Meaningful partnerships to build human potential.
Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar works closely with the corporate and government sectors of Qatar as part of a commitment to the National Vision 2030 to develop people, society, the economy and environment.
The State of Qatar has made a remarkable commitment to transform itself from a carbon-based to a knowledge-based economy. Central to the country’s development is Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development, established in 1995 to create a new generation of leaders.
To this end, Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar has established a number of strategic partnerships, reaching out to the local community through programs and initiatives.
The CMU-Q campus offers four undergraduate programs in biological science, business administration, computer science and information systems. We connect and collaborate with partners in government and industry to bring our expertise to the Qatar community; in return, our partners provide real-world experience, in-depth knowledge and learning and research opportunities.
Programs and initiatives
- scientific research and strategic studies
- executive education
- lectures and panels
- community service
- school outreach programs
Our partnerships make the most of each organization’s strengths to support CMU-Q’s goals of teaching, research, and public service.
Jassim and Hamad Bin Jassim Charitable Foundation
In 2018, Carnegie Mellon University and Jassim and Hamad Bin Jassim Charitable Foundation came together to create the Hamad bin Jassim Center for K-12 Computer Science Education. The center aims to help Qatar’s students learn the fundamentals of computer science.
At A Glance
Fast facts about Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar.
Each year, CMU-Q publishes a year in review that marks the growth of the institution and significant achievements of faculty, students and staff.
Research at CMU-Q
Learn more about our faculty and student research projects.