Multi-Sports activities in Sciences Po Grenoble

All IEPG degree candidates are required to do sport during their undergraduate years. Although this requirement does not apply to exchange students, you are encouraged to join a team or sign up for a sporting activity. There is no better way to get to know your classmates and discover the region at the same time. We have men’s and women’s teams in football, rugby, basketball, volleyball and handball. In addition, the IEPG Athletic Department offers a multi-sport outdoor activity course.

During the first semester, students do rock climbing, a forest aerial adventure course, mountain biking, canyoning and via ferrata. The second semester course offers cross country skiing, snowboarding and rock climbing. If you have a more advanced level or wish to participate in other sports, you may join one of the many teams and clubs at the University of Grenoble. With 22,000 student members, the Grenoble Université Club (GUC) is the largest in France !

 

Sciences Po Grenoble is located on the Grenoble campus: one of the most beautiful campuses in Europe

  • 30 000 trees
  • 400 hectares of campus
  • 1 arboretum
  • 40 fine arts masterpieces
  • 2 Tramway lines from Grenoble Railway and Bus Station
  • Grenoble is the French Capital of mountain sports and outdoor activities
  • Grenoble is close to the most famous ski resorts in France
  • Grenoble hosted the Winter Olympics in 1968

 

The University of Grenoble

  • 61,000 students
  • 4 Universities and 2 Institutes
  • 14 PhD schools
  • 265 MA programs
  • 33 Engineering degrees
  • 129 Research laboratories