Grenoble IAE offers 1 bachelor level program and 5 Master's level programs (M2) taught entirely in English.

Application Process & Calendar

On-line Application to determine Eligibility

Via Campus France website
International students residing in the following countries : Algeria, Argentina, Benin, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Burundi Cameroon, Chile, China, Colombia, Comoros, the Republic of the Congo, South Korea, Ivory Coast, Egypt, United States, Gabon, Guinea, Haïti, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Madagascar, Mali, Morocco, Mauritius, Mauritania, Mexico, Nigeria, Peru, Senegal, Democratic Republic of Congo, Russia, Senegal, Singapore, Taiwan, Tchad, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey and Vietnam must complete their application process via the Campus France website from 15th January to 6th March 2020.
The application file will be reviewed by an Admission Board made up of teachers from the program.
The acceptance notice will be available on Campus France Website on 1st July 2020 at the latest

Via eCandidat
Other international students must apply using eCandidat.

Programmes

eCandidat Application Opens

eCandidat Application Closes

Interview

Acceptance Notice

Degree in International Business & Managament

6th April 2020

24th April 2020

26th – 28th May 2020

5th June 2020

M2 – International Manager

13th April 2020

4th May 2020

1st-10th June 2020

12th June 2020

M2 – Applied Corporate Management

13th April 2020

4th May 2020

1st-10th June 2020

12th June 2020

M2 – Advances in Finance & Accounting

13th April 2020

4th May 2020

1st-10th June 2020

12th June 2020

M2 – Advanced ReseArch in Management of Information Systems

13th April 2020

4th May 2020

1st-10th June 2020

12th June 2020

M2 – Advanced Research in Marketing

13th April 2020

4th May 2020

1st-10th June 2020

12th June 2020


If students meet the prerequisites and are deemed eligible for the program, they are then invited for an interview with a panel of faculty and professionals in the field. During this interview students will be expected to explain their academic and professional paths, their motivations for choosing this program, and their professional goals related to this program.  Interviews may be arranged via Skype if the student does not currently reside in France and is unable to attend in person.

The application file will be reviewed by an Admission Board made up of teachers from the program.

Admission Prerequisites

Any student wishing to apply for admission to our programs must provide proof of the following:
  • Completed application through eCandidat or Campus France website
  • For the Degree in International Business, completion of at least two years study at university level in Management and Business Administration (minimum of 120 ECTS credits for Europe)
  • For an M2, completion of the first year of a Master's degree or Diploma equal to bac+4 from a European university (minimum of 240 ECTS credits)

Language Proficiency

Students applying for full English programs must provide the results of an English Language test (taken after 01/01/2018), UNLESS:
  • You are a native English speaker
  • Your entire degree was taught in English.

Student falling into one of these categories, must include a statement explaining why they are not sending the results of an English test.

Results of the test must be submitted before application deadline or your application will not be considered.

Oral language proficiency will also be tested during the interview.

Program Costs

Dual Degree in International Business - Bachelor
Students from outside the EU* : 5862€/year (National fees 2770€ + Specific fees 3000€ + Student & Campus life contribution (CVEC) 92€)
European students*:3262€/year (National fees 170€ + Specific fees 3000€ + Student & campus life contribution (CVEC) 92€)

Master 2
Students from outside the EU* : 3862€/year (National fees 3770€ +  Student & Campus life contribution (CVEC) 92€)
European students*:335€/year (National fees 243€ + Student & campus life contribution (CVEC) 92€)

* in addition, students who have had a break (of more than two years) in their studies will be classified as continuing education students and will have to pay additional fees for an amount of 2500€. Continuing education students don't have to pay the CVEC if their training is covered by an employer or another organization.
The rules incurring the payment of differentiated fees by non-E.U. students will come into effect at the start of the academic year 2020/2021. The registration fees don't necessarily have to be paid at the start of the academic year: an instalment payment plan can be set up. When your application has been accepted you will ask for an exemption; an email will tell you how to do this. This exemption may be partial or total.

To be taken into account! The cost of living for a student in France is about 700€/month.

Scholarships

If you have limited resources, you might be granted a scholarship based on social criteria to help pay for your studies.  Scholarship requests must be submitted between January 15th and April 30th through the CROUS website.

In addition, many international students apply for scholarships through programs in their home country or through CampusFrance.  Grenoble IAE does not offer additional scholarships for international students.