International Study – Quick Facts for Parents

GT Undergraduate Study Abroad Programs

  • Most GT financial aid and scholarships applicable, including HOPE 
  • Additional scholarships available for study abroad; for further information go to www.oie.gatech.edu/sa/programs  
  • Out-of-state students pay in-state tuition plus an additional fee 
  • In-state students pay Georgia Tech in-state tuition 
  • Many study abroad and exchange programs offer classes in English 
  • Co-op students can study abroad; it counts as a normal school semester 
  • Barcelona Study Abroad and Georgia Tech-Lorraine work in conjunction with the International Plan (see below)
  • Participants must be 18 years of age prior to departure 
  • Students may participate in study abroad at any time after completing two semesters

Barcelona Program

  • 10-week summer program with two weeklong breaks
  • All classes taught in English by GT faculty
  • Out-of-state students pay in-state GT tuition plus $250 (based on 12-hour course load, out-of-state students save approximately $8,000 in tuition)
  • In-state students pay GT in-state tuition

Georgia Tech-Lorraine

  • Program offered fall, spring and summer semesters
  • Classes taught four days a week, affording time for weekend travel
  • All classes taught in English by GT faculty
  • Out-of-state students pay GT in-state tuition plus $2,000 per semester (based on 12-hour course load, out-of-state students save approximately $6,000 in tuition)
  • In-state students pay GT in-state tuition
  • 30 classes to choose from

International Plan

The International Plan is a challenging, four-year program that works in tandem with an undergraduate’s academic curriculum to produce globally competent citizens. For more information go to www.internationalplan.gatech.edu.

Additional GT Study Abroad & Exchange Programs

For a list of programs, go to www.oie.gatech.edu/sa/programs.

Work or Internships Abroad

For more information, go to www.workabroad.gatech.edu.