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Georgia Tech-Lorraine is not just for engineers - all majors are encouraged to attend.
Georgia Tech-Lorraine is perfect for all STEM majors with many core courses, and courses in your major.
Improve your fluency in French and cross-cultural competence with this experiential learning program focused on sustainability, service learning, and entrepreneurship. Spend Fall semester in France on the Georgia Tech-Lorraine campus taking courses, conducting research, volunteering in the community, and working toward a more sustainable world.
Register for the Fall 2020 semester! - Program offered in the Fall semester only.
FREN 3011: France Today (Classroom Based)
FREN 3500: Field Work Abroad (Community Based)
FREN 2701: Create-X Startup Lab
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.