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The innovative school

Since its creation in 1984, Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM) has focused on Technology and Innovation Management to become a world leader in these fields.

A know-how we have developed thanks to the innovative spirit of Grenoble. This cosmopolitan city of science and technology is the world's fifth most inventive city (Forbes magazine) and has fostered our institution's success.

Technology and Innovation Management contribute to two fundamental aspects of a company's development:

  • Creating value by integrating new technologies
  • Enhancing competitiveness and longevity by managing innovation

EEncouraging an innovative spirit is a fundamental pillar of GEM. Technology and Innovation Management are integral parts of all our programs. From undergraduate studies to continuing education and research programs, GEM trains future managers to overcome the challenges of tomorrow.

Founding member of the GIANT innovation campus

Grenoble Innovation for Advanced New Technologies (GIANT) represents an aspiration to become a world leader for research, higher education and industrial development. Considered to be the French MIT*, the GIANT Innovation Campus imagines the world of tomorrow and offers innovative solutions for the future. GEM is a founding member of GIANT and participates in its organization along with seven key partners.

*Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Innovation as the key to development

Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM) is continuously focused on innovation and research. The School of the Future and the GEM Learning Model highlight the potential for innovative pedagogy.

Pedagogic innovation

Geopolitics

Grenoble Ecole de Management is the first French business school to include geopolitics and a general understanding of today's world in its training programs. Geopolitics has been a part of our programs for approximately ten years. Thanks to active research in this field, the School is a regular participant in current scientific and societal debates on geopolitical issues.