Georgia Institute of Technology
United States of America
The Georgia Institute of Technology also known as Georgia Tech is an ivy-league public college and one of the leading research university in the USA. It was founded in 1885 in Atlanta, Georgia. International Campuses are located in Metz, France & Shenzhen, China.
It has 6 colleges and 28 schools focusing on Business, Computing, Design, Engineering, Liberal Arts and Sciences. The Institute’s technologically-focused curriculum earns consistently ways to build life-long friendships and connection throughout the Campus community. The Campus provides comfortable, stimulating and learning environment for more than 25000 students, well guided by learned faculty members.
The step-by-step guides created by Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid (OSFA) determine the eligibility for Financial Aid. People unbound by stereotypes or limitations are found here with a supportive and collaborative community. It even offers an optional International Plan that integrates overseas experiences, language proficiency and globally focused coursework into the four year degree requirements.
Georgia Tech fuels economic development by playing a major role in the region’s innovation ecosystem to spur and develop new technologies and expand job opportunities. The main hub of the innovation ecosystem is Technology Square in Midtown, Atlanta. It’s here that many of Georgia Tech’s collaborative partners tap into the Institute’s expertise, students, faculty and researchers to transfer ideas and technology from labs to marketplace; top ranking incubation and acceleration programs attract entrepreneurs and start ups; and academic programs instill entrepreneurial confidence in students and learners of all types.
Notable alumni: Jimmy Carter (U.S. President), Kary Mullis (Biologist) and John Young (Astronaut)
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