Tuition and Fees
Tuition and fees on the Qatar campus are 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. For students who are not Qatari citizens, merit-based scholarships and need-based financial aid are available. Qatari citizens have access to government scholarships and corporate sponsorships that typically cover the full cost.
|Tuition||QAR 191,944 / US$ 52,732|
|Activity, tech and orientation fee||QAR 3,327 / US$ 914|
|Application fee||QAR 250 / US$ 70|
|Books and supplies (estimate)||QAR 3,650 / US$ 1000|
|Health Insurance fee (estimate)||QAR 1,620 / US$ 445|
|Total||QAR 200,791 / US$ 55,161|
Additional cost for students living on campus:
Five types of financial aid are available, depending on the student’s nationality, financial need and academic merit.