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Studying at Georgia Tech-Lorraine is a great value. For out-of-state students, it can be less expensive to study at the Lorraine campus than in Atlanta!
Application Fee: $500 fee payable at the time you apply. This fee is non-refundable once you are accepted into the program.
Tuition: All students pay in-state tuition, as set by the The Board of Regents. The BOR typically sets tuition each April for the upcoming academic year that begins in the Fall.
- Out-of-state and international students pay additional tuition of $5,000.
Program Fees: Includes housing costs and the Georgia Tech-Lorraine Fees (i.e Medical Insurance, student ISIC card, Administrative Fees).
Additional Program Costs
- Airfare: approximately $1,500 (highly variable depending on the time of year)
- Eurail Pass: Between $552-1,300 (prices vary; you will learn more about this after you are accepted into the program)
- Passport: $110.00 application and processing fee (US Government). Expedited service: An additional $60
- Visa and Campus France Fees
- Spring/Fall: approximately $335 (ALL non-E.U. citizen students will need a visa)
- Summer: Some international students will need a visa and will be contacted by Maleia Lewis.
- Summer students: US students do not need a visa for stays under 90 days, other students may or may not need a visa (check with Maleia Lewis). The Schengen visa required by some non-US citizens will be free (subject to change).
- Meals & Personal Travel: Students should plan on budgeting at least $200 per week for their meals and weekend travels.
- Books & Supplies: approximately $500 (highly variable depending on the course load)
- Note on Meals: There is no meal plan at Georgia Tech-Lorraine in the Spring and Fall. Students will have access to low-cost meals through a French student dining hall. Summer students will have lunch provided on class days only.