Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
Georgia Tech, also known as the Georgia Institute of Technology, is a research university in science and technology located in Atlanta, Georgia. International students can choose from over 300 graduate courses, including 100 masters’ and doctoral programmes, at the institute. At Georgia Tech, prospective students can choose from nearly 125 major and minor UG programmes. Doctoral programmes and MBA are among the most popular courses at the institute due to their high ROI.

Cost of attendance

The estimated living and personal expenses at Georgia Institute of Technology are $19,278 (~14.29 lakh INR) per 2 semesters. Tuition fees at the institute vary around $9,000-15,000 (~6.6-11.1 lakh INR). 


On campus, around 98 percent of first-year students and 45 percent of all undergraduates live. Housing is provided for those freshmen who wish to reside on campus. Students can also live in gender-neutral dormitories at the institute. On campus, there are 40 residence halls where students can live. Georgia Tech Eating provides a variety of easy and flexible dining and meal programmes. The dining halls offer over 24 cuisines, dishes, and meal options, including vegetarian and vegan options. The university's housing and food rates are roughly 6,900 USD per year and 5300 USD per year, respectively, and include all utilities and high-speed internet access.

Acceptance rate

The overall number of students enrolled at the university is 31513, with 6576 being overseas students. The rate of acceptance is 23.4 percent.


The Georgia Institute of Technology campus is housed on a tree-lined campus located in the heart of the city in Atlanta's Midtown neighbourhood. The institute also has five satellite campuses spread across the country. The university provides 24-hour emergency telephones, 24-hour foot and vehicle patrols, lighted pathways/sidewalks, late-night transport/escort service, controlled dormitory access, and other campus safety and security services. Atlanta has a plethora of side attractions, high-tech startups, local enterprises, and international corporations, as well as noteworthy facilities such as theatres, museums, and concert venues.


Georgia Institute of Technology is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award baccalaureate, masters, and doctorate degrees.

Jobs and Placement

All students can benefit from the Georgia Tech Career Center's renowned career planning programmes, which include mock tests, career counselling, and workshops. The university's Career Center is one of the most successful university career support services in the country, delivering recruitment and job placements. Every year, over 700 companies in the United States and overseas provide co-ops and internships to students. The university's doctoral students earn the highest average yearly pay of 170,000 USD. The Home Depot Inc.; Lockheed Martin Corp; General Electric Co (GE); The Boeing Company; NCR Corp;; Inc Intel Corporation; Accenture; Apple; Baxter Healthcare; Children's Healthcare of Atlanta; Cisco Systems; Coca-Cola; Delta Airlines; Equifax; ExxonMobil; Ford Motor Company; General Motors are among the top recruiters from the institute.

QS Ranking

#88 in QS Global World University Rankings, 2022.

The Ranking

#45 in World University Rankings by Times Higher Education, 2022

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