1/ Last degree obtained
If the last degree you obtained is the High school diploma, please send a certificate mentioning the degree you are currently working on (dates, major, award date)
2/ Statement of purpose
is a motivation letter or a cover letter, preferably written in French
3/ Support letter
is a recommandation letter from one of your professors
4/ Past program
all courses you followed at your university (name, credits, short description)
5/ Transcripts of records
please submit official academic transcripts from your home university for all university studies
6/ Academic year
The academic year is divided into two semesters, the first one starts at the beginning of September until the end of January and the second one stretches from January till the end of June. The start and end dates of classes are different from one school to another and depend on the level at which you enter the Grenoble Institute of Technology schools. Please refer to your host school to know exactly when you begin.
8/ Letter of acceptance
If you are accepted as an exchange student at Grenoble Institute of Technology, you will receive a letter of acceptance by mid June for the first semester or mid December for the second semester. This is a formal decision from the committee of the school which has reviewed your application form. It is very important that you bring it along when coming to France.
9/ Learning agreement
In order to fill out the learning agreement, please check the updated list at the following address.
10/ Language requirement
The exchange program guidelines establish that you must have sufficient knowledge of the French language. To attest your level in French and/or English, you must provide either an official test, a certificate from a language instructor stating the CECR level equivalence.
- For the program taught in French:
B1 level according to the CECR in French and English is recommended. Students must validate the B2
level in English at the end of the program
- For the program taught in English:
B1 level in English is recommended. Students must validate the B2 level in English at the end of the
11/ Online housing form
In order to be considered the following items must be correctly filled out:
For academic issues (courses, timetable, study program, etc.): please contact the International Faculty Advisor of the department you applied for.
For administrative issues, please contact: email@example.com
Written by Estelle Dutto
Date of update March 1, 2018