Georgia Institute of Technology
Georgia Institute of Technology

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  • University Offices:
    225 North Ave, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
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    +1 404-894-2000
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    +1 404-894-1609
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Established in 1885, Georgia Institute of Technology officially opened its door to around 80 students in 1888. Located in Atlanta, Georgia, it is considered as one of the most prestigious scientific research and technological institutions. A part of the Georgia’s University system, Georgia Tech today enrolls more than 20,000 students.

Spread over 400-acres of land, Institute offers a collegiate atmosphere including more than 40 sports campus, around 450 student organizations and over 20 intramural sports. Also, Georgia Tech has its satellite campuses in France, Savannah, Athlone, Singapore, China, Metz, Georgia, Ireland, and Shenzhen.

Comprising more than 100 Interdisciplinary research centers, the institute is organized into 6 colleges and includes more than 30 departments, focusing on science and technology. The university is most popular for its degree programs specializing in computing, sciences, business administration, engineering and liberal arts.

Georgia Tech has always been in the national spotlight for the sports team ‘Yellow Jackets’ and the first nationally recognized song ‘Ramblin’. The Institute is also a part of Atlantic Coast Conference from the Coastal Division.

Academic staff including more than 1000 experienced faculty members help students in expanding their knowledge by enhancing their excellence through practical applications. Living alumni of more than 1,20,000 represent the Institute globally. Notable alumni of Georgia Tech include former President of the United States, Jimmy Carter, Nobel Prize Winner like Juan Carlos Varela and Kary Mullis among others.

Classified as a university with high research activity, Georgia stands out as a different kind of institution, one that is developing revolutionary technologies and eagerly motivating innovation of the 21st century.