Clubs at CMU-Q encourage students to pursue their dreams


“When life gives you lemons, make lemonade,” is a popular saying, and one that embodies the positive, tenacious attitude of CMU-Q student MinKyung Kang. Although depression and family tragedy plagued her young adulthood in South Korea, MinKyung took a leap of faith and applied to the rigorous Biological Sciences program at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar. This life-changing decision to travel the world has presented many opportunities for MinKyung, and she decided to share her positive outlook with her classmates by creating the Dreamers Club.

Open to Education City students and faculty, the Dreamers Club provides a platform for those who share the passion of helping others achieve their aspirations.

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Carnegie Mellon Qatar Records Highest Ever Qatari Participation at Summer Outreach Program


Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar recently concluded its ninth Summer College Preview Program (SCPP) in which 76 high school students, 58 percent of whom were Qatari, took part in the month-long university preparatory course.

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Qatari Students Take Top Prize


A team of National Vision Scholars who investigated the application of robotics technology in the energy industry won the prize for best research project in the inaugural Summer Engineering Academy at Texas A&M University at Qatar.

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ABP is Truly Bridging the Gap to Help Our Students Develop


Dr Bryan Lewallen, Director, Academic Bridge Program (ABP), a member of Qatar Foundation (QF), speaks about nurturing the academic and personal skills that will equip high school graduates to make a smooth and successful transition to higher education

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