MS Dual-degree Partner Institutions

Georgia Tech-Europe has signed a growing number of academic agreements with top-tier partner institutions since 1990 in Europe and North Africa on behalf of our unique dual-degree master's program.

Students graduate with degrees from both Georgia Tech and the partner institution. They have the option of completing their degree on the Europe campus, or splitting their semesters between the Shenzhen (for Computer Science or Electrical and Computer Engineering majors) and Atlanta campuses.

Arts et Métiers – Aix-en-Provence, Angers, Bordeaux, Châlons-en-Champagne, Lille, Metz, Paris (France)

Centrale Casablanca – Casablanca (Morocco)

CentraleSupélec – Chatenay, Gif, Metz, Rennes, (France)

Comillas ICAI – Madrid (Spain)

ECAM –  Lyon (France)

Ecole Centrale de Lille - Lille (France)

ENSEA– Cergy (France)

ENSEEIHT – Toulouse (France)

ENSEM – Nancy (France)

ENSTA – Bretagne, Brest (France)

EPF – Montpellier, Sceaux, Troyes (France)

ESIEE – Paris (France)

ESILV - Paris-la-Défense (France)

Grenoble INP - Grenoble (France)

INSA – Lyon, Toulouse (France) 

Institut Mines-Télécom – Albi, Alès, Evry, IMT Atlantique, IMT Nord Europe, Paris, Nancy, St. Etienne (France)

Institut d’Optique Graduate School – Palaiseau (France)

Polytech Nancy - Nancy (France)

Universidad Politécnica de Madrid - Madrid (Spain)

Universitat Politécnica de Valencia - Valencia (Spain)

Università degli Studi di Brescia – Brescia (Italy)

Université de Lorraine - Metz (France)

Università di Roma Sapienza – Rome (Italy)

Université Internationale de Rabat – Rabat (Morocco)

Université du Luxembourg (Luxembourg)

UTT/UTBM/UTC – Belfort, Compiègne,Troyes (France)