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The Georgia Institute of Technology

Electrical Engineering Scores
Students who would return
Would not - 16/23
Student Surveys
(in Electrical Engineering)
Males: 37, Females: 2
Average Yrs. Completed: 2.6

Education Quality Vs. Competing Schools

Georgia Institute of Technology
Average of All Schools
Average of schools in class

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Student Expectations

Expected coursework difficulty:3.9 High
Actual difficulty:4.4 High
Students found the coursework to be harder than expected.

Educational Quality vs. Student Intellect

English Speaking

Percent of teaching staff that does not speak satisfactory English10-20%

Student Personalities

Faculty Personalities

Electrical Engineering:

Ummm. Georgia Tech. What a place. Love it or leave it. I left it. What I remember most - cram, cram, cram. Day and night. Got to be more in life th...
This is an amazing institute. It teaches you to be tough and if you manage to graduate with an engineering degreethen you can virtually do anything in...
The EE school is worthless. Atlanta and the state of Georgia has no industry whatsoever that will employ you after you graduate. All the jobs in Geo...
Graduated 1972 after 5 calendar years (due to co-op). First two years are the toughest, make it through those and college life is quite stimulating a...

For me, Georgia Tech had its fun moments and its really difficult moments. Because it is so difficult, you tend to bond with your f...
I started undergrad at Georgia Institute of Technology back in 2003 and finished in the winter of 2007. I took classes during two summer semesters as...
Tech helped me be where I am today. It gave me not only technical skills, but also a real appreciation for my own potential and what I could accomplis...
Three Things to know: -Tech is not hard. There are plenty of lazy and stupid people in this school, so that tests and grades always curve up. -...
My experience at Georgia Tech prepared me very well for my professiona career. I recommend it highly. It was the perfect place for me.
This school is horrible.
Although Georgia Tech is located in the city of Atlanta, rarely will you have time to explore it. Georgia Tech is a lot of work and the professors see...
georgia tech is amazing. So much to do in and out of school. almost any extracuricular activity you can think of.
Do not believe the rankings on U.S. xews and xxrld xxport. Tech only ranks higher every year because reputable schools like Stanxxxd or others remove...
I graduated EE in '87. I did not get 1 interview or job offer. The degree is not ever a factor in my job interviews. I often work for Devry grads, ...
Engineering rests not only on reason, but also creativity. Creativity is very individualistic, demands a high level of self-trust, and can easily be ...
Don't go to this school. I've had the worst year of my life here, and I absolutely hate it.
SAVE YOUR MONEY, SAVE YOUR USEFUL LIFE, GO TO ANOTHER SCHOOL!!! Let it be known, that your Tech degree doesn't mean a damn thing to 95% of the HR r...
I had a great and memorable college experience. I enjoyed attending the NCAA level sporting events, and also was a member in a fraternity. These pro...
Georgia Tech is highly overrated. It has a "that which does not kill you makes you stronger" mentality that causes a high retention rate. If you plan ...
I would recommend to anyone coming to tech to look into rushing. Most students that apply to tech would not generally think about joining a fraternity...
This school is horrible.
I started undergrad at Georgia Institute of Technology back in 2003 and finished in the winter of 2007. I took classes during two summer semesters as...
This school has so much bureaucracy that eventually had the effect on the student. The school has changed ever since it switched to a semester system....
Do not believe the U.S. News and World Report lies. This school only rises in rankings there because reputable schools like Stanford and others keep ...
If you come to this school intending to enjoy the social life and discover yourself as an individual DO NOT come here. Tech is all about hard work an...
I am now a junior at Georgia Tech and here is how I see the university (from an engineering stand point): - The first year will be tough and you wi...
DON'T COME HERE!!!! This school sucks, unless you like to stare at numbers day and night instead of going out DON'T COME HERE! If you do come here ...
The admin at this place ruins the good job that profs in my major do of teaching. The school material in engineering is good quality, but I keep getti...
this is not the place to go if you expect to meet your life partner or keep you satisfied. The EE department is full of mindless drones; they lecture...
Georgia Tech is a complete waste of time for International Students. 1) They make you take all the stupid humanities courses that not only waste y...
The Georgia Institute of Technology is (many others can attest to this) a bittersweet experience. I, during my first year there met many new and inte...
Good: teaches you how to handle disappointment and hardships, how to get through life, how to get through the system. Bad: feel like I missed out i...
GT lied to me and to the many out of state students who gave up in state tuition to come here. Only the out of state students are serious about their ...
Georgia Tech is what you make of it. If you stay in your room and play Quake all day, yeah there is no social scene. There's all kinds of people here ...
Georgia Tech is not an easy school like many expect it to be. If you are not willing to put in a SIGNIFICANT amount of work to make the grades, you sh...
The first thing that a person looking at Tech has to understand about it is that people here love to complain. I swear, it's like the campus pastime. ...
Change your last name to something NASCAR redneck or you will get no job offers or move up North. Blood is thicker than water in Georgia. Last name i...
Good: teaches you how to handle disappointment and hardships, how to get through life, how to get through the system. Bad: feel like I missed out i...
Looking at both Stanford and Georgia Tech for graduate school and reading each school's undergraduate student reviews out of curiosity, I am surprised...
I had been to this website before coming here. I was sure that none of this stuff could have happened to me. However, I was wrong! All of the negativ...
I came in expecting the worst. After reading these reviews complaining about the boatloads of work and lack of social life, I was afraid that I'd made...
Like any large corporation, the primary focus of this University is on money. The cost to the student, if you are out of state, is simply not worth t...
Georgia Tech is a rough place. If you are the type of person that strives on any type of encouragement and you are easy to get down upon failure plea...
Georgia Tech in the early/mid 1980s does not seem to be all that different from how it is now. My overall experience was quite bleak. There's a cert...
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