Creative Ways to Pay

There are a variety of creative ways to finance your Georgia Tech education! In addition to limited scholarships and need-based resources, students use work, research, and study abroad experiences to make Tech affordable. You may also choose to take advantage of on-campus employment.


The Co-op Program is designed to complement your classroom education with paid practical work experience. Co-op students alternate semesters of on-campus study with full-time employment, typically earning $8,000-$10,000 per work term.


Internships give you the flexibility to gain experience in your field, create a network of contacts, and receive academic credit and/or pay. You can choose to intern domestically or abroad through our global internship program.


Undergraduate research gives you the opportunity to participate in research with faculty across campus. You can earn course credit or salary for your work (salary varies between labs).

Study Abroad

Close to 52 percent of Tech students study or intern abroad by graduation. There are over 120 study abroad programs, ensuring that you can participate regardless of your choice of major. Out of state students may receive reduced tuition rates while studying abroad.