Presentation

Over 60,000 students are registered at Grenoble Alpes University. 3,200 of them study at the doctoral level and 9,000 are international students. It has 7,500 members of staff based in its two campuses, in Grenoble and Valence.

Université Grenoble Alpes will pursue its collaborations, locally and nationally, with research institutions and networks such as the CNRS, the French Commission for Alternative Energies (CEA), the IT Research Center (INRIA), the University Hospital (CHU), and the French Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM). These strong collaborations and the pursuit of joint research projects focusing on shared scientific interests will contribute to strengthening and widening the university’s broad international partnerships.

Université Grenoble Alpes has three main missions.
  • As a world-class university, it will seek to maintain and strengthen its local and international connections as a means of making a valuable contribution to social, cultural and economic development
  • It will fully and boldly embrace social challenges by offering a wide range of academic programs, by supporting research projects, which push back the frontiers of human knowledge
  • It will address social, political, cultural and environmental challenges in a global context, whilst respecting its specific identity and diversity, and working in partnership with local stakeholders
As a prestigious public institution of higher education, Université Grenoble Alpe will prioritize its international engagements in the search to expand scientific knowledge and cultural understanding.

Our collaborative, innovative and inspiring environment is designed to bring out the best in our students, staff, faculty and partners.
 
Updated onMarch 5, 2020