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  • allen from chesterfield, mo

    this school is a nightmare, and the local social life is dead. there is not much opportunity in georgia after you graduate. ethnic last named people should beware. georgia employers are trying to get rid of all ethnics from georgia. if you put an… more read full review

    this school is a nightmare, and the local social life is dead. there is not much opportunity in georgia after you graduate. ethnic last named people should beware. georgia employers are trying to get rid of all ethnics from georgia. if you put an ethnic last name on a resume, you will get no replies. do not expect a job after you graduate. foreigners who graduate from tech, expect to have to go back to your country of origin to find work. i had to leave georgia for my native home state of ohio after graduation, to find opportunity. i am a us citizen, however, i felt like a foreigner and unwelcome yankee at all times in georgia. the education i got was not much good either. when i graduated in '87, i was denied c++. the ee school said that cs school would not allow ee's any computer courses unless they were dual or computer engineering ee's. can you believe it!...... there is not a more important class for becoming a successful electrical engineer than c++, and they denied it to us. this says it all about what kind of creeps run the school and businesses in georgia. it should not be considered a learning institution. this school should loose it's abet accreditation !!!!!........... read full review

  • andrew, from bloomington, il

    i have heard that the gt campus is very nice, but in a very bad part of atlanta. can anyone either prove or deny this? thank you! read full review

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