Georgia Institute of Technology, more commonly known as Georgia Tech, is a 4-year research institution offering technology-focused education based out of Atlanta, GA. The institution has a number of instructional sites, including online and physical locations in both France and China. Offering programs across the spectrum, from engineering to design, business to liberal arts, Georgia Tech offers more than 100 undergraduate majors and minors across six colleges, as well as graduate options. The College of Engineering is the largest of its kind in the nation, while the Scheller College of Business, operating since 1912, features a curriculum that focuses on using technology to solve complex business problems and has been nationally recognized. The campus sits on 400 acres in the capital city of Georgia and features its own Barnes and Noble, a hotel and conference center, and more.
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Spectacular campus with a great balance of innovative architecture and green spaces. Great opportunities and activities every week for students. Classes are challenging enough to make you want to overcome obstacles, rather than make you want to give up.
Overall, it's great school. Graduating from here will give you a reputation before you even enter the workplace, but the academic rigor you go through to get that degree is the reason why.
Thomas from Rex, GA
one of the top engineering schools in the nation. Great CO-OP and Internship program.
Bhavik from St Augustine, FL
It is a school where you will constantly ask yourself why you are here. However, it is also the only school where you could ver see yourself being at.
George P. Burdell from Atlanta, GA
If you are someone who is dedicated, motivated, and passionate about learning, then Georgia Tech is the school for you. Although this school expects hard work and determination in all subject areas, all that you have learned will benefit the next phase of your studies. And once you finish a class, the feeling of achievement and satisfaction is so strong, and you feel so proud of yourself.