Spend a semester in Pittsburgh

Student in front of Hamerschlag Hall

Rachel Sarah Christelle Ayateke (MSIT '24) outside of Hamerschlag Hall on Carnegie Mellon University's Pittsburgh campus

Every semester, our top students are selected to spend a semester at our main campus in Pittsburgh. If selected, CMU-Africa will cover airfare and accomodation in Pittsburgh, as well as one cultural exposure trip.

Follow the day of a CMU-Africa student studying in Pittsburgh

Spend a semester in Kigali

We encourage students from our other campuses to study in Kigali or get involved in service projects.

Students eligible to study in Kigali:

  • The Integrated MS/BS ECE students (otherwise known as the IMB program)
  • MS ECE students studying in Pittsburgh or Silicon Valley

For more information, please contact Monique Moreland, the M.S. Academic Program Advisor, ECE

Student presenting research

A research poster session held at CMU-Africa with students from CMU-Pittsburgh

Community service

Project Rwanda is a student-run initiative at Carnegie Mellon. The goal of the organization is to establish connections between CMU-Pittsburgh and CMU-Africa. Project Rwanda aims to support the Rwandan Ministry of Education’s long-term educational goals to use technology interventions to enhance learning outcomes.

For more information, please contact carnegiemellonprojectrwanda@gmail.com