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Course Duration & Fees

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Courses1st Year Tuition FeesDuration & Eligibility
MS(40 courses)
INR 15 L - 51 L
Duration12 months-3 years
Exam AcceptedTOEFL: 90 - 106, IELTS: 7 - 7.5, GRE
B.E. / B.Tech(18 courses)
INR 26 L - 27 L
Duration3-5 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6 & Above, TOEFL: 69 & Above, PTE: 53 & Above
MBA/PGDM(7 courses)
INR 17 L - 34 L
Duration12 months-3 years
Exam AcceptedTOEFL: 90 - 100, GMAT, GRE

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Georgia Institute of Technology
Students Ratings & Reviews

4/5
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Vibe of Campus
  • Academically oriented
  • Multi-dimensional
  • Friendly
  • Fun loving
Student Views
  • 50% students never faced discrimination in this university
Internships4.2
Part time work4.5
Post study jobs4.3
Quality of faculty4.5
Student Life4.2
Value for money4.2
Public transportation3.5
Safety2.8
Indian Food4.3
Permanent Immigration3.2
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BS in Computational Media - Batch of 2026
4.5
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Georgia Tech for an international freshman is the best if you can balance work and fun.
Tips: For international students from South Asian countries, getting used to doing one's own chores might be challenging but everyone eventually gets accustomed to it. Scholarships are not available to international students as it is a public university. Overall, I love Georgia Teach. I think if one can balance their work and social life, the experience is very lucrative and par every top-tier college in the US.
Likes (Student Life): Student life is great at Georgia Teach: there are many academic and social clubs one can join. Academically oriented clubs are great opportunities for networking while social clubs enable one to meet people with similar interests. Greek life is also a major part of the Georgia Tech experience for many!
Dislikes (Safety): The campus itself is safe: Georgia Tech is a safe bubble. Downtown Atlanta is considered unsafe. As a rule of thumb, it is best not to stay outside beyond 3 AM. There is strength in numbers: travelling in groups is always the preferred option. Campus is safe 99% of the time: campus police patrol the area day and night.
Reviewed on 15 Apr 2024Read more
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Master of Science in Robotics - Batch of 2025
3.9
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Great academic university.
Tips: The course is pretty good. Lots of resources in terms of job search. There is an opportunity to get funding in terms of student assistant, teaching assistant and research assistant. I really like the university. It's pretty much worth the money. I was able to get used to the culture here.
Likes (Student Life): They have a lot of clubs and activities. They prioritize student health and wellness. They have the robotics club and most clubs don't need prior experience. You can just sign up for anything and they teach you about it from scratch. You get to take part in several competitions.
Dislikes (Safety): We have GTPD and they are always available on call. They do prioritize the safety of the students. This was not on campus but there was a random guy who came up to me and asked me for money. It was definitely scary. There are a lot of homeless people in the area where I live.
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MS in Cybersecurity - Batch of 2016
3.1
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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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Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering - Batch of 2022
4.2
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Great Tech school with amazing grad program!
Tips: Graduate programs at Georgia tech are well-reputed and provide students with abundant knowledge and exposure. Limitless opportunities are available both during and after graduation from school. Some useful tips while prepping for graduation school: - Reach out to your department and apply for teaching assistantships once you receive the admit. - Email professors and graduation students in the lab (information available on university web page) regarding research assistantships.
Likes (Post study jobs): Even in the field of Aerospace engineering, there are multiple companies that sponsor work visas. As I stayed on for a Ph.D. my knowledge in this domain is limited. From my experience in the lab, industry and national labs are always on the lookout for talented graduation students.
Dislikes (Safety): Multiple safety issues have occurred in the city, but the campus is relatively safe. Housing options close to the campus are recommended. Georgia tech police dept. is extremely responsive in case of any emergency, make sure to contact them. The shuttle system is well-connected and is your best bet for safe transportation in and around campus.
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MS in Cybersecurity - Batch of 2023
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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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Georgia Institute of Technology is a public research university. Therefore, the tuition fees for domestic and international students may vary from each other. The tuition fees for international students depend on the type of course and level of study. Therefore, international students should check t

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Yes, Georgia Tech requires students to pay an application fee after submitting their application form. The application fees for domestic and international students may vary. Therefore, international students should check the application fee before applying. Georgia Tech application fees for internat

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Georgia Institute of Technology admission requirements for international students may vary from course to course. The minimum eligibility depends on the type of course and level of study. Therefore, international students are advised to check the minimum admission requirements for their courses befo

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Some of the basic tips to get into Georgia Institute of Technology admissions are applicants should strictly focus on presenting a positive view of themselves, beyond just academic achievements. Students should highlight their unique experiences, interests, and perspectives to help the examiner or t

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The annual tuition fee for a B.Tech programme at P. Savani University is around INR 97,650 (rupees ninety-seven thousand six hundred fifty). However, the total cost of attendance might be higher as there are additional fees to consider.

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University CityAtlanta, Georgia, USA
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Population of City4,86,290

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