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Explore graduate studies at Georgia Tech-Lorraine.
Semester at Georgia Tech-Lorraine
All engineering majors at the masters level may spend a semester at Georgia Tech-Lorraine. Students must take at least 9 semester hours of courses. Current students in their last semester of study may receive permission to take as few as 6 hours of coursework.
Opportunities for PhD students to spend just one semester at Georgia Tech-Lorraine are limited. Students must be self-funded.
Joint BS/MS students may complete the masters portion of their program at Georgia Tech-Lorraine.
Students have the option of doing a thesis or non-thesis masters. The majority of masters students at Georgia Tech-Lorraine choose the non-thesis option.
Dual-degree Masters program
Students already studying at one of our partner institutions should contact their office of International Relations for more information.
Contact Dr. Bertrand Boussert for information on academics at Georgia Tech-Lorraine.
Graduate Engineering Immersion Program (GEIP)
This program capitalizes on Georgia Tech’s academic presence in Atlanta, Georgia USA, Metz, France, and Shenzhen, China. Students complete their masters degree in Electrical & Computer Engineering by studying with Georgia Tech on 3 different continents – North America, Europe, and Asia, earning a master's degree in as little as 12 months.
Contact the GT-Shenzhen office for more information on the Shenzhen, China portion of the program.