Carnegie Mellon University is an American university established in 1900 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and ranked 24 in the world. Carnegie Mellon University in Australia forms part of Carnegie Mellon University's global footprint and combines an American, world-class degree with an Australian study experience.
Carnegie Mellon University is an American university established in 1900 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Ranked 24 in the world, Carnegie Mellon has been a birthplace of innovation throughout its 112-year history and is a global leader in bringing ground-breaking ideas to market and creating successful start-up businesses.
Carnegie Mellon University Australia forms part of Carnegie Mellon's global footprint, which includes campuses in Silicon Valley, Rwanda and Qatar.
We combine an American, world-class degree with an Australian experience. Our Adelaide-based campus delivers high-quality and exceptional education, offering students a unique advantage for when they enter the competitive global graduate market.
Located in Adelaide, the fifth most liveable city in the world and Australia's most affordable capital city, our students study an innovative curriculum combined with global case studies, providing a firm foundation in theory, with a focus on practical skills delivered through industry projects, internships and convocations.
Carnegie Mellon students study an innovative curriculum combined with global case studies, providing a firm foundation in theory, with a focus on practical skills delivered through industry projects, internships and convocations.
Master of Science in Information Technology Programs
The Master of Science in Information Technology programs prepare the next generation of technology managers to lead enterprises in innovative ways through a world-class, practical IT and management curriculum. Carnegie Mellon University is ranked number one among computer science schools (U.S. News & World Report 2010) and number four three in the subject area of computer science and information systems (QS World University Rankings 2013/14).
Master of Science in Public Policy and Management Programs
The Master of Science in Public Policy and Management programs are tailored for students seeking to assume positions in policy development, implementation and evaluation, and to manage these functions in government, non-profit organisations, international organisations and the private sector. Carnegie Mellon University ranked No. 7 in the U.S. News & World Report 2012 for schools of public affairs in the speciality area of Public Policy Analysis.
Global Master Programs
Gain a global experience by studying a world-class public policy and management or information systems management curriculum across two unique campuses. These 21-month, five study period programs combine a comprehensive curriculum with a unique global educational experience. Studying across Carnegie Mellon's Adelaide and Pittsburgh campuses, students gain an international perspective by learning in the United States and Australia with a strong focus on the Asia-Pacific region. Students spend their first and second study periods in Adelaide and fourth and fifth in Pittsburgh. Students are also required to take a 12-week internship in either Australia or internationally in their third study period.
Academic Merit Scholarships
Carnegie Mellon University Australia seeks to attract the very best and brightest students from around the world through offering academic merit-based scholarships. The application assessment process for admission into Carnegie Mellon University Australia assesses the applicant's strength for entrance into the program, while simultaneously assessing merit for a scholarship or award.
Carnegie Mellon University Australia offers students a range of integrated support services to ensure their individual needs and requirements are catered for. Our student services cover pre-departure, orientation upon arrival, academic and career services, IT services, student welfare services and extracurricular activities.