|Degree awarded : Master|
|Duration : 1 year program|
Information on the admission of non-EU students to Grenoble’s higher education institutions
The Communauté Université Grenoble Alpes (ComUE UGA), the Université Grenoble Alpes (UGA), Grenoble Institute of Technology (INP), Sciences Po Grenoble and the Ecole nationale supérieure d’architecture de Grenoble (ENSAG) reaffirm their commitment to international students, and to the values of openness and exchange.
We are well aware of the concerns raised by the French government’s recent announcement that France will significantly increase its tuition costs for non-EU students, and we support the French Council of University Presidents (CPU)'s request to suspend the measure in favor of a large-scale dialogue.
Grenoble’s higher education institutions will continue to welcome international students at all levels of study – undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral – at the same rates as French and EU students; any student who expresses the need for these lower tuition rates will be exempt from the new, higher fees.
The registration conditions for non-EU students at the Sciences Po Grenoble and the ENSAG also remain unchanged.
The second semester (30 ECTS) is a master thesis whose aim is the development of research abilities. It can be conducted in a laboratory or an industrial research center, in France or abroad. The duration is between 5 and 6 months. The defense takes place by the beginnning of July or the beginning of september. The report must follow standard criteria of a scientific paper.
The primarily scientific contents of the master thesis englobes at least one of the following topics: fluid mechanics, energetics, chemical engineering, heat or mass transfer, multiphysics coupling including at least one transport phenomena, etc..
90% Foreign Students
Graduated students are encouraged to do a PhD in the framework of I-MEP2 PhD School.
This master degree allows graduated students to find a job in public and private laboratories as well as in industrial research centres.
Date of update June 14, 2019