Double Degree Information

US students, and international students not enrolled in a partner institution have the option of participating in the Double Degree program. The Georgia Institute of Technology and Georgia Tech- Lorraine have signed cooperative agreements with renown Engineering Schools and Universities in France and Europe to develop innovative academic collaborations and allow students to graduate with a double Master degree.


US and international students can participate in the double degree program with the following institutions: Arts & Métiers Paris Tech, (ENSAM) École Nationale Supérieure d'Électronique, d'Electrotechnique, d'Informatique, d'Hydraulique, et de Télécommunications ( ENSEEIHT), Ecole des Mines École Supérieure d'Électricité (Supelec), and Telecom Sud Paris, Université de Technologie de Compiégne (UTC).

Within the framework of these agreements, students may take courses offered by these partner institutions in their local language. Upon successful completion of these highly innovative and integrated programs, students are awarded a Master's degree from Georgia Tech and a Graduate Diploma from a partner institution. This bi-continental program offers students a unique opportunity to launch their international career, by preparing them for the challenges of emerging global technology development.

Students who take part in the double degree program acquire a rich perspective on engineering entrepreneurship, multi-cultural and multinational exposure. The unique integration between education, research and industry has given this program its international respect and recognition. 

 The Master of Science - Master's degree: the student enters the MS program for two semesters at the Lorraine campus and then joins the partner school campus.