Georgia Tech-Lorraine prepares students for success in the global arena.
Georgia Tech’s European Campus since 1990
Academics, research, and innovation converge at Georgia Tech-Lorraine. Georgia Tech’s first international campus, is located in Metz, France, less than 90 minutes from Paris by train. The year-round campus offers programs in engineering, the sciences, business, French, and liberal arts for undergraduates from Georgia Tech and other U.S. universities. Students from around the world can pursue a Master's or PhD in France's dynamic Grand Est region at an excellent value.
Can't make it to a weekly GTL Info Session held on Thursdays from 11am-12pm? No worries! Tune in to this special IEW GTL Info Session held on Tuesday, November 16th from 1-2pm for details about studying at Tech's campus in France!
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.