Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)

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World University Rankings 2014-15

Overall score ?
72.8
Teaching ?
62.5
International outlook ?
68.9
Industry income ?
72.3
Research ?
71.2
Citations ?
85.8

The Georgia Institute of Technology's roots lie in the South's Reconstruction after the US Civil War, changing its name from school to institute in 1948. Its 400-acre city-centre campus caters for around 21,500 students served by a faculty of about 900 scholars in six colleges: architecture; computing; engineering; liberal arts; business; and sciences.