Georgia Tech-Lorraine prepares students for success in the global arena. The campus is located in historic Metz, France, in the heart of Europe.
Georgia Tech classes are taught by Georgia Tech faculty, in English. No need to study French, but French classes are offered at all levels.
Research opportunities with a local spin are available to both undergraduate and graduate students.
Long weekends for independent travel in France and beyond. Discover Europe and become a global citizen in the process!
Dual-degree master’s program students have the option of spending their last semester on Georgia Tech’s main campus in Atlanta.
Georgia Tech’s European Campus since 1990
Academics, research, and innovation converge at Georgia Tech-Lorraine, Georgia Tech’s first international campus, less than 90 minutes from Paris by train. The year-round campus offers programs in engineering, the sciences, business, and liberal arts for undergraduates from Georgia Tech and other U.S. universities. Masters and PhD programs in engineering offer the opportunity to pursue a Georgia Tech degree at a fraction of the cost of the Atlanta campus.
Bernard Kippelen, Joseph M. Pettit Professor in Georgia Tech’s School of Electrical and Computer Engineering and co-president of the Lafayette Institute in Metz, France, has been named vice provost for International Initiatives, effective August 1.
The Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering’s Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory (ASDL) is joining a large-scale initiative to address critical aviation growth issues over the next few decades.