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Introducing Georgia Institute of Technology

Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Institute of Technology), as the name suggests, is a university famous for its science and engineering. The university was founded in 1885. At the time of the university’s founding, engineering technology was the main focus. Today, engineering technology is still the most proud direction of the university. At the same time, the university has developed into a comprehensive research-oriented university. The University's School of Engineering's research institute is very strong, and more than a dozen engineering majors are ranked in the top 10 in the United States. As a strong science and engineering school, Georgia Institute of Technology attracts Chinese students interested in science and engineering every year.

The university is located in Atlanta, the largest city in the southeastern United States. A cosmopolitan city that combines entertainment, education and economic opportunity, the community here is a thriving place where creativity, learning, living and play are integrated. As the economic and cultural center of Georgia, Atlanta is full of attractions, small businesses, high-tech start-ups and multinational corporations, making it very attractive to international students who come to study.

Although the university is specialized in science and engineering, Georgia Tech still understands the importance of well-rounded students. The school provides core courses focusing on liberal arts and sciences, requiring students to receive a wide range of basic humanities education while developing their science and engineering majors. The university has a very strong academic atmosphere.

Academically, a large undergraduate focus of the university is on the students themselves. Compared with most public universities, Georgia Tech, with more than 16,000 undergraduate students, is not very large.

Strong Subjects/Popular Majors

Georgia Institute of Technology consists of six colleges, including College of Engineering, Scheller College of Business, College of Computing, College of Computing, College of Design, and Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts and Sciences College of Science, College of Arts and Sciences. Among the top graduate schools is the College of Engineering and the Scheller College of Business. Georgia Tech is very active in research, conducting government and industry research, and the school's efforts are key to the Georgia Research Alliance, which plays a role in the state's economic development strategy.

The Top 10 Most Popular Majors for Graduates in 2020:

  • Computer information science

  • Mechanical engineering

  • Industrial Engineering

  • Business Administration

  • Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering

  • Aerospace Engineering/Space Engineering

  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

  • Chemical engineering

  • Computer engineering

  • Materials Engineering

School Ranking Data (US News Ranking)

#36 Best Comprehensive Colleges in America

#4 Most Innovative School Ranking

#10 Best Public University Rankings

#2 Best Engineering Schools Ranking

#9 Business Program Rankings

#5 Computer Science Program Rankings

The above data is cited based on information found on US News.



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