Georgia Institute of Technology

Georgia Institute of Technology began its academic journey with only 84 students that has now grown to a massive 20,000. Among the students of the Georgia Institute of Technology, more than 3000 are international students from all across the globe. The institute has featured among the top ten public sector universities in the US continuously for more than ten years. The institute was previously known as the Georgia School of Technology and was renamed in the year 1948.

Name of the Institution Georgia Institute of Technology
Type of Institution Public
Location Georgia Institute of Technology

Atlanta, Georgia 30332.

Tel: 404.894.2000

Ownership Government
Courses Offered B.Sc, M.Arch, M.Sc, PhD and Dual MS program.
  • Engineering
  • Architecture
  • Computing
  • Management
  • Liberal Arts
  • International Affairs
  • Digital Media
  • Statistics
  • Music Technology
  • Sciences
Admission Procedure The application has to be sent online and submission of the Foreign Credit Evaluation will be required for the candidates who have studied outside the US. The applications are usually submitted by the middle of December.
Campus Placements The institute has a placement cell that assists students to find suitable employment.
  • The Outstanding Economics Student Award
  • The Chair’s Award
  • The William Gilmer Perry Award
  • The Modern Languages’ Campoamor Scholarship
  • The Outstanding Global Economics and Modern Languages Student Award
  • The Mollie Newton Award for Excellence in Economics
  • Goizueta Foundation Scholarship
  • The Slotkin Award
  • The James Dean Young Award
  • Dorothy Cowser Yancy Incentive Award
  • IDA Science and Technology Policy Institute’s Baccalaureate Fellows Program
  • Provost’s Scholarship
  • President’s Scholarship Program
  • Godbold Family Foundation Scholarship
  • BP Georgia Tech Scholarships


Fee Structure For undergraduate students:

Tuition Fee: $25,492

Housing : $5,312

Mandatory Student Fees: $2,370

Books and Supplies: $1,000

Meal: $3,514

Personal Expenses: $1,500

Examinations & Results The examinations are conducted through the semester system.
Eligibility Criteria The candidates will have to take the ACT or the SAT I examination only and there is no need to take English proficiency tests like IELTS and TOEFL. The candidates have to score at least 17 in the ACT English portion or 430 in the critical reading section of SAT.
Established in the Year The institute was established in the year 1885.
Facts & Figures
  • According to the US News and World Report, the institute is ranked 7th in the US.
  • According to the US News and World Report, the institute occupies the 5th position in the undergraduate engineering college rankings.
  • A study in the year 2010 revealed that the institute has a yearly contribution of $2.5 billion in the economy of Atlanta.
  • In the year 1952, women students were granted admission to the institute.
  • The institute became a pioneer after being the first institute to admit African American students in the absence of an order from the court.
Events Art exhibitions, seminars, conferences, sports, workshops, performances, career fairs, FOCUS, lectures, and documentaries.
Colleges The Georgia Institute of Technology comprises six colleges, namely:

  • College of Engineering
  • College of Liberal Arts
  • College of Architecture
  • College of Computing
  • College of Management
  • College of Sciences