Due to transfer application requirements and campus capacity constraints, only applicants studying at a regionally accredited college or university within the United States are eligible to apply for transfer consideration.
Students applying directly from a non-U.S. college or university are not eligible to apply for transfer unless their institution and course requirements by major are present and transferable on the Georgia Tech transfer equivalency table.
International students go through the same application process as all other students, regardless of residency. However, transcript requirements vary.
An official transcript from each international (Non-U.S.) institution is required along with a foreign credit evaluation report. We recommend credit evaluation providers send the official transcript and foreign credit evaluation together.
The foreign credit evaluation must include a comprehensive course-by-course assessment and grade point average (GPA) evaluation.
Approved evaluation service providers include:
- Josef Silny & Associates, Inc.
- International Education Consultants
- World Education Services, Inc.
- Education Credential Evaluators, Inc.
- International Education Research Foundation, Inc.
- Lisano International
- International Education Evaluations, Inc.
International Credit Review
Review the Institute’s transfer credit policy for more information. Coursework at colleges and universities outside the United States and Canada is reviewed on a case-by-case basis. English taught abroad as a foreign language is not proof of English Proficiency or transferable to Georgia Tech.