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Grenoble Institute of Technology
Innovating for a Sustainable Future

Grenoble Institute of Technology in figures

February 9, 2014
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Grenoble Institute of Technology is a public sector technology university with more than 5,300 students and 1,100 teaching and research fellows, admin and technical staff. More than 1,000 engineering degrees, 330 research masters and 170 doctorates are awarded each year, along with a hundred internal qualifications.

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There are strong links with industry and 2,200 trainees work within the institute on accredited placements leading to qualifications. There are 38 research laboratories, including 4 international laboratories, 26 working with CNRS and the other 3 Grenoble universities and 9 other unified laboratories, highlighting the commitment to basic and applied research. Grenoble Institute of Technology also has an international reach and partners with research and higher education establishments in more than 53 countries.

Training courses
Research  and business promotion
Industrial relations
International
 

 

Student numbers 2004-2005:

  • 1,428 degree students
  • 3,036 masters students
  • 842 doctorate students

Degrees awarded in 2004:

  • 1,046 engineering degrees
  • 332 masters
  • 146 doctorates

2004-2005: 5,306 students, including 1,152 international students

 

Research and business promotion

Research:

  • 800 researchers and research and teaching fellows
  • 8 doctorate schools
  • 378 masters courses per year
  • 170 doctorates
  • 0.6 supervisees per researcher
  • 32 European projects

Business promotion:

  • 104 research agreements executed in 2003
  • 22 industrial research-based training agreements
  • € 10 M research contracts (public and private)
  • 20 spin-off businesses in 5 years
  • 50 consultancy assignments by subsidiary INPG Entreprise SA


Industrial relations

  • 2,200 work placements per year
  • 8 months of the engineering course in industry
  • 100 businesses represented on the governing bodies
  • 280 professionals involved in training courses
  • 65 students on apprenticeships
  • IN Partners Grenoble: industrial private partners club
International
  • 11 European technology universities in CLUSTER network.
  • 162 cooperation and exchange agreements with 53 countries
  • 45 % of engineering students study abroad (3 months to 1 year)
  • 10 engineering double degree agreements
  • 3 laboratories in Vietnam, Mexico and China

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Written by Xavier Oster

Date of update February 9, 2014

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