The most prominent feature of the Georgia Tech-Singapore campus is the Logistics Institute-Asia Pacific (TLI-AP), a collaboration with the National University of Singapore that offers research and education programs in global logistics. TLI-AP's role is to deliver leading-edge research and development in logistics engineering, technology, and management and to provide high-quality post-graduate education in logistics at the master's and PhD levels.
The Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering, a joint department of Georgia Tech's College of Engineering and Emory University's School of Medicine, offers a PhD in biomedical engineering conferred jointly with Peking University. The unique program is designed for students who want to learn and work in a global economy and in global health settings. For more information, please click here.
The Georgia Tech-Shanghai Initiative provides Tech students an exciting opportunity to live and study in rapidly growing China and gives Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU) students exposure to a world-class education.
An agreement between SJTU and Georgia Tech allows students of SJTU to receive dual master's degrees from both institutions -Georgia Tech/SJTU Dual-MS Degree Program in ECE and Georgia Tech/SJTU Dual-MS Degree Program in IE (Logistics).
Georgia Tech and the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) have formed a dual degree program in electrical and computer engineering. This agreement will allow students to attend both schools in undergraduate or graduate studies. Undergraduates from Georgia Tech would spend their first and fourth years at Georgia Tech and second and third at KAIST.
The College of Engineering is also making a presence in Latin America with the establishment of the new Georgia Tech Trade, Innovation & Productivity (TIP) Center.
Costa Rican trade industry will be able to increase trade across borders and make existing trade more productive, thanks to a new Georgia Tech Trade, Innovation & Productivity (TIP) Center that opened in the capital city of San Jose on August 20, 2009. The new TIP Center in Costa Rica is the latest addition to a network of centers around the world established by Georgia Tech that utilize research, innovation, and education. The Center, a member of the Productivity for Progress Institute, is a joint development of the Supply Chain & Logistics Institute (SCL), the Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, and the College of Management at Georgia Tech in partnership with the Foreign Trade Corporation (PROCOMER) and the Chamber of Industries in Costa Rica.
The newest international program is the Georgia Tech Panama Logistics Innovation & Research Center. This center was formed out of a collaboration between H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, SENACYT (Secretaria Nacional de Ciencia, Tecnologia e Innovación) and Gobierno Nacional República de Panamá in order to increase logistics and trade ability for Panama.
The Georgia Institute of Technology and Khalifa University of Science, Technology and Research (KUSTAR) have formalized their partnership to develop cutting edge engineering-based education and research initiatives in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the United States.The two parties will explore areas where Georgia Tech may provide assistance with short- and long-term faculty and administrative needs and encourage exchange experiences for students and faculty.
KUSTAR’s main campus is located in Abu Dhabi, while it operates with another campus in Sharjah, and presently offers bachelor degrees in Computer, Communication, Electronic, Software, Mechanical, Aerospace and BioMedical Engineering, Master’s and Doctorate degree programs in Computer, Telecommunication and Electronic Engineering, in addition to the Master’s degree in Information Security. In the future, KUSTAR will also offer degrees in other disciplines of Engineering, Logistics and Management, Life Sciences and Homeland Security.