The Woodruff School's program at Georgia Tech-Lorraine in Metz, France has a number of components. In addition to the master's of science degree in mechanical engineering (MS ME) there is also a doctoral program, which has grown as a result of major funding from CNRS and Georgia Tech; a new fall/spring semester undergraduate program; and the undergraduate summer program. Most graduate students focus on the MS ME French students from partner institutions, such as ENSAM and the Ecole des Mines, take courses at Georgia Tech-Lorraine, typically for two semesters, before coming to the Atlanta campus to finish their master's degree. U.S. students take classes at GTL as well as at ENSAM for three semesters and receive both the MS ME and the Master Professionel of ENSAM. Students must also complete an internship in France during the summer. The mechanical engineering programs offered at GTL have the same admission, course, and degree requirements as those for graduate students in mechanical engineering attending classes on the Atlanta campus or through the distance-learning program. ENSAM is a leading institution for the study of mechanical and industrial engineering with eight campuses across France, including one in Metz. For more information on the Georgia Tech-Lorraine program, view www.georgiatech-metz.fr.