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Housing Type: Residence Hall Program Level: Undergraduate
Credit Hours: 12 Language of Instruction: English
Academic Disciplines: Aerospace Engineering, Applied Language and Intercultural Studies, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Economics, Electrical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, French, History, Technology, and Society, Industrial Engineering, International Affairs, International Affairs and Modern Languages, Literature, Media and Communication, Materials Science and Engineering, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Neuroscience, Nuclear and Radiological Engineeering, Physics Program Type: Faculty-Led Study Abroad
International Service Learning: No Weeks per term: Fall-16, Spring-15, Summer-12
Affiliated with GT Serve-Learn-Sustain: Yes Program Open to Non-GT Students: Yes
Program Description:
Program InformationEligibilityCoursesvisa and passport infoContact Information



 


Program Information


Quality academics. Meaningful international internships. Pioneering undergraduate research. Incredible travel opportunities. A unique international experience. That’s what Georgia Tech Lorraine offers students from Georgia Tech and leading U.S. universities.

Undergraduate programs are offered  year-around–Fall, Spring and Summer. All courses are taught in English by Georgia Tech faculty.

GTL Spring 2019 is offering a French Program. More details here.

Additional Requirements for Georgia Tech Lorraine:
Minimum GPA Requirement of 2.5. 1st year and transfer students without a GT GPA are accepted conditionally. Following 1st semester at GT, acceptance will be confirmed if GPA is at least 2.5 or retracted if GPA is less than 2.5.

Cancellation Policy
Spring Program:

Cancellation request made after October 31: An additional cancellation fee of $1,000 will be charged to the student's account.
Cancellation requests made after November 15: All Program Fees will be charged to the student's account, with no possible refund. This includes students who are placed on probation (academic or disciplinary) after they have been accepted to the program; there is no possible refund.


Summer Program:
Cancellation request made after February 15th: An additional cancellation fee of $1,000 will be charged to the student's account.
Cancellation request made after April 1st: All Program Fees will be charged to the student's account, with no possible refund. This includes students who are placed on probation (academic or disciplinary) after they have been accepted to the program; there is no possible refund.

Fall Program: 
Cancellation request made after May 15: An additional cancellation fee of $1,000 will be charged to the student's account.
Cancellation request made after July 1: All Program Fees will be charged to the student's account, with no possible refund. This includes students who are placed on probation (academic or disciplinary) after they have been accepted to the program; there is no possible refund.

Eligibility


All Faculty-Led Study Abroad Programs have the following baseline requirements:
  • You must have completed at least two full-time semesters of college-level study as a degree-seeking student prior to participation in a study abroad program and you must be at least 18 years of age by the program's departure date.
  • You must be in good academic standing. Good academic standing is determined by the Registrar's Office and is indicated at the end of your transcript each semester. Academic warning is a subcategory of good academic standing, so students on warning are still eligible.
  • You must be in good disciplinary standing. The Office of the Dean of Students and Housing determine your standing based on your disciplinary record.
  • You must maintain appropriate standards of behavior. Keep in mind that there are social aspects to the study abroad learning experience. Appropriate standards of behavior must be adhered to at all times. Please note: If you have had previous contact with GT study abroad programs, OIE, and/or the Office of the Dean of Students, applications may require additional time to be reviewed and processed.
  • You must complete a mandatory OIE Pre-Departure Orientation.

NOTE: Some programs have additional requirements including language level, minimum GPA, class standing, etc. Please refer to the program contact or to the application instructions for clarification on any additional requirements beyond those listed.

Program Courses


Please visit the GT Lorraine Website for Course Information


NOTE: Courses offered on the program may change from year to year. 
 

Visa and Passport Information


  • ALL participants of this program must have a valid passport. Complete information about how to apply for or renew a U.S. passport is available here.
  • You must obtain all proper immigration documents, such as a visa if required. Students are responsible for securing all required travel documents per the host country’s regulations.
  • You should contact the program for information on whether or not you will require a visa or other travel documents to participate.
  • For visa information visit the U.S. State Department website here.

Essential Functions of Study Abroad


OIE is committed to supporting students with disabilities who plan to embark on an international experience. Along with this one of a kind experience comes with the knowledge that there are different cultural viewpoints and legal standards for disabilities throughout the world. Contact your study abroad advisor for additional details about the essential functions of this particular study abroad program. Notify the Office of International Education and the Office of Disability Services about your accommodation needs as soon as possible, but at a minimum, we suggest at least six months before your expected departure. Please note, that depending on your needs, it may take longer to determine if accommodations are in place for the program that you have chosen.

Experiences of Former Students


Want to hear from former study abroad students about the realities of daily life on the program? Want to see snapshots from around the world - taken by former study abroad participants? Check out these helpful links: Peer Advisors and Study Abroad Photo Contest.

Can't find a student perspective for your particular program? Contact the program (info listed below); the program often has lists of recent participants who are eager to tell other GT students about studying abroad.

Contact Information
Catherine Bass, Program Director
Andrea Gappell, Marketing and Communications Manager
Allie Crain, Outreach Coordinator


Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2019 12/31/2018 ** Rolling Admission 05/13/2019 08/02/2019
NOTE: Transient student deadline is December 31, 2018 and all supporting transient documents due by January 15, 2019.
Fall 2019 03/08/2019 ** Rolling Admission 08/19/2019 12/12/2019
NOTE: Transient student deadline is March 1, 2019 and all supporting transients documents due by March 15, 2019.

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.