Graduate Programs

Georgia Institute of Technology’s
European-Based Graduate Program

Georgia Tech-Lorraine is the European campus of the Georgia Institute of Technology, offering students the opportunity to earn a prestigious graduate degree from an internationally recognized school of excellence. Programs are offered in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Computer Science. Aerospace Engineering majors may spend one semester at the campus.

All courses are taught in English, primarily by Georgia Tech faculty members. Students have the flexibility of completing their Masters degree entirely at Georgia Tech-Lorraine, spending one or two semesters in France, or participating in a prestiguious dual-degree program with one of our many European partner schools.

Current GT Students - Contact Alina Opreanu by October 5 to apply for Spring 2019.


Areas of Specialization

Mechanical Engineering: Acoustics and Mechanics of Materials

Electrical and Computer Engineering: Microelectronics, Optics and Photonics, Systems & Controls, Digital Signal Processing, Telecommunications

Computer Science: Computational Perception & Robotics, Machine Learning

Aerospace Engineering: Several courses are offered at the graduate level

The College of Engineering was ranked by U.S. News and World Report in 2019 as the #8 graduate engineering program in the U.S., following MIT, Stanford, UC Berkeley, Caltech, University of Michigan, Carnegie Mellon, and Purdue. The graduate programs in aerospace and computer engineering are ranked #4, and Georgia Tech ranks 5th in both Electrical and Computer Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. The Georgia Institute of Technology degree consistently offers a strong return on investment and was named the #1 engineering program by job recruiters placing engineering graduates, according to Wall Street Journal Paths to Professions.

For Students Outside the U.S.: Attend Georgia Tech in France or the United States


U.S.-based Students: Experience Georgia Tech in France