Georgia Tech-Lorraine prepares students for success in the global arena.
Georgia Tech’s European Campus since 1990
Academics, research, and innovation converge at Georgia Tech-Lorraine. Georgia Tech’s first international campus, is located in Metz, France, less than 90 minutes from Paris by train. The year-round campus offers programs in engineering, the sciences, business, French, and liberal arts for undergraduates from Georgia Tech and other U.S. universities. Students from around the world can pursue a Master's or PhD in France's dynamic Grand Est region at an excellent value.
The Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering’s Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory (ASDL) is joining a large-scale initiative to address critical aviation growth issues over the next few decades.
Science and art go hand in hand and, through the Leonardo Program, students get a first-hand look at how culture, creativity, and art play into their chosen fields of study and enrich their understanding of the world.