The Grenoble School of Management first opened in 1984 and focuses the areas of entrepreneurship, innovation and technology. In March 2016, an alliance between the Grenoble School of Management and the EMLYON Business School was announced.
Besides the main campus in Grenoble, the school has campuses in Paris as well as 12 other major international cities. This group includes London, Moscow, Berlin and Los Angeles among others.
By opening those campuses, the Grenoble School of Management is establishing connections with major business sectors that can offer a much wider perspective when it comes to instruction.
The students that come for such learning can obtain both undergraduate and graduate degrees, with some choosing to follow with a doctorate.
In the area of research among the assembled faculty, a focus is put on segments such as entrepreneurship, the issue of climate change, digitization, health concerns and the sharing economy.
An approximate 700 faculty members are doing such researches and provide nearly 8,000 students with the outcome across the globe. Within that group of students are close to 400 doctoral candidates in a variety of areas.