Georgia Tech-Lorraine is not just for engineers - all majors are encouraged to attend. No French language skills are required to participate in the program.
Check out the First-Year Semester Abroad @Georgia Tech-Lorraine, and begin your studies at Georgia Tech with a semester in Metz, France! This is a limited opportunity for a cohort of 50 lucky incoming first-year students.
Interested in French immersion? - You might like the SLS-France Program. This is our Serve-Learn-Sustain program that is only offered in the Fall semester! Improve your French with experiential learning in Metz, working on community-based sustainability projects. Offered Fall semester only. Read our blog and check us out on social media.
Liberal Arts and Business Majors
There is no additional cost to participate in the SLS-France Program at Georgia Tech-Lorraine! beyond the tuition and program fees as listed for the Georgia Tech-Lorraine program. Students must be at an intermediate level in French or above in order to participate in this program.
Read a recent article about this innovative program here: Serve-Learn-Sustain France Program: Creating Future Leaders in the World’s Sustainability Efforts
Program offered in the Fall semester only. Please visit the SLS-France Program at Georgia Tech-Lorraine webpage, for more information on this program.
FREN 3011: France Today (Classroom Based)
FREN 3500: Field Work Abroad (Community Based)
FREN 2813/COE 2701: Create-X Startup Lab (Cross-listed with the College of Engineering)
FREN 3120: French Conversation
HTS 2084: Technology & Society
HTS 2100: STMW – Regions of Europe
INTA 2030: Ethics in International Affairs
INTA 2220: Government & Politics of Western Europe
- Engage in service-learning projects in the local community
- Guided regional visits and excursions in French
- Accelerate your French fluency
BONUS: The first 5 students to be accepted into the SLS France Program will be credited back $500 towards their tuition and fees!
You may also contact the professors with any additional questions:
Georgia Tech-Lorraine is a great option for students who wish to do a joint BS/MS program.
The joint BS/MS Program is a five-year program that features a seamless transition between the bachelors and masters degree programs. The last two years of this program can be done at Georgia Tech-Lorraine. Careful course planning can also lead to the award of a graduate degree from a French partner school.
Did you know you can do undergraduate research at Georgia Tech-Lorraine in the Fall and Spring? Check it out on the course listings.
Take from 1 to 3 hours of credit. Please contact Dr. Bertrand Boussert for information on the opportunities.
The International Plan is a challenging and comprehensive academic program for Georgia Tech undergraduates that develops global competence within the context of a student’s major.
There are several courses that qualify not only toward Language Requirements, but also the Globally-Focused Coursework. Cross-reference the Georgia Tech-Lorraine course offerings with the International Plan class requirements.