Georgia Tech-Lorraine for Graduate Students

The best of both worlds ... a GT campus in the heart of Europe.

Established in Metz, France in 1990, Georgia Tech-Lorraine was our school's first international campus. Founded in the heart of the Lorraine region and less than 90 minutes from Paris, this global campus is situated in the crossroads of history.

The College of Computing hosts graduate study programs on the Metz campus that lead to designated master's (MSCS, MSECE, and MSME) degrees, undesignated master's (MS) degrees, and the Ph.D. program. The program courses are offered in English by Georgia Tech professors and GT-Lorraine programs are offered for one or more semesters to graduate students. 

In conjuction with other European universities, GT-Lorraine also offers cooperative dual-degree programs for graduate students.

Interested in studying at GT-Lorraine?

Explore your options on the Georgia Tech-Lorraine website or contact: