Language Institute - English as a Second Language (ESL) | Georgia Tech Professional Education | Atlanta, GA

Future Students

As a newly accepted student for the Intensive English Program (IEP), you may feel overwhelmed by or unsure of the steps you should to take to prepare for your first session in the program. You will have questions and will need answers. The Language Institute staff is happy to help you make the preparation process as smooth as possible, and that help begins on this page.

The following pages contain documents and information that is important for any newly accepted student preparing to enroll in our IEP. Be sure to carefully review all of the documents to learn as much as possible about many aspects of the IEP, including registration, housing, immunization records, paying for tuition, and much more.

Acceptance for F-1 Student Visa Holders

Click below if you are you a student who will be studying in the U.S. for the first time on an F-1 student visa.

Acceptance for Non F-1 Student Visa Holders

Click below if you...

  • have an F-1 student visa and are transferring your SEVIS record from another U.S. program.
  • have a U.S. visa other than an F-1 student visa.
  • are a U.S. citizen.
  • are a U.S. permanent resident.
  • are an asylee.

Housing

The Language Institute can assist students with a variety of housing options.

  • On-campus housing: GT dormitories
  • Off-campus housing: Apartments, homestays, etc.