KAIST-GaTech(Georgia Institute of Technology) Dual BS Degree Program
Dual Degree Program Institutes
Department of Electrical Engineering, KAIST (KAIST-EE)
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology (GaTech-ECE)
While in the dual degree program, students spend two years each at both KAIST and GaTech. Participating students must satisfy the graduation requirements established by both universities in order to earn degrees from both institutions.
First-year undergraduates or second-year undergraduates in the Electrical Engineering Department
Entering semester at GaTech
Fall Semester: 2nd August
Spring Semester: 2nd January
2nd December for Fall semester next year
2nd June for Spring semester next year
GPA: 3.5/4.3 or greater
English skills equal or greater than listed below (Tests that are taken within 2 years from application date)
TOEFL PBT 560, CBT 220, or IBT 83
List of primary submissions
Official English proficiency test score documents
Contact for Document submission
firstname.lastname@example.org (Howard.S.H.Kim, Administration Team, School of Electrical Engineering)
In principle, GT’s tuition during the GT study period is to be self-subsidized. Only the number of KAIST students, corresponding to the number of students coming to KAIST to complete a joint degree program from GT, will be exempted from GT’s tuition fees by paying tuition to KAIST.
While academic performance at prestigious overseas universities has advantages in that they can acquire a foreign language, they have disadvantages of excessive tuition and lack of connection with domestic universities. The KAIST-GT joint degree program is an academic opportunity that brings together the merits of the undergraduate study.