Graduate school GS@UGA

The objective of the UGA Graduate School (GS@UGA) is to meet tomorrow’s scientific and societal challenges to create a better future. The UGA Graduate School (GS@UGA) is a structuring and transdisciplinary programme that prepares French and international students, through the two-year Master's programme, for doctoral research or direct professional integration.
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The UGA Graduate School (GS@UGA) aims to structure training through research via thematic programmes focused on scientific and/or societal issues. GS@UGA federates postgraduate courses, without adding diplomas, in order to gain in legibility to improve attractiveness and international recruitment, via a proactive policy of study grants.

GS@UGA is:

  • 15 thematic programmes at Master's level starting during the last bachelor year and continuing into a PhD, or leading to direct professional integration.
  • Common structuring courses within each thematic programme (6 ECTS minimum per year).
  • Integration events and thematic events.
  • Inter-programme student projects contributing to GS@UGA identity, in addition to programme specific initiatives.
  • Scholarships to attract the best international students.
  • Funding to enable students to experience research work through internships in laboratories.
  • International visiting professors.

Thematic programmes :

  • MSTIC : mathématiques, sciences et technologies de l'information et de la communication
    Computer science, mathematics, applied mathematics, automatic control, signal processing, biomedicine, computer, architecture, computer security, artificial intelligence..
  • Risk
    Technological, natural and financial risks, critical infrastructures, crisis management, risk prevention.
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  • Quantum
    Quantum information, quantum engineering, quantum computing, quantum devices, quantum materials.
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  • MetroFabLab
    Architecture, urban planning, development, design, political sciences.
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  • Steen : sociétés en transitions économiques, écologiques et numériques
    Economic ecological and digital transition, human sciences, interdisciplinary, innovative.
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  • Summit : sustainable microelectronics and microsystems for advanced integrated technologies
    Microelectronics, microsystems, sustainability, cybersecurity, advanced technologies
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  • BVBV : bien vivre bien vieillir
    Aging, well-being, prevention, health, society, valorization.
  • TransCoG : transdisciplinary training in Cognition in Grenoble
    Cognition, psychology, philosophy, linguistics.
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  • Green : Grenoble energy transition academy
    Energy transition, renewable energies and decarbonisation, new socio-technical systems, behaviour and strategies of actors, sustainable territories and cities.
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  • Soft Nano
    Soft matter, interfaces with the living world, nanomaterials and nano-objects.
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  • Reach : practice-based research: collaborative practices in arts and history
    Arts, performance, history, literature, languages studies, practice-based research and research creation, collaborative work, seminars, technical workshops, conferences, thematic and collaborative creative residencies.
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  • FUTURPROD: the transition to sustainable industrial production systems.
  • EXTREME: physics of extremes: from the frontiers of knowledge to societal applications

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This project is supported by the French National Research Agency (ANR-20-SFRI-0007) under the "Investissements d'avenir" programme.
Published on  July 19, 2021
Updated onJanuary 26, 2022