About Grenoble

 Grenoble, the heart of management, technology and innovation


What better place to study than in the heart of the French Alps! Amidst a backdrop of the Chartreuse, Vercors and Belledonne mountains ranges, GGSB is located in the lively, young and international city of Grenoble.

The town boasts an impressive concentration of cultural and sporting activities. From art galleries, theatres and cinemas showing the international films, to skiing, windsurfing and climbing, you’ll have no trouble enjoying your free time.



Grenoble and the Chartreuse range.

 
A technology hotbed

Often described as the Alpine Silicon Valley of Europe, Grenoble is a hotbed of micro and nanotechnology activity. The region is home to a vast network of technology organizations, including major research centers and global electronics and IT companies.

It is within this context that GGSB is rapidly building a strong reputation for its innovative pedagogy thanks to its expertise in Management of Technology and intercultural management.

The School has built close links with the extensive network of local high-tech businesses and research organizations, including the largest center for micro and nanotechnologies in Europe, Minatec.
 
Thanks to this collaboration, plus the School’s high-caliber faculty staff with extensive industry experience and expertise, GGSB is rapidly gaining a global reputation for its expertise in management of technology.

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Key Facts on Grenoble

 

  • The Alpine “Silicon Valley” of Europe

 

  • A worldwide hub for electronics, information technology and communications companies

 

  • Leading worldwide nano-technology research center, Minatec

 

  • A powerful network that ties business, industry and research

 

  • Home to major global technology companies, such as Hewlett-Packard, Xerox, Sun Microsystems, Philips and ST Microelectronics