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Georgia Institute of Technology: Admission 2024, Rankings, Cost & Acceptance Rate

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  • A+ Shiksha Grade
  • Institute Icon400 acre campus
  • Estd. 1885
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About Georgia Institute of Technology

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Year of establishment1885
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Also Known AsGeorgia Tech
Accepted Exams
TOEFLIELTS+1 More
Total International Students6576
Size of Campus in acres400
UG/PG Course Ratio3.34
Faculty/Student Ratio22
Endowments ValueUS Dollar 1 billion
No.of Campuses1
Accommodation expenses9144 USD for 4 sharing (UG),9900 USD for 1 sharing (PG)
Meal expenses2835 USD (UG)
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Georgia Tech
Entry Criteria

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CoursesExams
MS(40 Courses)
TOEFL: 90.0-106.0
IELTS: 7.0-7.5
GRE: Accepted
B.Sc.(9 Courses)
IELTS: 6.0 & Above
TOEFL: 69.0 & Above
PTE: 53.0 & Above
B.E. / B.Tech(18 Courses)
IELTS: 6.0 & Above
TOEFL: 69.0 & Above
PTE: 53.0 & Above
MIM(6 Courses)
TOEFL: 90.0-100.0
GMAT: Accepted
GRE: Accepted
MBA/PGDM(1 Courses)
GMAT: Accepted
GRE: Accepted
IELTS: 7.0 & Above
BBA(8 Courses)
IELTS: 6.0 & Above
TOEFL: 69.0 & Above
SAT: Accepted
PG Certificate(3 Courses)
TOEFL: 100.0 & Above
B.A.(7 Courses)
IELTS: 6.0 & Above
TOEFL: 69.0 & Above
M.A.(6 Courses)
TOEFL: 90.0-100.0
Others PG(3 Courses)
TOEFL: 90.0-100.0

Georgia Institute of Technology Fee & Eligibility 2023

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CoursesDuration1st Year Tuition Fees
MS(40 courses)
12 months-3 years
INR 14.6 L - 50.4 L
B.Sc.(9 courses)
4 years
INR 26 L
B.E. / B.Tech(18 courses)
3-5 years
INR 26 L - 26.5 L
MIM(6 courses)
12 months-3 years
INR 17.3 L - 33.6 L
MBA/PGDM(1 course)
2 years
INR 33.8 L
BBA(8 courses)
4-5 years
INR 26 L
PG Certificate(3 courses)
1 year
INR 12.1 L - 13.1 L
B.A.(7 courses)
4-5 years
INR 26 L
M.A.(6 courses)
18 months-2 years
INR 15.1 L - 24.2 L
Others PG(3 courses)
1 year-2 years
INR 17.3 L - 36.3 L
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Commonly asked questions

On Fees and Eligibility

Q:   Can students get into Georgia Tech with a 3.2 GPA?

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No, students with a GPA above 3.8 on a 4.0 point scale can get admission to Georgia Tech. Applicants who are on top of their class and those who show exemplary academic record are usually offered admission. Georgia Institute of Technology offers hundreds of courses to its students. Each course and programme has its own set of criteria and entry requirements. Students are advised to visit the relevant course or programme page for exact information on admission.

Q:   Which colleges of Georgia Tech. accept 3.0 GPA for admission?

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Georgia Institute of Technology has 28 schools and 6 colleges; the College of Engineering, the College of Computing, the College of Science, the College of Design, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, and Scheller College of Business. The minimum GPA requirement is 3.0 on a 4.0 grade scale is accepted for College of Design, College of Sciences, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, and Scheller College of Business applicants applying to Georgia Tech. Each college has its own admission requirements for programs and courses.

Q:   How much should applicants score in ACT or SAT for UG admissions at Georgia Tech?

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Georgia Institute of Technoloyg offers a wide range of courses to its students. Each course and programme has some specific admission requierments which are mentioned on their respective programme or course page. Minimum ACT/SAT score requirement for UG courses will vary programme to program. Generally, SAT score required for most of the UG courses is in the range of 1360 - 1540. Meanwhile, the general ACT score requirement is in the range of 31 - 35.

Georgia Institute of Technology Scholarships 2023

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On Scholarships

Q:   Are international students eligible for scholarships at Georgia Institute of Technology?

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No, international students are not eligible for federal or state level scholarships but scholarships that are administered through Georgia Tech, international students can apply or avail them. However, there are several scholarships provided by external funding agencies. There are numerous philanthropic organizations and people that offers scholarships and financial aid to international students attending Georgia Tech.

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Georgia Institute of Technology Admission Dates 2023

  • Application fees :USD 85
  • Type of deadline :Depends on course
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Type of documentsApplicable for
SOPNeeded for few courses
LORNeeded for few courses
EssaysNeeded for few courses
CVNeeded for few courses
Additional documentsRequired
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Intake seasonDeadline
Fall6ᵗʰ Oct 2023 - 1ˢᵗ May 2024
Spring1ˢᵗ Aug - 1ˢᵗ Oct 2023
Summer1ˢᵗ Mar 2024
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On Admissions

Q:   What is the Georgia Institute of Technology acceptance rate for international students?

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Georgia Institute of Technology is very popular among international students. It is one of the most sought after universities in the United States. Each year thousands of students from across the United States and around the world apply at Georgia Institute of Technology. However, with an average acceptance rate of just 16%, it is very difficult to get into Georgia Institute of Technology. The university is very selective for admissions and its admission process is very competitive.

Q:   How does Georgia Tech accept undergraduate applications?

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Gerorgia Tech accepts Common Application from prospective undergraduate students. Students are required to fill the application form, then choose their course and submit all the documents required for that particualr programme or course. Once the application form is filled and neccessary details are filled, students are required to pay a non-refundable application fee and submi the form. The application fee is USD 75 per application.

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Georgia Tech
Students Ratings & Reviews

3.7/5
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Vibe of Campus
  • Academically oriented
  • Multi-dimensional
  • Friendly
  • Fun loving
Student Views
  • 33% students never faced discrimination in this university
Internships4
Part time work4
Post study jobs4.3
Quality of faculty4.3
Student Life3.7
Value for money4
Public transportation3.3
Safety3
Indian Food4
Permanent Immigration2.7
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Harshit Chawla Verified Icon
MS in Cybersecurity – Information Security track - Batch of 2016
3.1
PlacementsInfrastructureFacultyCrowd & Campus LifeValue for Money
It is the best college according to me in US
Tips: The transition after moving here hasn't been that hard for me. Because I have a lot of Indian friends here who were like a family to me, they did not make me feel like I was lonely or alone. I did not experience a huge cultural shift except for the food and standard of living. I did not avail of any scholarship or allowance. I am mostly satisfied with the university as it is one of the top universities and gave me a lot of opportunities and chances to go ahead in my career.
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MS in Cybersecurity – Information Security track - Batch of 2023
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PlacementsInfrastructureFacultyCrowd & Campus LifeValue for Money
Amazing and best University for cybersecurity in USA
Tips: Georgia tech being the top ranked university has rigorous course so students coming to Georgia tech should be ready to do hard work. University is situated in Atlanta city which is diverse so students should be ready to adopt themself in that environment. Personally, I haven't experienced many transitions after coming to Georgia tech. Initially, I faced difficulty in following my culture but later everything came to place. I didn't avail of any scholarship. I am fully satisfied with my university, their course and their way of teaching are very good and of course, the country is beautiful and the best place to settle.
Likes (Quality of faculty): Faculty members are easily approachable and accessible and they are often willing to guide students after the class. Many faculty members host drop-in office hours where students can discuss their assignments and other stuff. Teaching methodologies that I find unique and interesting are project-based learning, learning through classroom discussions, and lastly learning through case studies. Diversity can be found in teaching faculty in terms of nationality. Faculty members are from South Korea, France, Germany, Taiwan and so on.
Dislikes (Permanent Immigration): If I had to settle permanently in this country then chances of me setting is around 80-90% because it is the best place for my career growth, has good and healthy environment and most important every tech giant company like Google, Microsoft and so on is now opening offices in Atlanta. So would consider setting in the country.
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Bhushan Pawaskar Verified Icon
Master of Science in Robotics - Batch of 2024
4.1
PlacementsInfrastructureFacultyCrowd & Campus LifeValue for Money
Georgia Tech: Apply if you are willing to put in the hard work
Tips: Georgia tech is a college where you will need to put in the work. You won't be spending time partying every other night, going out every weekend and such. You will need to put in the effort in your assignments and classes. For all this effort, the rewards are worth it though. You get admitted into good companies and the tech name helps carry you a long way
Likes (Post study jobs): Aerospace and Industrial Engineering schools rank at the top all over US. Although jobs in aerospace are limited if you are not a US citizen. Other than that, I haven't seen anyone struggle to get jobs in software related areas. Just the name carries you a long way in resume filtering.
Dislikes (Safety): Atlanta has a gun problem. Crimes happen regularly in poor neighborhoods. Right next to my university, 2 times shootings have taken place. Even in one of the upscale neighborhoods, shooting took place recently. These were areas near student housing too! Although US in general is infamous for shooting, Atlanta definitely comes in one of the unsafe cities in the US.
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Georgia Institute of Technology Placements

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Georgia Tech
Accommodation & Meals

On-Campus Accommodation
AVAILABLE
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Georgia Institute of Technology Rankings 2023

A+
Overall University Grade
by Shiksha
#25
#33
Business Economics
C++
#75
Mechanical Engineering
A+
#14
#2
Supply Chain
C++
#11

Georgia Tech
Studying in USA

Average Accommodation Expense

INR 6.7 L (based on 146 colleges)

Average Meals Expense

INR 3.9 L (based on 116 colleges)

Part Time Work
Permitted

International students are allowed to work part-time for 20 hours per week during an academic term.

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Post Study Work Permit
Permitted

Optional Practical Training (OPT) is a one-year work and stay-back permit given to international students o... Read more about post study work permit

Cost of Visa Application
USD 185 = INR 15,343.9
Visa Application Process
Simple

You will need an F1 visa if your course of study is a full-time degree.

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Hot Job Sectors

IT, Tech, Energy, Healthcare, E-commerce and Business services are some of the popular job sectors in the U... Read more about hot job sectors

Economy Growth Rate

According to the BEA (Bureau of Economic Affairs), the Real GDP of USA was 2.1% in 2022.

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Updated on Sep 29, 2023

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Location

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University CityAtlanta, Georgia, USA
Size of cityMedium
Population of City4,86,290
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Contact Information

Address

North Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30332
Atlanta ( Georgia)

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