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Georgia Tech is highly ranked.
- Access to Georgia Tech's renowned innovation ecosystem.
- Home to GT-CNRS UMI 2958, a joint international research laboratory.
- Base for the Lafayette Institute, a leading facility for the commercialization of optoelectronics.
- All students, including international students, pay Georgia Tech's in-state tuition.
- Subsidized housing for students staying two consecutive semesters or more at Georgia Tech-Lorraine.
- Access to graduate scholarships and fellowships.
- Spend one or two semesters in Metz, France, or complete your entire Masters or PhD at Georgia Tech-Lorraine. Courses offered in Fall and Spring semesters.
- Students admitted to the Lorraine campus can transfer to the Atlanta campus after two semesters of study.
- Complete a Dual-degree Program – Earn a degree from Georgia Tech and a degree from one of our top-tier partner institutions in Europe and North Africa.
- Opportunity to participate in the Global Engineering Immersion Program (GEIP), spending one semester at Georgia Tech-Lorraine, one semester at Georgia Tech-Shenzhen, and one semester at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta.
Please contact Bertrand Boussert for more information on partner institutions.
At the graduate level, academics, research, and innovation converge.
Graduates are Creating the Next in:
Aerospace Engineering classes are offered and all engineering majors are welcome to spend a semester at Georgia Tech-Lorraine.
Requirements vary according to the program and school.
Georgia Tech-Lorraine offers masters and PhD programs. All students must either be current Georgia Tech students, or apply to and be accepted to Georgia Tech, indicating "Lorraine" as their campus of choice.
Current Georgia Tech Students
It's as simple as switching your campus.
Ask your advisor to change your campus from "Atlanta" to "Lorraine." Spend a semester or more at Georgia Tech-Lorraine.
Contact the Georgia Tech-Lorraine office in Atlanta to let us know of your intent by May 1 for the Fall semester, and by October 1 of the previous year for the Spring semester.
Current Georgia Tech Students in the OMSCS Program
Students who are currently enrolled in the Online Master of Science Program in Computer Science may be eligible to spend a semester or more at Georgia Tech-Lorraine after completing two semesters in the OMSCS program. Interested students should contact Dawn Rutherford in the College of Computing for more information. All requests will be reviewed on an individual basis by the College of Computing.
Starting an MS or PhD program at the Lorraine Campus
Complete your entire degree at Georgia Tech-Lorraine, or transfer to the Atlanta campus after two semesters of study. The choice is yours!
Please check the admission requirements and deadlines for applying to the school of your choice:
- School of Computer Science
- School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
- School of Mechanical Engineering
Current Partner Institution Students: Dual-degree Master's Program
Add a master's degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology to your CV. Georgia Tech is consistently ranked in the top 10 for graduate engineering programs.
- Language of instruction is English, with courses taught primarily by Georgia Tech faculty.
- Flexibility to complete the Georgia Tech masters program at the Lorraine campus, or opt to spend a semester at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia.
- Gain exposure to the U.S. culture both on the Lorraine campus and in Atlanta.
- Participate in the master's hooding ceremony if you spend your final semester in Atlanta.
Students from an approved partner institution should contact their office of International Relations for application deadlines and instructions on how to apply.
All Other Prospective Students: Dual-degree Master's Program
Earn a second masters degree from one of our prestigious partner institutions
Continue your studies at one of our partner institutions and earn a second masters degree in addition to the degree from Georgia Tech.
- Language of instruction at most partner institutions is English.
- Students will be "fast-tracked" through the application process to the partner institutions, facilitated by Georgia Tech-Lorraine.
- Excellent opportunity for those students interested in an international career.
- Gain insight into European culture.
Contact Bertrand Boussert for more information on opportunities to complete the dual-degree program.
Global Engineering Immersion Program (GEIP)
Expand your horizons by spending a semester on each of Georgia Tech's three campuses.
Electrical & Computer Engineering majors may spend a semester at each of Georgia Tech's three campuses: Atlanta, Georgia; Metz, France; and Shenzhen, China.
Visit the GT-Shenzhen page for more information on the China campus.
Contact Andrea Gappell for more information on pursuing this option.
Graduate studies at Georgia Tech-Lorraine are within your reach!
Students are self-funded at the masters level. All students pay lower in-state tuition, and housing costs are lower than in Atlanta.
Tutition: All students pay in-state tution, as set by the The Board of Regents of the state of Georgia. Tuition is set each April for the upcoming academic year that begins in the Fall.
Complete your degree at the Lorraine campus, or transfer to the Atlanta campus after two semesters.
All masters program students are self-funded. There are a limited number of scholarships or fellowships available.
|2018 -2019 Estimated Costs - Lorraine Campus||(per semester)|
|$5,175*||Tuition (9 credit hours) (*If taking 12 hours tuition is $7,465)|
|571||Mandatory Student Fees|
|2,889||ALOES Student Residence|
|2,000||Approximate Meal Cost ($100/week)|
|324||French Social Security Health Insurance|
|175||CISI Travel Insurance|
|250||Campus France + Long Stay Student Visa Fees (France)|
|1500||Books, Supplies, Miscellaneous Personal Costs|
|$12,884||TOTAL ESTIMATED COST|
|2018 -2019 Estimated Costs - Atlanta Campus||(per semester)|
|$14,284||Tuition (12 credit hours)*|
|1,008||Mandatory Student Fees|
|25||International Student Fee|
|4,781||Apartment in the Graduate Living Center|
|862||Student Blue Mandatory Health Insurance|
|360||F-1 Student Visa + SEVIS Fees (US)*|
|2,000||Books, Supplies, Miscellaneous Personal Costs|
|$25,837||TOTAL ESTIMATED COST|
*International students must be enrolled full-time (12 semester hours). F-1 student visa applies to international students only.
Lorraine Campus Payments
Tuition and fee invoice will be provided the week after course registrations.
Payment Due Date: 3 weeks after the first day of class.
Payment is by bank transfer in USD or EUR, or by check in Euros.
There are several scholarships and fellowships available. Apply for all that you qualify for!
The Georgia Tech-Lorraine Challenge Scholarship
The Georgia Tech-Lorraine Challenge Scholarship is a need-based scholarship established to support outstanding Georgia Tech undergraduate and graduate students who might not be able to participate in a program of study through Georgia Tech-Lorraine without financial assistance. The Georgia Tech-Lorraine Endowment Fund, which funds this scholarship, is comprised of donations from alumni and friends of Georgia Tech-Lorraine.
$10,000 will be disbursed from the Challenge Fund each year*, as follows:
- $5,000 – to one (1) current dual-degree graduate student (international) participating in Georgia Tech-Lorraine’s Dual-degree Masters program, and spending their final semester in Atlanta. (Funds to be disbursed during the semester the winning student is at Georgia Tech-Lorraine, and applied towards tuition for the final semester of the program, which takes place at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. (Deadline to apply for Fall is June 1; decision made by the end of July. Deadline to apply for Spring is November 15; decision made by early December.)
- $2,500 – to one (1) current Georgia Tech graduate student (U.S. citizen or International Student) spending a semester or more at Georgia Tech-Lorraine. Note: the scholarship will go to one (1) deserving undergraduate student each year, in either the Spring or Fall semester.(Deadline to apply for Fall is June 1; decision made by the end of July. Deadline to apply for Spring is November 15; decision made by early December.)
- $2,500 – to one (1) current Georgia Tech undergraduate student (U.S. citizen or International Student) spending the Spring or Fall semester at Georgia Tech-Lorraine. Note: the scholarship will go to one (1) deserving undergraduate student each year, in either the Spring or Fall semester. (Deadline to apply for Fall is June 1; decision made by the end of July. Deadline to apply for Spring is November 15; decision made by early December.)
The scholarships will be awarded to three (3) students (as described above) who are admitted to the Georgia Tech-Lorraine program, and based on the following criteria:
- Financial need
- Review of GTL Challenge Scholarship Application
- Personal reasons for wishing to attend GTL
- Future professional goals
- Personal situation and circumstances explaining why you are applying for the Scholarship
Applications will be reviewed by a committee, in coordination with the Office of Financial Aid. Please complete the Georgia Tech-Lorraine Challenge Scholarship application online. (please follow the instructions on the application as to where to send the requested letters of recommendation).
The GTL Global Fellowship
The GTL Global Fellowship recognizes the impact that completing a masters degree in France will have on developing a global mindset for the engineers and scientists of tomorrow. Up to four fellowships will be awarded each year to motivated students who best demonstrate how this global fellowship will impact their future career goals.
This fellowship is intended for prospective masters degree students who have been accepted to Georgia Tech, through the school of CS, ME, or ECE, and agree to complete at least two consecutive semesters at Georgia Tech-Lorraine. Preference will be given to students who agree to complete their entire masters degree at the Georgia Tech-Lorraine campus. This fellowship is not need-based. Recipients will be selected by committee upon review of all applications submitted.
Up to $19,000 will be disbursed from the GTL Global Fellowship each year, as follows:
- $7,000 – awarded to two masters students who intend to spend two semesters or more at Georgia Tech-Lorraine. ($3,500 to be disbursed at the beginning of the student's first semester at Georgia Tech-Lorraine. An additional $3,500 to be disbursed at the beginning of the student's last semester at Georgia Tech-Lorraine.)
- $2,500 – awarded to two masters students who intend to spend one semester at Georgia Tech-Lorraine. (one award for Spring and one award for Fall semester)
- Acceptance into a Georgia Tech masters program through the school of CS, ECE, or ME, indicating Georgia Tech-Lorraine as your campus of choice.
- For $7,000 award – Agree to complete at least two consecutive semesters of study at the Lorraine campus
- For $2,500 award – For one semester of study at the Lorraine campus
- Completion of the GTL Global Fellowship Application
- Submission of two letters of recommendation, as indicated on the application
Deadline to apply for Fall is June 1; decision made by the end of July. Deadline to apply for Spring is October 15; decision made by early December.
Please address any questions regarding this fellowship to Andrea Gappell.
Note on the Eiffel Scholarship: Please note that Georgia Tech-Lorraine students do not qualify for the Eiffel Scholarship, as Georgia Tech-Lorraine is the French campus of a U.S. institution. The Eiffel Scholarship is targeted to international students who wish to attend a French university.
Masters and Ph.D students must apply to The Georgia Institute of Technology and be accepted to either the School of Computer Science (CS), Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE), or Mechanical Engineering (ME) at the Georgia Institute of Technology, selecting "Lorraine" as their campus of choice.
But first, please read the information on the Before you Apply page.
....Requirements and deadlines for admission to degree programs may differ from school to school. Please check each school’s website for details and information on how to apply.
Start your graduate application to Georgia Tech today. APPLY NOW!
You will need to let Georgia Tech-Lorraine know if you will be attending the Lorraine campus by the following dates:
Fall Semester - by May 1 of the same year
Spring Semester - by October 1 of the previous year
Check out this video for guidelines on the application process.
- Familiarize yourself with the documents needed to apply for graduate studies.
- Start your application to Georgia Tech. APPLY NOW!
- Remember to select "Lorraine" as your campus of choice on the application.
- If you are applying for our dual-degree program through a partner school, please contact your school's office of International Studies for details on applying as the procedure differs to what appears on this page. If you have any questions regarding applying through a partner school, please contact Elise Bastien at Georgia Tech-Lorraine.
- There is no separate application for the Lorraine campus. Once you have been accepted to Georgia Tech for study on the Lorraine campus, please contact Alina Opreanu for details on how to proceed.
Here's who you need to contact if you have any questions about graduate studies at Georgia Tech-Lorraine.
For questions on studying at Georgia Tech-Lorraine, the application process, and costs, please contact Andrea Gappell.
For questions on passport, visa requirements, and the logistics of studying on the Lorraine campus for graduate students, please contact Alina Opreanu.
For questions on academics and the dual-degree masters program, please contact Bertrand Boussert.