Georgia Institute of Technology Reviews

3.87 out of 5 stars
(22 Reviews)
  • Atlanta (GA)
  • Annual Tuition: $33,020
89% of 22 students said this degree improved their career prospects
86% of 22 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars
Anonymous - 7/21/2013
Degree: Biology
Graduation Year: 2013
"Tell us about your college experience.I enjoyed my extracurricular activies. That is where I met friends that I feel like I will know for a long time. I feel like if I had known what I wanted to do in life, I wouldn't have chosen this school. I would have had an easier time and possibly more opportunites if I had gone elsewhere.Would you get the same degree if you could start over?Yes but not at the same school. I enjoyed the things in my major, I just cant find jobs that have to do with it.What advice can you offer other students?Get involved in extracurricular activities and network through them."
4.5 out of 5 stars
Anonymous - 7/19/2013
Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2007
"Tell us about your college experience.I did not know what to expect going into college, and started in nuclear and radiological engineering. I changed majors after 2 years, when I realized the degree would not be practical. Still, I met the best friends of my life at GT, learned to play poker (which helped out during a period of unemployment), and graduated without debt since I worked while in school. In the end, it was a good fit, and an important experience.Would you get the same degree if you could start over?If I had the opportunity to go back to school, I wouldn't. You have to work your way up in the modern world, and having a degree only helps with entry level jobs. No one really cares where you went to school or what for, they want to see experience.What advice can you offer other students?Take your time, learn as much as you can, and realize that college teaches you HOW to learn. What you do in your career will not be related to anything from your classes."