School of Aerospace Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology
270 Ferst Dr.
Atlanta, GA 30332-0150
- Summer 2024 with full consideration for financial aid: Dec. 1, 2023
- Summer 2024 (final deadline): Feb. 1, 2024
- Fall 2024 with full consideration for financial aid: Dec. 1, 2023
- Fall 2024 (final deadline): March 1, 2024
- Spring 2025: September 1, 2024
Areas of Research
- Aerodynamics and Fluid Mechanics
- Aeroelasticity and Structural Design
- Flight Mechanics and Control
- Propulsion and Combustion
- Structural Mechanics and Material Behavior
- System Design and Optimization
- Institute Code: 5248
- Department Code: 63
- Minimum Score Required:
- Paper-based: 577
- Internet-based: 90, with minimum section scores of 19
- Institute Code: R5248
- Department Code: 1601
- General Test: Temporarily Waived for Spring 2023, Summer 2023, and Fall 2023
- Three Letters of Recommendation
- Recommender should have a graduate degree and be able to assess the student's potential to perform independent research at the graduate level.
- Statement of Purpose
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