In the QS World University Rankings 2012 the Grenoble Institute of Technology ranks 35th in the field of Materials Science.
As usual the Grenoble Institute of Technology is ranked in France’s top 4 universities.
|Subject||Rank worldwide||Rank in France|
|Engineering & Technology||101-150||4th|
Grenoble Institute of Technology is currently launching the 2012 Summer School on Nanotechnologies @ Minatec in collaboration with the EPFL Lausanne and the Politecnico di Torino.
A 5-week summer school will be entirely taught in English featuring:
This program is open to full time engineering students (Bachelor level).
Places are strictly limited (40 places maximum)
€1,100, which include scientific and non-scientific lectures, lab work, accommodation, monthly trolley line tickets, health and housing insurance, visits, social activities…
The presence of a large international community creates in this major scientific centre a vibrant, open and stimulating intellectual environment
Some good reasons to come to Grenoble Institute of Technology during summer time:
The Grenoble Institute of Technology Foundation is supporting a scholarship program for International students willing to attend an international program at Grenoble INP.
The grant amounts to 5000 euros per semester and is intended for outstanding master level students.
All the programs taught in English are available here.
Applicants will be selected by the Grenoble Institute of Technology Foundation Admission Committee and students will receive results by email by the end of April 2012. The number of grants is limited.
The Cooperation Agreement establishing the Franco-Chinese Institute of Nuclear Energy (IFCEN) has been signed by Paul Jacquet, President of the Grenoble Institute of Technology by delegation of the French consortium in civil nuclear engineering (FINUCI) and Mr. Huang Daren, President of the University Sun Yat-sen in Canton, where this new Institute will be located.
The signing ceremony was held at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing with the French Prime Minister and his Chinese counterpart, Wen Jiabao.
The consortium includes the Grenoble Institute of Technology, the National Institute of Nuclear Science and Technology (INSTN dependent CEA), Ecole des Mines de Nantes, Ecole Nationale Superieure de Chimie de Montpellier and the Ecole Nationale Supérieure Chemistry in Paris.
Grenoble Institute of Technology will be the consortium’s pilot and will chair it.