9 Positions Available for Qualified Students.
The scholarship allows doctorate level students to study in a research-focused program utilizing advanced knowledge in Electrical & Computer Engineering.
The program provides an opportunity to specialize in data science, security, cyber-physical systems, software engineering, and mobility. This is a five-year program with three years at the Carnegie Mellon campus in the U.S. and two years at the CMKL campus in Thailand.
1. Full scholarship (Tuition & Fees) covering:
2. Stipend (Living allowance):
Successful candidates awarded a scholarship will receive the following**:
*Fees & expenses are subject to change.
** The scholarship details comply with the university rules and regulations.
To be eligible to apply for this scholarship and pre-screening application you must meet the following criteria:
This is a process of evaluating the quality of a candidate before submitting the actual application to Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh. This pre-screening application can help candidates prepare the application and make sure that the applications are the best match for the program.
Click here to apply for pre-screening: https://cmkl.typeform.com/to/ojXA0ujm.
Submit required pre-screen documents: https://cmkl.typeform.com/to/b3pHBbzb
* All international applicants whose “native” language is not English must take an English Language proficiency exam. You should have TOEFL, IELTS or Duolingo English Test score by 31 October 2020
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CMKL admission committee screens the candidates from the applicant pool and selects up to 9 people.
Please note that this does not mean the students will be qualified and eligible for the scholarship.
If you pass the pre-screening, you will have to apply for Carnegie Mellon-CMKL PhD ECE Pittsburgh/Thailand program through Carnegie Mellon College of Engineering Application Management System.
Once your application has been accepted by the Carnegie Mellon University admissions committee, CMKL University will contact you regarding your scholarship application result. (Fall submission period October 1, 2020 to December 31, 2020.)
Carnegie Mellon University admissions committee will pick the students based on their criteria and then CMKL will process the scholarship contracts.
CMKL University will support full tuition, required fees, and stipends for your study program.
Upon completion, you agree to work for CMKL University as a researcher or a faculty member with the duration of employment equivalent to the duration of your study (upto 5-years).
The scholar will be determined by the committee. The committee’s decision will be final without any right to appeal.
Selection will be based on an assessment of the scholarship application and any required supporting documents. Applications will be ranked against the criteria and the offer made to the applicants who best meet the eligibility criteria. Interviews will be arranged as it is required
As a condition for receiving a scholarship, awardees must sign a faculty Grant Agreement to Serve in which you agree to work as a member of CMKL Faculty. The obligation is 5 years.
Note: If you do not want to accept the faculty position offer and/or do not meet the requirements of your service obligation, all Scholarship Grants you received will be converted to Direct Unsubsidized Loans. You must repay these loans in full, with interest charged 6% per annual from the date of each Grant disbursement.
It is important to also note that Scholarship awardees must:
Terms and conditions set-forth, University reserve the right to change, adapt, or modify without prior notice. Please check directly with the administrator for changes.
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