Spring 2019 graduate open house students, faculty, and prospective students mingle

Prospective Students

Prospective Students

Architecture is a discipline that sits between art, culture, and technology. Georgia Tech architecture students think about the buildings of the future--how to use old buildings in new ways and the new types of buildings people will need all over the world. Then they use emerging technologies to design and develop those buildings, fast. 

Admissions Information

Students make models by pouring concrete in the Hinman Courtyard

Undergraduate Admissions

Students laughing as they present a Portman Studio project in the Hinman Research Building

Graduate Admissions

Gustavo do Amaral presents his thesis topic at the 2020 Divergence in Architectural Research Symposium

Ph.D. Admissions

Daniel Baerlecken and students going through Design Develop Building international education workshop on Daniel's laptop

International Students

Students looking through portfolios in the Hinman Research Building on Portfolio Day

Transfer Students

Scholarships and Financial Aid

The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid (OSFA) is dedicated to helping students and families apply for and obtain the financial aid necessary to pursue a Georgia Tech degree. Financial advisors are available to assist you and to help you find the answers to your questions. Please visit the OSFA website for additional information including a full list of scholarships available at Georgia Tech.

Paola Santiago headshot

Meet Our Ambassadors

Our undergraduate and graduate ambassadors are faculty-nominated student representatives who embody the diversity, talent, and enthusiasm of our School. Our ambassadors are available to answer questions about our School and share their experiences about being a student at Georgia Tech. Read their profiles and send them an email. Our ambassadors will greet you when you visit and show you why Georgia Tech is the best place to study architecture. 

Pictured: Paola Santiago, Graduate Ambassador

Pre-college students create models using cardboard.

Pre-College Program

The Pre-College Design program consists of two-week online workshops in architecture and industrial design. Hosted by the College of Design at the Georgia Institute of Technology, this program provides the opportunity to engage with our world-class faculty and current students, and give high-school students insight on what it is like to study architecture and industrial design. High school students who have completed their freshman year or above are welcome to apply.

Connect with our Advisors

Our advisors are here to guide you through your decision and your admissions process.