Georgia Tech is ranked #4 in Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs, with all of the Institute’s undergraduate engineering programs ranking in the top 5.All of Tech's graduate engineering program rank in the top 10. (Source: U.S. News & World Report)
Scheller College of Business ranks #21 in Undergraduate Business Programs, #6 in Management Information Systems, #7 in Production/Operation Management, #7 in Quantitative Analysis, and #8 in Supply Chain Management/Logistics. Scheller is also ranked #2 in the U.S. and #6 in the world on the Corporate KnightsBetter World MBA Ranking list.
Computer Science ranks #8 on the 2018 Times Higher Education World University Rankings, #21 in The Guardian's QS World University Rankings, and our graduate computer science program is ranked #8 by U.S. News & World Report.
Our strong work ethic is balanced by a collegiate atmosphere incorporating sports, campus traditions, more than 400 student organizations, and more than 50 Greek organizations.
Our NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletics program is one of the oldest and most renowned in the country, and Tech students are passionate cheerleaders for their beloved Yellow Jackets, who compete in 17 different sports.
For the larger student body, Tech's 20 intramural sports, 43 sports clubs, and one of the bestoutdoor recreation programs in the country offer year-round action.
Georgia Tech is one of the South’s largest industrial and engineering research agencies.
The Institute plays a leading role in the Georgia Research Alliance, a centerpiece of the state’s economic development strategy.
Research is conducted for industry and government by the Georgia Tech Research Institute, various academic schools and departments, and more than 100 interdisciplinary research units.
More than 700 businesses, industries, and organizations throughout the U.S. and abroad employ Georgia Tech co-op students and interns each year.
The Institute is consistently ratedamong the top universities in the nation for graduation of underrepresented minorities in engineering, physical sciences, and architecture and planning.
With more than 60 chartered student organizations exploring religious, racial, sexual, and ethnic identity (but open to all), our students find a way to celebrate, strengthen, and share their part of the robust cultural melting pot that thrives in our community.
The Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC) is recognized by Forbes magazine as one of 12 incubators “changing the world.” Founded in 1980, ATDC is the oldest technology incubator in the U.S. with more than $2 billion raised by 150 graduates.