Carnegie Mellon University Qatar (CMUQ), member of Qatar Foundation, recently organised a trip for the students of Grade – XII of Doha Modern Indian School.
CMUQ admissions team welcomed the students. Oliver Tomlinson, Assistant Director of Admissions at CMUQ, welcomed the participants with an interactive session on admissions along courses offered at CMUQ including Biological Sciences, Business Administration, Computational Biology, Computer Science and IT. He explained the importance of these courses and how to go ahead with application process. He mentioned about tuition and financial aid offered which includes Qatar Foundation Financial Aid scheme for international students and placement opportunities. Students also interacted with some students at CMUQ which was an insight about the student life at CMUQ. A campus tour including visit to the library was also conducted.
Students expressed their sincere gratitude and vote of thanks to the organisers. A wonderful buffet made the visit an enlivening experience for our students.
Tanushree, Faculty of Commerce and Business studies and Stella Mary, faculty of chemistry accompanied the team of students. The event was felicitated by Ursula Thomas and co-ordinated by V S Unni Krishnan, Doha Modern Indian School Counsellor.
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