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Academic partners

Facts and Figures

  • 350 international agreements in more than 70 countries
  • 7 months on average spent overseas by students during their course
  • 26% international students, over 58 nationalities
Grenoble INP - UGA has signed partnership agreements with 350 international establishments in more than 70 countries.

Clik here to browse the list of our international agreements

International network

Grenoble INP, UGA is a member of several international networks :
  • Unite! (University Network for Innovation, Technology and Engineering): the alliance of the seven technological universities created to contribute to the European Universities Initiatives proposed by European Commission, and financed by the Erasmus Plus and H2020 programmes.
  • CLUSTER (Consortium Linking Universities of Science and Technology for Education and Research): a consortium of 12 elite European Universities in Science and Engineering with associate members from around the world.
  • RESCIF (Network of Excellence in Engineering Sciences of the French-speaking Community): it implements innovative, targeted and sustainable partnerships between 15 technological universities to address key issues in emerging and developing countries.
  • PFIEV (The Excellence in Engineering Training Program in Vietnam):  aims at training engineers who are strong in theory and professional at management and practice skills.
  • Magalhães : a consortium of Universities from Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean in the fields of engineering and architecture.
  • SEEEP (Sino-European Engineering Education Platform) : promotes collaboration between Institutions of High Education in Engineering in both China and Europe in the fields of talents fostering, exchange of students, teacher training, development of teaching materials and collaboration in scientific research programs.
  • BCI (interuniversity cooperation office): creates links between French and Quebecois universities in order to facilitate student exchanges.
  • ORA (Ontario-Rhône-Alpes Network): offers students from Rhône-Alpes and Ontario the opportunity to study at one of the program's partner universities.

Contact us

The International Outreach and Partnerships team is on hand to discuss your expectations so that we can build a strong, long-term partnership that responds to your unique needs. We can also connect you with the departments, labs, or experts you need to start your project.