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Woodruff School Graduate Studies 2015

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Transcript of Woodruff School Graduate Studies 2015

Georgia Tech Lorraine
(Metz, France)
Enhanced ability to contribute to
Society
Career
Intellectual
Why Georgia Tech?
Thriving campus in a vibrant urban area
Outstanding reputation, both within academia and industry
Opportunities for interdisciplinary research
Financial
Why Graduate School?
The George W. Woodruff School
of Mechanical Engineering
wants YOU!
Apply Early!
The early bird gets the worm!
Graduate Studies in
Dr. G. Paul Neitzel
Professor of Fluid Mechanics and Associate Chair for Graduate Studies
Applying to Georgia Tech
http://www.grad.gatech.edu
Woodruff School Admissions Criteria
Domestic Applicants
International Applicants
GPA > 3.3
GREQ > 155
GREV > 153
GREAW > 4-4.5
GREQ > 155
GREV > 146
GREAW > 4
TOEFL > 94
Initial stipends of $25,500 a year
A limited number of "topping fellowships" are available
Students paying full tuition & fees:
- In-state -
$7,822/semester

- Out-of-state -
$15,032/semester
Students on GRA/GTA:
- $1,221 reduced tuition and fees per semester
Expenses-paid campus visits are organized during two weekends in February and March.
Graduate Cooperative Program
Frank K. Webb Program in Professional Communication
Work-Abroad Program
Joint M.S. degree with University of Stuttgart
Joint Ph.D. degree with Seoul National University
Additional Opportunities
Facilities
Research
Funding sources include all branches of Federal Government and significant industry involvement
Outstanding facilities
Interdisciplinary research encouraged -
there are no School, College, or Institute
hindrances to collaboration
Acoustics & Dynamics
Bioengineering
Heat Transfer, Energy Systems & Combustion
Mechanics of Materials
Tribology
Nuclear &
Radiological Engineering
Medical Physics
Automation & Mechatronics
Computer-Aided Engineering & Design
Fluid Mechanics
Manufacturing
Micro and Nano Engineering
1.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Cambridge, MA
2.
Stanford University - Stanford, CA
3.
University of California Berkeley - Berkeley CA
4.
Carnegie Mellon University - Pittsburgh, PA
5.
California Institute of Technology - Pasadena, CA

6.
Purdue University ​West Lafayette - West Lafayette, IN
6.
University of Illinois Urbana-​Champaign - Urbana, IL
6.
University of Michigan Ann Arbor - Ann Arbor, MI
10.
University of Southern California (Viterbi) - Los Angeles, CA
10.
University of Texas—​Austin (Cockrell) - Austin, TX
Best Engineering
Grad Schools
6 Georgia Institute of Technology - Atlanta, GA
1.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Cambridge, MA
2.
Stanford University - Stanford, CA
3.
California Institute of Technology - Pasadena, CA
3.
University of California—​Berkeley - Berkeley, CA

5.
University of Michigan—​Ann Arbor - Ann Arbor, MI
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University of Illinois—​Urbana-​Champaign - Urbana, IL
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Carnegie Mellon University - Pittsburgh, PA
8.
Cornell University - Ithaca, NY
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Purdue University—​West Lafayette - West Lafayette, IN
Best Mechanical Engineering
Grad Schools
ME, NRE, MP, BioE, Robotics, PSE
99 full-time
15 joint appointees
Spanning virtually all areas of interest
Fall, 2015:
Large cadre of classmates
Outstanding Reputation
Large Faculty
Programs/Degrees
374 PhD
439 MS
(incl 142 distance learning)
Fall 2015 Enrollment
Why Woodruff School?
2,260 undergrads
813 grads
13,341 students
25,140 students total
CoE students
total
Engineering
Woodruff School
53%
12.2%
Tech students
23%
of
of
5. Georgia Institute of Technology - Atlanta, GA
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