Qualifications are issued after a series of checks and are only available the year after they are obtained.

They can be collected in person, by proxy or by post. Intermediary qualifications (DEUG and Maîtrise) are only issued on request.

The three universities in Grenoble merged during the university year to become on 1 January 2016: the Université Grenoble Alpes. The central Registry services departments have still not been brought together. Therefore, to collect your qualifications, you must contact the central Registry services department for your area of study.

Arts, Literature and Languages

There are three ways of collecting your qualifications:

In person

Go to the Registry services reception with valid, official ID.

By proxy

By providing the following:
  • Proxy letter stating the identity of the person authorised to collect your qualification,
  • Photocopy of your ID,
  • Photocopy of their ID.

By post

You must send a letter to Registry services stating your details, student number, the year you graduated and the name of your qualification.

Attach to this letter:
  • a photocopy of your official valid ID.
  • a padded A4-size envelope, with your names and addresses, stamped for €6.50 so that it can be sent as a registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt.

Don't forget to check whether your qualification is available beforehand with the Registry services department!

Law, Economics, Management and Humanities & Social Sciences

All qualifications for the year (except C2I qualifications) can be collected from the departments, before 15 June. C2I qualifications and qualifications from previous years can be collected from central services.

Qualifications for the year 2014-2015
Registry services for your department will let you know in due course that your qualification is available and how to collect it.

Qualifications for years before 2014-2015 and C2I qualifications
Qualifications for previous years and C2I qualifications, can be collected from the university's central department: Management of Studies and Student Life – Department of Regulations and Course Monitoring.

By post

Complete the qualification collection request form and return it to the address provided, along with the required documents

In person (only by appointment)

Contact Arlette Brice to make an appointment
Tel.: +33 (0)4 56 52 89 53 – arlette.brice@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr
Opening times: Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 11:30am and 1:00pm to 4:00pm
You must attend in person, with valid ID.

By proxy

If you are unable to attend in person, you can send someone else in your place. The person who represents you must have the following documentation:
  • Handwritten proxy letter stating the identity of the person authorised to collect the qualification for you.
  • Photocopy of your ID
  • Their own ID and a photocopy of this ID