Global Research and Internship Program

As more employers look for college graduates who can work in diverse settings and approach problems from multiple perspectives, it is more important than ever for Georgia Tech students to gain global experience in their fields. Georgia Tech's Global Research and Internship Program (GRIP) helps students accomplish this by facilitating industry work and research experiences in an international context.

Through GRIP, students complete an internship or co-op outside the United States, thus allowing them to develop their careers for the global job market. GRIP is open to any full-time, degree-seeking, on-campus student at Georgia Tech, including both undergraduate and graduate students and both international and domestic students. Students can intern abroad for one to three semesters during the fall, spring, and/or summer for up to one full year. GRIP participants build a powerful resume and develop a network of professional contacts around the world.

For more information, contact Mirla Gonzalez.