annual tuition||US$ 57,560||QAR 210,094|
|Orientation fee (fall semester only)||US$ 400||QAR 1,460|
|Activity fee||US$ 222||QAR 810|
|Technology fee||US$ 440||QAR 1,606|
|Books||US$ 1000||QAR 3,650|
|Health insurance2||US$ 462||QAR 1,686|
|Total tuition and fees3||US$ 60,084||QAR 219,306|
1CMU-Q utilizes a fixed exchange rate of QAR 3.65 = 1 USD for Tuition and Fees.
2Health Insurance is subject to change following negotiations with the provider.
3The Enrollment deposit of $1,000 will be credited towards Tuition and Fees.
Additional cost for students living on campus4:
Five types of financial aid are available, depending on the student’s nationality, financial need and academic merit.