How to apply

Here is an easy step-by-step guide to get you started with your application.

Step 1 : Select your program

Decide on the program that you're planning to apply. You will need to lodge in two separate applications if you are applying for two different programs.

Step 2 : Check the program's entry requirements

The entry requirements for the programs can be found here.

Step 3 : Check the application closing date

The following are the application closing dates for the various intakes and programs.

International Students

ProgramAugust Intake
MSIT / MSIT-ITM / MSIT-BIDA / MSPPM15 June

MISM Global / MSPPM Global

10 January


Note : From August 2018 and onwards, CMU-A will only have one academic intake a year. The sole intake every August will align CMU-A’s academic schedule with that of its parent campus in the US. This will provide CMU-A students with increased resources and access to more support as they undertake their masters’ programs in CMU-A. All those who are currently interested to study at CMU-A are therefore encouraged to apply for the August 2018 intake.

Step 4 : Check the documents required

Please ensure you have all the documents required to be uploaded on the online application portal.

Step 5 : Apply Now

APPLY NOW through our online portal (ApplyYourself).

Alternatively, you may apply in person through one of our Education Agents.

Information will be provided through ApplyYourself to assist you in your application. Please ensure all sections are completed in full and where required all supporting documentation is uploaded.

  • There is no application fee for Carnegie Mellon University in Australia
  • Please ensure your application is received by the Admissions Office before the relevant deadline

Study abroad or student exchange

If you are a student studying in one of our Carnegie Mellon's campuses or from a student exchange partner, you may be eligible to study for one study period in Adelaide as an exchange student. If you are a student from a non student exchange partner, you may be eligible to study for one or two study periods as a study abroad student. Contact us for more information

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