Carnegie Mellon University

Private University

Pittsburgh, United States

Carnegie Mellon University was established in the year 1900 as a private and international research education institution in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Andrew Carnegie was the person who strived hard to build this university. Back then, in 1900, the university was known as Carnegie Technical School. Read more


Highlights of Carnegie Mellon University

  • There are around 14,528 students and 1,391 faculty members within the university that represent more than 111 countries.
  • In the Times Higher Education 2019, the university ranked at the 24th place.
  • The university has an extensive network of alumni which is equivalent to 109,945+ graduates.
  • According to QS World University Rankings 2019, the university ranked at the 46th place.
  • Carnegie Mellon University has 20 research partnerships in the U.S.
  • The university aims to make a transformative impact on the community through continual innovation in creativity, entrepreneurship, research, and education.
  • Famous Alumni
    Matt Bomer

    American Actor

    Josh Gad

    American Actor

    Sam Hyde


    David Alan Tepper

    American investor


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STEM (Science English Engineering and Mathematics) - 37months OPT (Optional Practical Training) ; Non-STEM - 1yr

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