Promotion of french-speaking communities

Since its creation, Université Grenoble Alpes (UGA) has been committed to the promotion of cultural and scientific French-speaking communities.
These fields are based not only on the dialogue of disciplines but above all on the circulation of languages, cultures and knowledge in a spirit of exchange, respect and solidarity. By giving itself the ambition to better respond to all the challenges posed to universities by the world of today and tomorrow, the UGA contributes to the vitality of a scientific space of interdisciplinary and intercultural excellence in French and internationally recognized. As a full member of the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF), a major partner of Campus France (the number of foreign French-speaking students hosted in Grenoble is growing rapidly), the UGA encourages cooperation projects co-constructed with its counterparts in Africa, Asia and Canada which aim to strengthen the capacities of higher education in third countries, support training activities for trainers, contribute to innovation in pedagogical engineering in the context of the digital transition. Numerous research projects, mobility programmes and summer schools in favour of a united cultural and scientific Francophonie have been set up thanks to regional, national and European support.

Some examples

The mixed Algerian French network lafef

See the website lafef

Mitacs partnership

UGA is a partner with Mitacs whose role is to propel research and development by connecting industry with the best post-secondary institutions to solve innovation issues, in Canada and around the world. For the past 20 years, Mitacs has been funding leading-edge research, increasing the employability of students and postdoctoral researchers, and helping companies achieve their business objectives.
The objective of the Mitacs - UGA partnership is to develop scientific cooperation with Canada, in particular by funding research stays for students, doctoral and post-doctoral researchers.

 See call for proposals (in french)
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Published on  July 15, 2020
Updated onJuly 27, 2020