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  • 8 / 10 points

    Experience in Grenoble, France by Agnès

    What is it like to live in Grenoble? Would you recommend it? What is the city like?I would recommend to live in Grenoble, the city is very enjoyable. It's not a too big city so you're not lost in it, but you still have a lot to do. The transports are very useful and...

    0 by Agnès, one month ago
  • 9 / 10 points

    Erasmus Experience in Grenoble, France by Ioana

    What is the student lifestyle like in Grenoble? Dynamic, fun, lots of sporting activities (ski slopes really close) Would you recommend the city and the University of Grenoble to other students? Yes What is the food like? Great french cuisine, markets with fresh local...

    0 by Ioana, 2 months ago
  • 7 / 10 points

    Erasmus Experience in Grenoble, France by Zoe

    Why did you choose to go to Grenoble, France?I did not many place for France, but the University JF is very important for the physics.How long is the scholarship? How much money do you receive to help you with living costs?September-avril. After I will do a Stage. I...

    0 by Zoe, 6 months ago
  • 9 / 10 points

    Erasmus Experience in Grenoble, France by Daniel

    Why did you choose to go to Grenoble, France?When I decided to come to France for a 1 semester exchange I chose Grenoble because it was mainly a student city.What is the student lifestyle like in Grenoble?Student lifestyle in Grenoble is great. As I said Grenoble is...

    0 by Daniel, 6 months ago
  • 8 / 10 points

    Experience in Grenoble, France by Walter

    What is it like to live in Grenoble? Would you recommend it? What is the city like?Grenoble is a pleasent city city to live in because of the geographical context. Montain and Natural activity are realy nearby. However the side effect of the geographical region play...

    1 by Walter, 6 months ago
  • 6 / 10 points

    home town in the french alps

    Grenoble is a nice city suronded by montains (gets very hot and poluted during summer but you can always see the montains from anywhere in the city). the city centre is full of smal street and small parks with 16th century buildings.  there is a lot of exchange...

    0 by Saskia, 7 months ago
  • 8 / 10 points

    Erasmus Experience in Grenoble, France by Ivan

    Why did you choose to go to Grenoble, France?City not too big not too small: you can go everywhere by walk and by bike, but at the same time the city is big enough to propose malls, shops, many pubs... Lots of students and people to meetWhat is the student lifestyle...

    0 by Ivan, 10 months ago
  • 8 / 10 points

    Erasmus Experience in Grenoble, France by Barbara

    Why did you choose to go to Grenoble, France?is in France, nice environment, close to the alps, best french student city among several rankingsWhat is the student lifestyle like in Grenoble?Almost everybode likes the mountains and goes skiing, hiking or climbing....

    0 by Barbara, 10 months ago
  • 9 / 10 points

    Erasmus Experience in Grenoble, France by Suhail

    Why did you choose to go to Grenoble, France?Because of GGSB one of the best school in world a great institution that has shaped my lifeHow long is the scholarship? How much money do you receive to help you with living costs?NAWhat is the student lifestyle like in...

    0 by Suhail, 10 months ago
  • 8 / 10 points

    Erasmus Experience in Grenoble, France by ibrahim

    Why did you choose to go to Grenoble, France?The studies I wanted was at UJF and so I went there but I never regret for having gone for mountains surrounding that very lovely flat city, its nature and lovely ambient.How long is the scholarship? How much money do you...

    0 by ibrahim, 11 months ago
  • 9 / 10 points

    Erasmus Experience in Grenoble, France by Hannes

    Why did you choose to go to Grenoble, France?Good relationship to my university, Aim to improve my FrenchHow long is the scholarship? How much money do you receive to help you with living costs?5 Months 120 Euros/MonthWhat is the student lifestyle like in...

    0 by Hannes, one year ago
  • 5 / 10 points

    Erasmus Experience in Grenoble, France by Melissa

    Why did you choose to go to Grenoble, France?I studied in Grenoble for a month as a part of my university degreeHow long is the scholarship? How much money do you receive to help you with living costs?It was for 4 weeks, my fees were part paid forWhat is the student...

    0 by Melissa, one year ago
  • 8 / 10 points

    Experience in Grenoble, France by Marine

    What is it like to live in Grenoble? Would you recommend it? What is the city like?if you like mountains, just go! sometimes it can be tiring because you feel like surrounded by mountains, but if you want to escape from the city, 20minutes by bus and you can enjoy...

    0 by Marine, one year ago
  • 7 / 10 points

    Erasmus: day 28

    Was the last day of a workshop, and I presented my final work. Here's a transcript of what I wrote that day: «It’s a performance about uncomfortableness. Why? Because that’s what this city is to me: uncomfortable. I feel out of place. French is uncomfortable for...

    1 by Inês, 2 years ago
  • 7 / 10 points

    Concert: Des Ark + Sissters

    So, I was taken to a concert.It was at “Le 102”. Weirdest place ever… No entry fee (ok, normal enough), free-priced vegan food (as in, you pay whatever you want to pay for the food, be it 1cent of 50€), clean you own dishes… stuff like that. Weird. But very...

    0 by Inês, 2 years ago
  • 4 / 10 points

    Grenoble; A destination for ski lovers

    Grenoble is a small town in the middle of the French Alpes, for sky lovers this city is a great destination. with more than 12 sky station at less than 1h per bus (Every 15 min there is a bus to one of the ski stations) you will have enough ski stations for a journey of...

    0 by Tiago, 3 years ago

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