Return on Investment

A college education is a significant investment, and you should always weigh tuition, fees, and other expenses against future earning potential.

Georgia Tech is nationally recognized for maximizing returns on an investment in a college ranks Tech as #1 in Georgia and #11 among all U.S. colleges for providing the best 20-Year Return on Investment. A 2024 Bloomberg report found that Georgia Tech ranked #2 for return on investment among all public institutions in the United States.

A Georgia Tech education will set you up for success on campus and beyond. How?

  • Our co-op and internship programs are ranked #4 by U.S. News and World Report.
  • The Career Center is one of the nation’s most successful and innovative university career support offices for its recruitment and job placement.
  • Georgia Tech is ranked #1 for career placement by the Princeton Review.
  • Upon graduation in Spring 2022, 78.4% of undergraduate students had been offered a job, and the average starting salary was $89,942 (not including bonus offers).
  • More than 700 businesses, industries, and organizations throughout the U.S. and abroad employ Georgia Tech co-op students and interns each year.
  • Students have a variety of creative options to pay for their education, including co-ops, internships, scholarships, grants, and loans.
Georgia Tech students celebrate on their graduation day

Starting Salaries

On average, Georgia Tech graduates have a higher starting salary than the national average.