M.S. in ECE

Merit Scholarship

Merit Scholarship

CMKL University

Carnegie Mellon – CMKL | Thailand program is a collaboration between Carnegie Mellon University and King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL). To facilitate the collaboration with Carnegie Mellon, CMKL University has been established in association with KMITL to administer the Carnegie Mellon – CMKL program for research and education activities in Thailand. The program includes intensive study in electrical and computer engineering with the opportunity to specialize in data science, security, cyber-physical systems, software engineering and mobility. Graduates of the program will earn two degrees: one from Carnegie Mellon and the one from CMKL.

We are offering five merit-based scholarships to students who are interested in pursuing our M.S. dual-degree in electrical and computer engineering. Each scholarship offers a total of US$10,000 to cover the tuition for our two-year program. All newly admitted students are automatically considered for the scholarships if they select “yes” to the financial support question in Carnegie Mellon M.S. ECE application at https://gradadmissions.engineering.cmu.edu/apply/. Applicants selecting “M.S. in ECE - Pittsburgh/Thailand Dual Degree” as their first program choice out of the three M.S. degree-program options will have priority in consideration for scholarships.

January 15, 2021
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We are offering five merit-based scholarships to students who are interested in pursuing our M.S. dual-degree in electrical and computer engineering.

Degree levels

Graduate - Master's

Restricted to these majors

Electrical and Computer Engineering

All newly admitted students are automatically considered for the scholarships if they select “yes” to the financial support question in Carnegie Mellon M.S. ECE application at https://gradadmissions.engineering.cmu.edu/apply/. Applicants selecting “M.S. in ECE - Pittsburgh/Thailand Dual Degree” as their first program choice out of the three M.S. degree-program options will have priority in consideration for scholarships.

This scholarship is unavailable.