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The Georgia Institute of Technology

Computer Engineering Scores
Students who would return
Would not - 14/10
Student Surveys
(in Computer Engineering)
24
Males: 16, Females: 8
Average Yrs. Completed: 2.1
 

Education Quality Vs. Competing Schools

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

Harvard University
 B+
Stanford University
 B+
University of California - Berkeley
 A-
Florida State University
 B+
University of Florida
 B
University of Southern California
 B+
Cornell University
 A-
F
A+

Student Expectations

Expected coursework difficulty:3.9 High
Actual difficulty:4.0 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

Computer Engineering:

In a competitive university it is paramount that a student begin his studies in his major while still in high school. Pick a field of study that real...
The Good: Challenging classes All classes taught by faculty (mostly very knowledgeable/Experienced) Atlanta Highly diverse Great facilities (Labs...
I've spent a year at Tech. In the past 3 semesters, I have had the chance to : try fencing. join GT Orchestra. study a semester in France. become a ca...
Those who are going to Tech now and are complaining about it, do me a favor: got to hell. We don't need your type around here. Tech needs motivated, i...
they need girls!!
just be prepared to work hard, study alot.
Tech is like the real world. Its cold, rough, and a trial by fire. The people, the problems, the classes are all part of an experience that will prepa...
There are no girls, no fun, and the work is boring and monotonous
Georgia Tech is a research facility - the professors do not know (or care about) how to teach or test. Most are engineering students and study 24/7. ...
I suspect the GT Administration may be cheating on their Ratingsonline grade;) It would be deliciously ironic if they gave themselves a higher grade t...
The only good thing about Georgia Tech is that you will make a handsome salary after graduation... If, however, you don't care to be "wealthy beyond ...
After a semester at Tech, my best advice to give is to FIND A SOCIAL NETWORK of some sort. Its very easy, as I have observed, to hole yourself up in y...
I haven't been here long enough to truly understand Ma Tech. Given my inital semester, i think the math department is ludicrous, i can't understand th...
This places produces excellent engineers; to bad it kills the human in the process. Most people leave here with no social skills. Some are actually UN...
Do not take the bus, its slow. Do not eat the food, its bad. Do not come here, you will regret it. I am trying to get away but it is so bad I do not h...
The Good: Challenging classes All classes taught by faculty (mostly very knowledgeable/Experienced) Atlanta Highly diverse Great facilities (Labs...
Georgia Tech does a good job preparing you to be effective from day one at most jobs in your field. The school does a pretty excellent job with the...
The Good: Challenging classes All classes taught by faculty (mostly very knowledgeable/Experienced) Atlanta Highly diverse Great facilities (Labs...
This is a bad place of you trying to figure out who you are. Georgia tech is a race against the burnout. You will slow yourself down trying to figure ...
Tech has tons of problem: way too much work, not enough parking for students, very few girls, an administration that isn't always helpful, horrible fo...
I don't know what all of these people are complaining about. I graduated with a Computer Engineering degree in exactly four years while holding down ...
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