For the past 30 years, Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM) has developed its role in France and abroad as a leader among French business schools. We have helped shape the future of business around the world through our expertise in technology and innovation.
Building on the strength of its expertise in Management, Technology and Innovation, to better respond to the needs of businesses and the evolutions of the business world, the School has developed specific expertises in the following fields:
Research at Grenoble Ecole de Management aims to accompany the evolution of individuals, organizations and society. By engaging in meaningful research on a wide range of managerial topics, we provide a unique environment to discuss, articulate and debate scientific advances.
To facilitate stakeholder access to a wide range of expertise and knowledge, our researchers are organized into 8 teams:
The International Student Integration Service deals with administrative issues and all kinds of questions concerning integration in Grenoble and France.
The service will contact students upon acceptance to GEM with the next steps for their integration in Grenoble.
To give you a general idea about what to expect in Grenoble please read our guide for international students : visa, budget, housing, insurance and daily life, amongst other important information.
The school provides a housing platform: private, free and entirely dedicated to GEM students in Grenoble, everywhere in France and abroad.
You can borrow GEM documents except those that are
Your student card is compulsory for borrowing.
Grenoble Ecole de Management holds the triple crown of business accreditations that distinguish the world's leading business schools:
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very personal and interactive quite expensive, especially location definitely above average
Apply to everything the university does, join a student group and attend the orientation week.
The methods were similar as my home university, but there were too many classes and for to many hours that made the lectures less productive. Also, there was not a fixed schedule, so it was really hard to plan ahead what to study and when to do trips.