A chance to study in prestigious undergraduate classes
for 1-2 semesters.
The Electrical and Computer Engineering Program provides undergraduate students with the opportunity to join all undergraduate courses. Highly-flexible degree programs are structured to provide students with minimal constraints, consistent with a comprehensive introduction to the profession. Read more about ECE program details and course selections. You also have an opportunity to take courses in Game Design, Animation & Special Effects, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, and more.
Fall Semester: August 26 - December 18
Spring Semester: January 13 - May 19
The Carnegie Mellon experience doesn’t end inside the classroom. As a Tartan, you’ll learn from a geographically and academically diverse group of people during your time as an undergraduate student.
If you have questions about campus life, student life, or attending the campus in Pittsburgh and would like to ask a current student, email 'email@example.com' with the subject line “Student Insight” and we’ll connect you with a student ambassador.
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Pittsburgh encompasses almost 2,000 acres of land in just its city parks and offers county parks, state parks, and riverfront parks to its residents. The area is also attracting major corporations looking to set up shop. Transplants are surprised to find a hub of technology and education in
the area. A rise in job opportunities has made Pittsburgh an attractive place for families and graduates. Pittsburgh also offers a cheaper housing market compared to other large US cities. Its old, blue-collar reputation is being replaced and the quality of life continues to improve with new industries that make Pittsburgh home.
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The Global UGRAD Program is a fully-funded academic and cultural exchange program designed to increase participants knowledge and global connectivity. Global UGRAD students come from over 60 countries and study for a semester at universities across the United States. The Global UGRAD participants will receive funding for tuition, mandatory fees, room and board, a monthly stipend, health and accident coverage/insurance, book allowance, international travel (including ground transportation) to and from the academic site, and relevant U.S taxes on the scholarship. Learn more about Global UGRAD.
A complete application consists of:
Apply: Today - December 31, 2019
Acceptance Decision: Decision will be sent via email.
Application: Please email required documents to firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn more about CMKL Exchange Program Tuition and Fees.
Financial aid is awarded upon admission in the form of research assistantships based upon university resources and available openings. If available, financial aid is awarded for both the fall and spring semesters. There is not a special financial aid form.
Virtually all graduate students in our research intensive Ph.D. program receive financial aid, in the form of fellowships, that cover tuition, fees, and reasonable living expenses for the entire year. Thus, students can concentrate on course work and research without financial concerns or interruptions. All applicants are considered for financial aid. No special form is required. All full-time students in the Ph.D. program engage in research under faculty guidance.
Students in M.S. program are also eligible to receive scholarships that cover only tuition. Students in M.S. program are primarily self-supported, but may be eligible to receive partial financial support in the form of hourly wages to support the teaching and research missions of the university. Only students in the Ph.D. program can be considered for financial support in the form of tuition and stipend.