Ready to join the IP? First, be sure to:

Confirm you’re in an eligible major.

Familiarize yourself with the requirements and understand how to get started from your first semester.

Check out IP Tracks to see suggested path- ways for your major and language. This tool will help you start to imagine what your Inter- national Plan can look like!

Follow the application deadlines:

 Aug 1—Fall priority

 Sept 1—Final Fall

 Jan 1—Spring

 May 1—Summer

Look for the decision to be sent to your GT email address. (All IP correspondence will be sent to your GT email account!)

Once you have been accepted, complete the required online orientation. Instructions will be included in your e-acceptance letter.

Fall 2014 Freshman and New IP Student?

Register for the IP section of GT 1000, GT’s freshman seminar. Meet other IP students, get started on your IP plans, and take part in intercultural activities.

Interested? For more info, contact Colette Fournier at colette.fournier@oie.gatech.edu



Through the International Plan, Georgia Tech strives to produce graduates who are globally competent, particularly in the context of their major. Students are encouraged to join the program as early as possible (freshman year) in order to be able to maximize your time in the IP. To stay on track, you can do a self-audit with the checklist. Also, an individualized progress report will be emailed to you each semester. With proper planning and good advisement, the IP requirements should help you complete your degree requirements as well. If you have questions, feel free contact us at any time!

Need a refresher on IP requirements and policies? View the orientation videos at your convenience!

IP Student Resources

Not sure how to start planning your IP journey?

Check out IP TRACKS to get inspired and see examples of internationa experiences and coursework that fit a variety of majors and languages!

LINKS Intercultural Meet Up Group

Have an international experience here on campus through LINKS Intercultural Partner Group!  IP students and international students come together for cultural exchange during events throughout the academic year.  See the LINKS website for more information and to get involved!

The administration of the International Plan is a collaborative effort between the Office of International Education, faculty representatives from participating majors, academic advisors, and other related campus departments. Below are resources that faculty and advisors may find helpful as they work with students who are participating in the International Plan.

If your academic unit would like to become a participating major in the International Plan, please click here for more information on how to join. 



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