Carnegie Mellon University
Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) was assembled in 1967 as the result of the merger between Carnegie Institute of Technology (CIT) and Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, to form private research university in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Carnegie Mellon Engineering students make up about 28% of the Carnegie Mellon students body while attending one of CIT's seven engineering departments. From its inception to current day, the Carnegie Institute of Technology has been considered a prestigious U.S. Institution.
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5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
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2012 Total faculty: 237
2012 Total enrollment: 2,857
Ph.D. Student/faculty ratio: 5.2
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