Following guidance from Georgia Tech Administration and the University System of Georgia, the Office of International Education has implemented its continuity of operations plan.  This plan moves OIE to email and other internet-based forms of communication until further notice.  When you have questions or require support, please email the following contacts:
    International Students and Scholars:
    Education Abroad:
    For all other inquiries, please refer to the staff list:

OIE remains committed to providing excellent service to all of our stakeholders.  We look forward to working with you virtually to continue supporting Tech's global mission. We appreciate your support and understanding as we and the rest of the world respond to the current public health crisis. 

Global Internship Program

As more employers look for college graduates who can work in diverse settings and approach problems from multiple perspectives, it is more important than ever for Georgia Tech students to gain global experience in their fields. Georgia Tech's Global Internship Program helps students accomplish this by facilitating short-term work experiences in an international context. The Global Internship Program staff advise GT students on job search techniques and preparing to work in a new cultural setting. We also seek to make relationships with overseas employers to offer quality internships/co-ops for our students. 
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International Students

If you are a GT student on an F1 visa:
As soon as you apply to a program abroad, you MUST contact International Student and Scholar Services to review your U.S. Visa.  Please email for more information.  

US State Department Travel Advisories

For information regarding current US State Department Travel Advisories, please visit this site. Students are not permitted to travel abroad abroad as part of an educational/experiential activity (including internships) to a country (or areas of countries) that are assigned a US State Department Travel Advisory Level 3 (Reconsider Travel) or 4 (Do Not Travel). Additionally, it is highly recommended for students who are US citizens to register their travel through the US State Department's STEP program

To review the full policy on Restricted Student Travel, click here. To submit an appeal through the GT Appeal Committee on Restricted Student Travel, follow the guidelines outlined here



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