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4398
Students enrolled in this school.
1
Bachelor's programs offered entirely in English.
12
Master's programs offered entirely in English.

Why should I study here?

Founded in Grenoble, a city of science and technology, the school has developed solid expertise in the management of technology and innovation. This foundation has enabled GEM to expand its research, teaching and expertise to meet challenges in the digital world, healthcare, energy, entrepreneurship, sharing economy and geopolitics.

What are the admissions criteria?

Grenoble School of Management uses a rolling admissions process with various admissions dates throughout the year.  The last date for a non-EU international student is May 26.  Students are notified in 2-3 weeks after the application date they choose.  Applications require essays, transcripts, passport copies, English proficiency scores (if from a non-anglophone country or high school), and references. 

What is student life like?

With campuses in Grenoble and Paris, Grenoble Ecole de Management also offers a wide variety of programs taught in English in strategic locations around the world. Altigliss is the school association related to mountain adventure: each year Altiglis organizes a 3-day ski trip for the whole school in February, see the International Student Services for more information.

Scholarships & Funding

Housing options.

Though housing in Grenoble can be hard to find, the international student office helps students with this process.  Housing in student residences ranges from 440-700 euros per month.

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