Grenoble Institute of Technology
Grenoble Institute of Technology is a European leading technical institute and a main French Center for the training of engineers and Doctors. It’s a federation of 6 engineering graduate Schools.
Located in the capital of the French Alps, in a Scientific area (15 000 researchers) and an urban campus (120,000 square meters), Grenoble Institute of Technology has been training engineers and Doctoral students in key technologies for more than 100 years. The Institute offers 22 different fields of engineering training, 11 joint Master degree programs, 6 international degrees (fully taught in English) including one Erasmus Mundus Master, and 6 Doctorate curriculum along with specialized training in 6 scientific topics and technologies:
Advanced Systems and Network
Energy, Water and Environmental Sciences
Informatics, Applied Mathematics, Telecommunications
Paper Science, Print Media and Biomaterials
Physics, Applied Physics, Electronics and Materials Science
The research of the Grenoble Institute of Technology is done in 29 research laboratories (4 abroad Research Centers with international standard) specialized in engineering sciences in 6 key domains: Energy, Environment, Information and Communication, Materials, Micro and Nanotechnology, Production Systems.