Are you interested in game design and development? The CMU-Q Computing Hub would like to invite you to register to attend Qatar's largest game development competition. You can join as an individual or as a team of three. Middle and high school students (grades 5-12) are welcome to attend along with university students and professionals.... View Article
Interested in learning more about the skills need to succeed in game development? Join the Game Qode Virtual Award Ceremony to see the amazing talent Qatar has to offer. January 5, 2021 4:00 PM (Qatar time) Click here to tune in!
Discover Education City is an Education City-wide Webinar that familiarizes prospective students and the community with the programs and majors that Qatar Foundation partner universities offer. Please register through this link.
Learn more about the different areas of study at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar. Experience CMU-Q will take place online on January 23, 2021. Register now.
Students that have been accepted "Early Decision" to CMU-Q are invited to meet their program area heads and learn more about their next steps. *By invitation only.
Information systems is an exciting and dynamic field that has many, many areas for creative, problem-solving people to develop amazing innovations using technology. You will choose one of two online sessions to learn about different aspects of information systems. Apply now!
Join a panel of female scientists from across Education City and learn more about their journeys in science. Moderated by Cecile le Roux, associate teaching professor, organization and behavior. Panelists: Selma Limam Mansar, Senior Associate Dean, education, CMU-Q Angela Ng, Program Director of Student Engagement, CMU-Q Adviti Naik Jana, Postdoctoral Researcher, Qatar Biomedical Research Institute... View Article
The Alice Programming Competition brings together middle and secondary school students to learn to create Alice animations in one of the following categories related to Raising Awareness: Impact of social media COVID-19 Education Qatar 2022 Save water even if you live next to a river During the competition, the selected teams will present their projects... View Article
This edition of Leaders in Information Systems will feature Yazen Al Safi. Yazen is the Director for Digital Industry Development at the Ministry of Transport and Communication in Qatar. He is also a senior management advisor specializing in digital cluster development, digital economy policies, and large-scale transformation programs. Yazen is a trusted advisor to many government leaders and... View Article
The Biotechnology Explorer Program teaches you how bioinformatics coupled with molecular genetics can be used to combat global pandemics. More specifically, you will acquire firsthand experience in computational approaches to determine the origin of outbreaks of SARS-CoV, MERS-CoV, and SARS-COV-2 and more importantly, to design potential vaccines against COVID-19. If you’re interested in science and innovation,... View Article
TEDxCMUQatar is an independently hosted TED event at CMU-Q. The event will feature talks from 4 speakers on topics ranging from science, art to life. Saturday, 20th March 2021 9:00 am - 1:30pm Assembly area at CMU-Q *Limited to CMU-Q faculty, staff and students.
CMU-Q, in collaboration with Women in Law MENA, invite you to a panel discussion to learn more about the Imposter Syndrome and how it affects our behavior and decision-making process. Click here to attend! Welcome by: Annette Vincent, Associate Dean, Diversity and Climate, CMU-Q Moderated by: Asma Al-Khulaifi, Founding Member, MENA Women in Law Speakers:... View Article
What does it mean to be an Asian woman living in the Middle East? Hear from students, faculty, and staff from across Education City as they reflect on their experiences living in the Middle East, as well as the continued racism and violence against Asian communities around the world. Welcome: Angela Ng, Program Director, Student... View Article
Are you a senior in high school studying chemistry? Sign up for an opportunity to test your chemistry skills with students from across Qatar. The Great Chemistry Quiz will take place online! Step 1: Put together your team of 2-4 students with one accompanying faculty. You must also include one teacher per team. Step 2:... View Article
Students who were eligible to for the college honors have been working for at least this academic year to explore a research question in their field. *By invitation only
The Senior Honors Award Ceremony acknowledges the Class of 2021 and will take place virtually this year. Students will receive awards for excellence in academics, achievement in research and dedication to service and leadership.
We invite all members of our community, as well as family and friends, to gather virtually to recognize and applaud the Class of 2021. Tune in to share this special moment with your fellow Tartans. Learn more about our graduates and how to attend.
The CMU-Q class of 2020 and 2021 will be recognized along with graduates from all universities in Education City. Learn more about the virtual event here.
The SCPP is an opportunity for students from Qatar and the surrounding region to visit our campus and put their skills to the test within a community of other bright young scholars. You will work hard, but you will also learn about different career paths, experience the excitement of campus life and challenge yourself to... View Article
If you are currently a student in year 10 (sophomore) or year 11 (junior), show strong academic potential and aspire to attend an elite university such as Carnegie Mellon, the Summer College Preview Program (SCPP) is a wonderful first step in achieving your goals. The curriculum is designed for students who are in these grade... View Article
The Edge Summer Program is a three-week online experience for first-year students who would like a head start on the college experience. During the Edge Program, we will give you the tools you need to hit the ground running. By the end of the program, you will be ready to start your first day of... View Article
Students ages 13 to 18 are invited to learn the fundamentals of programming with Code in Alice '21! Participants will build their own 3D game and animation while learning the basics of 'Alice 3'. All you need is a computer with internet! Learn more about Code in Alice '21.