Carnegie Mellon Qatar welcomes 104 new students
- Qatar: Saturday, October 20 - 2012 at 14:15
- PRESS RELEASE
Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar welcomed an incoming class of 104 students for the 2012-2013 academic year, including 97 new freshman and seven transfer students. The freshmen class included 20 nationalities and 44 Qatari nationals - a record in university history. This year's incoming class brings the total number of undergraduates to 373.
Women carry a majority in the total undergraduate enrollment, comprising 56%, with men accounting for 44%. There are 21 students majoring in biological sciences, 189 students in business administration, 78 in computer science and 85 in information systems.
In addition to Carnegie Mellon's full-time enrollment, 45 students from other Education City institutions are cross-registered to take classes at Carnegie Mellon. Maintaining its rigorous standard for academic excellence, Carnegie Mellon Qatar boasts a faculty to student ratio of 1:7.
"At Carnegie Mellon, we take advantage of our relatively small class sizes to offer world-class undergraduate programs that spark innovation, creativity and problem-solving, enabling students to make a positive impact on their nation. We look forward to seeing how our graduates shape Qatar's development into a knowledge-based economy," Mock said.
"We are now accepting applications for the 2013-2014 academic year. It's never too early to get started on the application process. I invite all secondary school students who are contemplating their future to stop by the Admission Office or visit our website to learn more about Carnegie Mellon and the application process," Mock added.
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