Carnegie Mellon is a formidable name in the US education industry, being in the top 100 of the world’s best universities, as rated by QS. It is also one of the first American universities to open shop in Australia. It’s campus in Australia carries forward that legacy and allows Australian and international students alike to receive a quality education. The Australian branch of the University was founded in 2006. It’s course catalogue includes degree programmes in public policy and management, IT management, business intelligence, and data analytics. Students receive the highest quality of education delivered by residing and visiting faculty from Pittsburgh and Washington D.C. Moreover, upon graduation, students receive a Carnegie Mellon American degree, to testify the upholding of quality standards by the Australian branch. Apart from the degree programmes stated above, the university also provides Executive Education Programs, for senior and mid-level managers, who want to equip themselves with new skills to stay competitive in a rapidly changing employment environment. For international students, the university has arranged for a range of scholarships and support packages, which greatly reduce the financial burden on international students. Throughout their time at the university, students get numerous opportunities to interact with highly qualified faculty from the Pittsburgh Campus, and may also be able to opt for a semester abroad at the Pittsburgh Campus.