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Instructions for Completion of
Information from Non-Citizens Form

 

International applicants must provide Georgia Institute of Technology with information needed to secure a visa. You must complete the Non-Citizen form included with the online application. You must also provide certified documentation indicating you have funding sufficient to cover your first year of study including living expenses for yourself and any dependents.

Below are tables giving you the estimated costs for tuition and fees, books and supplies, insurance and living expenses. Locate the program to which you are applying and use the figures in the corresponding table to determine how much funding you must be able to guarantee.

All programs are considered twelve month programs except for the following:

Nine Month Programs: Architecture (Ph.D. only), Bionformatics, Building Construction, City & Regional Planning, Computer Science (both MS and Ph.D.), Digital Media, Economics, Evening MBA, Human Computer Interaction, Human Centered Computing, History and Sociology of Technology and Science, Industrial Design, Information Design Technology, Information Security, International Affairs, Master of Business Administration, Music Technology, Psychology, Public Policy, Quantitative Computational Finance.

AY 2013-2014 ESTIMATED EXPENSES

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT FULL TIME graduate enrollment (12 hours)

 

9-m
Graduate
No GRA/GTA Funding

12-m
Graduate
No GRA/GTA Funding

1 Term
Graduate
No
GRA/GTA
Funding
(DS-2019)

9m
Graduate with
GRA/GTA Funding

12m
Graduate with
GRA/GTA Funding

1 Term
Graduate
with
GRA/GTA
Funding
(DS-2019)

Tuition

$29,722

$44,333

$14,861

$2,442

$3,413

$1,221

Living Expense

$13,597

$18,129

$6,798

$13,597

$18,129

$6,800

Misc. Expen. Total

$2,246

$2,671

$1,054

$2,246

$2,671

$1,054

TOTAL

$45,565

$65,133

$22,713

$18,285

$24,213

$9,075

 

Graduate Differential Programs

LEGEND: GRADUATE DIFFERENTIAL PROGRAMS

Full time (>=12 hrs)

AY Tuition differential

# Months in term

Total FT Tuition

Total Expenses - NO GT Funding

1

Joint Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering

$7,590

$22,770

12

$67,103

$87,903

2

MBA Program

$5,001

$10,002

9

$39,724

$55,567

3

MS City & Regional Planning

$1,423

$2,846

9

$32,568

$48,411

4

MS in Bioinformatics

$3,775

$7,550

9

$37,272

$53,115

5

MS in Building Construction and Integrated Facilities Management

$5,270

$10,540

9

$40,262

$56,105

6

MS in Industrial Design

$3,004

$6,008

9

$35,730

$51,573

7

MS in Music Technology

$1,728

$3,456

9

$33,178

$49,021

8

MS in Quantititative Computational Finance

$4,738

$9,476

9

$39,198

$55,041

9

MS in Biomed Innov & Development

$4,693

$14,079

12

$58,412

$79,212

10

MS in Prosthetics and Orthotics

$4,378

$13,134

12

$57,467

$78,267

11

MS in Supply Chain Engineering

$4,738

$14,214

12

$58,547

$79,347

12

Master of Architecture

$1,995

$5,985

12

$50,318

$71,118

13

MS Urban Design

$1,995

$5,985

12

$50,318

$71,118

14

MS Geographic Information Systems and Technology

$1,186

$3,558

12

$47,891

$68,691

 

 

Estimated cost for dependents

Dep.

per month

9 months

12 months

Spouse

$500

$4,500

$6,000

per child

$300

$2,700

$3,600

 

 

International students except Permanent Residents whose first language is not English are required to take the TOEFL. Students who receive college degrees from U.S. universities and universities in some other English-speaking countries may be exempted from taking this exam. An OFFICIAL score report must be sent to Georgia Tech from Educational Testing Service. For required scores and appropriate codes, please see your programs information page located at http://www.gradadmiss.gatech.edu/programs/