Know Your Resources
Students attending Georgia Tech leverage a variety of public, private, and personal resources to pay for their education. Every student's experience is different. The Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering encourages all students to fully utilize the resources available to them, many of them through the Institute:
- The Georgia Tech Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid
Find out about grants, scholarships, loans, work-study, financial aid applications, and more
- Paying for Graduate School
Find out how fellowships, assistantships, and loans can be leveraged for your graduate program
- The Georgia Tech Internship Program
Let experience show you where to take your career
- The Georgia Tech Co-op Program
Combine classroom-based education with practical work experience
- Categorical List of Graduate Fellowships
Identify and apply for nationally competitive awards
- Veterans' Benefits at Georgia Tech
Many Veterans and active duty personnel can qualify for educational benefits.
To find out more about the cost of attendance, the Georgia Tech payment plan, and various payment deadlines, visit the Georgia Tech Bursar's Office.
A majority of Georgia Tech AE graduate students offset the cost of their education through graduate research assistantships (GRA), graduate teaching assistantships (GTA) or positions as academic graders (GA). These positions pay between $1,500/semester and $26,000 a year, and they can trigger a significant break in a student's tuition. The School does not guarantee placement in any of these positions and cannot restore funds for sponsored research assistantships, so it is important that grad students pursuing GRAs, GTAs and grading positions remain fully informed of their funding status from semester to semester.