Prospective Students From ABET-Accredited Institutions

Admissions | Double Degree Program Option | Global Immersion Engineering Program Option

Georgia Tech-Lorraine offers graduate programs encompassing a range of areas of Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. All courses are taught in English, primarily by professors who are assigned by their home department at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Program Options

Once admitted, students have a variety of options regarding their study at Georgia Tech-Lorraine:

  • Students can elect to do part of their graduate studies at the Lorraine campus, and part at the main Atlanta campus
  • Students can elect to do their entire graduate program at the Lorraine campus
  • Students who elect to do the entire graduate program at the Lorraine campus can also elect to participate in the Dual Degree Program and earn a second masters degree from a partner French university

Non-Georgia Resident Tuition

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There is a significant financial advantage for out-of-state students to study at Georgia Tech-Lorraine, as these students pay in-state tuition rates while studying at Georgia Tech-Lorraine. Students graduating from an ABET-accredited institution pay $6,726 per semester rather than the usual non-resident tuition of $13,9360.  This represents a cost savings of nearly $15,000 per academic year.


Students must first be admitted to one of the aforementioned Schools at the Georgia Institute of Technology, and should indicate Georgia Tech-Lorraine as their campus of choice on the application.

Double Degree Program Option

Graduate students have the option of earning a second master's degree from one of Georgia Tech-Lorraine's partner institutions, such as Arts et Metiers Paris Tech, ENSEEIHT, Supelec or Telecom Sud Paris.

Global Immersion Engineering Program Option

ECE students also have the option of studying one semester at Georgia Tech-Lorraine, one semester at Georgia Tech's campus in China, and one semester in Atlanta through the Global Immersion Engineering Program