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.
- The application deadline for the MS Program in CSE is Feb. 1.
- The application deadline for the PhD Program in CSE is Dec. 15.
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.
Ph.D. students receive tuition and a stipend from participating in government-funded research grants.
Email the Academic Program Manager