Georgia Institute of Technology and the College of Computing admit students based on a comprehensive evaluation of each applicant’s achievements, aptitude and potential for growth.
- Graduate applicants apply directly to the College of Computing through the Georgia Tech Office of Graduate Studies.
- Graduate Admission Requirements, Calendar and Deadlines
Email the Academic Program Manager
Interested in applying to the Online Master of Science in Computer Science program?
Financial aid provides support for students to help meet the costs of obtaining a Georgia Tech education. There are a number of ways you can receive financial aid, including:
- Scholarships & Grants
Also known as “gift aid,” and include federal, state, institutional and private aid. Funds come from several sources:
- Federal (Pell grant, SEOG)
- State (HOPE/Zell Miller scholarship)
- Work & Loans
Known as “self-help aid,” this is provided by federal work-study programs and educational loans. Funds include the Federal Work Study Program and Education Loans.
- Alternative Awards and Scholarships
There are a number of alternative scholarships and awards available to student applicants.
PhD students receive tuition and a stipend from participating in government-funded research grants.