The story began in the winter of 1892 when a young lecturer called Paul JANET launched the first public industrial electricity lecture in Grenoble. A few months later, after a very warm reception, several leading local industrialists and aristocrats pushed the science faculty to permanently establish an Electrical Engineering Institute in Grenoble.
By integrating one of Grenoble INP's six engineering schools, you benefit from a unique research capacity in France and courses created to answer society's biggest challenges: energy, environment, digital society, micro and nanotechnologies, and globalized economy.
The link between research and teaching is a reality at Grenoble Institute of Technology. All high-level academic teaching must be backed up with research laboratories, to promote knowledge transfer, and enable researchers to learn their trade.
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Members of the Grand Cercle are enrolled in Grenoble INP engineering degree programs. The organization coordinates student activities and strives to create a feeling of belonging for all students through extensive communications campaigns and a busy calendar of student events. The Grand Cercle also runs new-student orientation programs and coordinates the activities of the student governments of each of Grenoble INP's schools and other student organizations.
Any student's first job is to find some accommodation. Grenoble INP can help, thanks to its special relationship with the Houillle Blanche hall of residence.
An occupational health department is available for students in all areas related to working conditions (health, hygiene, occupational accident and disease risk protection). Various medical services are available for free with your student card.
The ESCAPE recreational center, housed in a brand-new building, is a place where students can come to unwind. ESCAPE offers indoor and outdoor sports and leisure facilities, can be used to host events, and is home to dedicated office space for student clubs as well as a snack bar.Located on the University campus, La maison de Grenoble INP student union is where students gather. The cafeteria is open all day long, making it the perfect place for students to hang out between classes and grab a bite to eat, play cards, or sit outside in the sun on the terrace.
If you are into sports, the mountains and lakes close to Grenoble provide many opportunities, which is why Grenoble has a reputation for outdoor pursuits. Sport may be part of your university curriculum, if agreed by your university and according to it's regulations. You may also just want to play for pleasure. For a flat yearly fee, you can use the SUAPS sports facilities (intervarsity sports department) at any time.
Over 30 student clubs and societies offer all sorts of activities and events. Whatever you are into, from sport, to culture, humanitarian action, leisure or entrepreneurship- there is something for you. At Grenoble Institute of Technology, participation to the life of clubs and societies is viewed as an integral part of training.
The university was a great place to interact with like-minded international students. I was able to learn new technical and soft skills that will better prepare me for my future endeavors. Although, I wished there was a larger focus on sustainable material in bio-polymers, I still gained knowledge in other advanced materials that are applicable to electronics and energy...
The best part of the AMIS program is being apart of a scientific, international community. This aspect allowed me to broaden my perspective, and my way of learning. The program was challenging; however, I learned many technical and soft skills that will better prepare me for future endeavors. These new set of skills are not only limited to education, but also in regards to...
the course was organized very well, almost all the subjects were very practical.