Scholarships, Assistantships, and Contests for Georgia Tech-Lorraine Students


The Hope & Zell Miller Scholarships:  Applicable to all Georgia Tech-Lorraine undergraduate programs. See Office of Financial Aid for details.

Bill Sayle Scholarship:  Two, $1,000 scholarships given per semester (Fall and Spring semesters; Summer semester excluded) in honor of Professor Bill Sayle, who served as the Director of Undergraduate Programs for Georgia Tech-Lorraine from 2003 to 2007. Dr. Sayle passed away from pancreatic cancer in 2008. He was a champion and advocate for students throughout his career. This scholarship is intended to support motivated students with financial needs.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Enrollment in an undergraduate engineering program at Georgia Tech
  • Participation in the Spring or Fall undergraduate programs at Georgia Tech-Lorraine
  • Minimum overall GPA of 3.0 at time of application
  • Financial need
  • Completion of Bill Sayle Scholarship Application

Application Deadlines:  Fall: mid-June  Spring: mid-November

The application must be submitted online and the letter of recommendation must be emailed directly by the Referee  to Catherine Bass


Armanios Family Georgia Tech-Lorraine Study Abroad Scholarship:  One $500 scholarship per semester is offered by the Armanios/Philobos family to support Georgia Tech-Lorraine’s study abroad program. These scholarships are designated for female engineering students. Dr. Armanios is a former member of the Aerospace Engineering faculty at Georgia Tech, and Dr. Philobos, affectionately known as “Mimi” is the architect of Georgia Tech’s Women in Engineering program. Both are now at the University of Texas, Arlington. Dr. Armanios is the Chair of the School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering and Dr. Philobos is Assistant Dean to the College of Engineering

Eligibility Criteria

Female undergraduate engineering student participating in Georgia Tech-Lorraine program in Fall or Spring
Minimum overall GPA of 3.15 at time of application (Honors)- indicative of academic motivation
U.S. citizenship
Completion of Armanios Scholarship Application
Application Deadlines:  Fall:  mid-June, Spring:  mid-November

The application must be submitted online and the letter of recommendation must be emailed directly by the Referee  to Catherine Bass


The Georgia Tech-Lorraine Challenge Scholarship is a need-based scholarship established to support outstanding Georgia Tech undergraduate and graduate students who might not be able to participate in a program of study through Georgia Tech-Lorraine, without financial assistance.  The Georgia Tech-Lorraine Endowment Fund, which funds this scholarship, is comprised of donations from alumni and friends of Georgia Tech-Lorraine.

$10,000 will be disbursed from the Challenge Fund each year*, as follows:
• $5,000 – to one (1) dual-degree graduate student (international) participating in Georgia Tech-Lorraine’s Dual-degree Masters program. (Funds to be disbursed during the semester the winning student is at Georgia Tech-Lorraine, and applied towards tuition for the final semester of the program, which takes place at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. (*already disbursed for 2017)
• $2,500 – to one (1) graduate student (U.S. citizen or International Student) spending a semester or more at Georgia Tech-Lorraine. (open for 2017; deadline to apply for Fall 2017 is May 1, 2017)
• $2,500 – to one (1) Georgia Tech undergraduate student (U.S. citizen or International Student) spending the Spring or Fall semester at Georgia Tech-Lorraine. (Note: the scholarship will go to one (1) deserving undergraduate student each year, in either the Spring or Fall semester. (*already disbursed for 2017)

The scholarships will be awarded to three (3) students (as described above) who are admitted to the Georgia Tech-Lorraine program, and based on the following criteria:

- Significant financial need
- Review of application 
• personal reasons for wishing to attend GTL
• future professional goals 
• personal situation and circumstances explaining why you are applying for the Scholarship    

Applications will be reviewed by a committee, in coordination with the Office of Financial Aid. Please complete the Georgia Tech-Lorraine Challenge Scholarship application online. (please follow the instructions on the application as to where to send the requested letters of recommendation)


The Schlumberger Fellowship recognizes the impact that completing a masters degree in France will have on developing a global mindset for the engineers of tomorrow. Schlumberger, the world’s largest oilfield services company, has been a strong supporter of the Georgia Tech-Lorraine program. One fellowship will be awarded each year to a motivated student who best demonstrates how this fellowship will impact their future career goals as an internationally-trained engineer.

This fellowship is intended for prospective masters degree students who have been accepted to Georgia Tech, through the school of CS, ME, or ECE, and agree to complete their entire masters degree at the Georgia Tech-Lorraine campus. This fellowship is not need-based. Recipients will be selected by committee upon review of all applications submitted.

$7,000 will be disbursed from the Schlumberger Fellowship each year, as follows
• $3,500 to be disbursed at the beginning of the student’s first semester at Georgia Tech-Lorraine
• $3,500 to be disbursed at the beginning of the student’s final semester at Georgia Tech-Lorraine

Eligibility Criteria

  • Acceptance into a Georgia Tech masters program through the school of CS, ECE, or ME, indicating Georgia Tech-Lorraine as your campus of choice.
  • Agree to complete all semesters of study at the Lorraine campus
  • Completion of the Schlumberger Fellowship Application
  • Submission of two letters of recommendation, as indicated on the application

Please address any questions regarding this fellowship to, Andrea Gappell.


The Office of International Education (OIE) Scholarships for Study Abroad

Application deadline: October 15

Please follow the link below for information on OIE-adminstered scholarships:



Resident Assistant (RA) Job Description

Resident Assistants (RAs) are integral to the operation of the French residence halls. They will be committed to the well-being of Georgia Tech-Lorraine students and to the success of the Georgia Tech-Lorraine study abroad program. 

Georgia Tech-Lorraine is a Georgia Institute of Technology campus and established Georgia Tech policies for Resident Assistants and other students are exercised.

Application deadlines:                                                  Selection notification:
Spring Semester:           October 15th         ==>              November 15th
Fall Semester:                June 15th              ==>              July 15th
Summer Semester:        February 15th        ==>              March 15th

The ideal candidate will need to demonstrate the following:

  • Previous RA experience, or comparable work experience (preferred but not required)

  • Leadership ability

  • Discretion when dealing with the personal problems of other students

  • Experience in conflict resolution

  • Knowledge and willingness to enforce Georgia Tech policies

  • Preferred, but not required:  Some ability to speak French 

RA Responsibilities:

  • Report to the Georgia Tech-Lorraine Residence Program Coordinator
  • Participate in dorm orientations at the beginning of the semester
  • Provide student support in the residence (ie. provide dorm information, school information, answer questions on the Georgia Tech-Lorraine Facebook page when on duty, report problems in the residence, provide conflict resolution among students, if necessary, deal with and report disciplinary problems, when necessary, etc.)
  • Act as liaison between students and Georgia Tech-Lorraine Resident Program Coordinator and/or between students and Residence Director
  • When on duty, make duty rounds throughout the buildings 2 times/night at 8pm and at 12am (midnight)

For Fall and Spring semesters: RAs are on duty Monday – Thursday 

For Summer semester:  RAs are on duty Monday – Thursday or Tuesday –
Thursday, depending on class schedules

NOTE:  As a general rule, RAs have duty on any day that Georgia Tech-Lorraine has undergraduate classes.

RAs on duty must always keep the duty phone on their person and respond promptly when called (unless in class)

There is no weekend duty (Friday, Saturday or Sunday)

Other Duties

  • Fill out online duty round reports within 30 minutes after the completion of each round
  • Participate in bi-weekly staff meetings
  • Provide additional support to the Residence Program Coordinator as requested
  • Time commitment averages 8-10 hours per week.

RA Compensation:

Please note that students selected to be RAs will get assigned to a dorm, based on the staffing needs at Georgia Tech-Lorraine and on their specific level of experience.  Dorm preferences will be taken into consideration, however, and accommodated if possible.

The compensation for RA is the equivalent of the entire rent portion of the program fees for the semester, for the specific dorm to which the RA is assigned. Please note that RA's will still need to pay the remaining program fees.
Please contact Catherine Bass if you have additional questions on RA compensation.

RA Selection Process

Online Application: Complete the following application:

Interview: Upon completion of the online application, each candidate will be contacted by the Georgia Tech-Lorraine Resident Program Coordinator, Ms. Karen Pierce, for an interview via Skype.

For any additional information, please contact Karen Pierce:



The Georgia Tech-Lorraine Eurail Blogger Contest (open to undergraduate students only)

Two EURAIL passes will be awarded in both Fall and Spring semesters (approximate $1,300 value) to the winners of our Georgia Tech-Lorraine Eurail Blogger Contest.  Applicants will need to demonstrate their willingness and ability to write 3 weekly blog posts for our blog, To Georgia Tech-Lorraine...and Beyond! - To apply, students must already be accepted into the Georgia Tech-Lorraine program. This contest is open to both undergraduate Georgia Tech students and transient students. Details on how to apply will be shared with admitted students. Deadline to apply for Fall 2017 is May 19, 2017. Winners to be announced by June 16, 2017.

Application for Eurail Blogger Contest - Fall 2017