Costs associated with GT Exchange
Cost should be a factor when considering a Georgia Tech exchange, and it is important to understand what your expenses may be before you apply. There are many different types of exchange students and different costs associated with each. Please look at the following table to get an idea of what your expenses might look like if you study at Georgia Tech. These figures are estimates and subject to change without notice. If you are unsure what type of exchange student you would be (such as bilateral, fee paying, etc), please consult with your study abroad advisor. The estimates below do not include the tuition and fees that some students will pay.
All students who apply will have to submit a Financial Verification form and bank statements to verify their ability to pay these estimated costs.
|Fee||Amount||Who Pays||Additional Info|
|I-901 Fee||$220||All International students||1 time. US gov't fee.|
|Visa Application Fee||$160||All International students||1 time. US gov't fee.|
|Grad Application Fee||$85||All Graduate students||1 time.|
|FASET||$115||Undergraduates who register||1 time. Faset Website.|
|Housing Early move in||$75/night||Anyone who moves into housing early||1 time. Early move-in dates vary.|
|Housing Application Fee||$600||Anyone who lives on-campus||1 time. Part of total housing cost.|
|Think Big||$200||Anyone who lives in the I-House||Per semester. Think Big Website.|
|Health Insurance||$1000||All enrolled students||Per semester. Estimate. Visit Health Insurance website for rates.|
|Housing||$4,000||All enrolled students||Per semester. Estimate of on or off campus housing.|
|Food/Living Exp.||$3,000||All enrolled students||Per semester. Estimate.|
|Books and Supplies||$800||All enrolled students||Per semester. Estimate.|