The student community and their associations are very active at Grenoble Ecole de Management. The School counts 23 associations. More than 700 events are organized each year with budgets that can reach almost 500,000 euros and event teams that can include 40, 50 or even 60 students.
Participating in student associations is almost a given for any students seeking to have a fulfilling student experience. Student associations help integrate new students, provide means to experiment with professional life and offer unique chances for life experiences.
The entrepreneurship association
A selection process during your second year of studies opens the door to spending a semester working on a project every afternoon. This opportunity is part of our differentiated learning process and is recognized and evaluated within the curriculum.
Training and counseling
Students nominated to key positions within an association (president, treasurer, head of communications, etc.) receive 15 days of training when their responsibilities begin. The goal is to train operational managers with key skills such as accounting, conflict management, coaching or responding to harassment issues. Association presidents and treasurers also benefit from the fact that they receive certification for their skills thanks to a specific
List of student associations
Le Bureau des Élèves
The Bureau des élèves (student government) interacts with the school administration to represent students and their associations. It is the foundation for all student associations.
MAISON Gem PARIS, the Student Club in GEM Paris Campus, is a branch of the main Student Association "le BDE" of the Grenoble Campus named Blouse Brothers. The Paris Campus was launched in 2014 and MAISON GEM in November 2016. A few associations from Grenoble gave their support to help such a successful initiative, GEM Store, Millesi'mets, Aloha and Zone Art.
Altigliss organizes the GEM Altigliss student ski and snowboard world cup.
The Bureau des sports (BDS - sports association) is France's largest student sports organization (ANEO ranking). It organizes sports events and other fun activities for students throughout the year. More than 25 sports are offered every year.
GEM Entreprendre GEM Entreprendre aims to promote entrepreneurship by helping unsuspecting entrepreneurs realize their potential and begin an entrepreneurial project.
GEM ONU is the geopolitical association of Grenoble Business School. Our members, participate to various Model United Nations (MUN), simulations in which students from all other the world can learn about diplomacy, international relations and the United Nations. Representing GEM at the National Model United Nations (NMUN), the biggest simulation gathering more than 1500 participants, GEM ONU also participates to the LIMUN (London), the MainMUN (Francfort) and organizes its own simulation, the MUNtain at GEM. The development of our member’s public speaking, leadership skills and critical thinking is all the more important since they draft articles and cartographic works.
GEM Finance Society invests on the stock market, provides financial services to companies, offers microcredits, actively publishes articles concerning the actual market situation, and creates events to engage students who pursue a career in finance. At GEM Finance Society we provide a professional learning environment where we encourage students to practice their financial skills to gain experience and enhance their career. They are recruiting students for the investment club and in “Crack 40”, the newspaper dealing with economy, finance, geopolitics and even philosophy.
Food & wine enthusiasts
The Enjeu association is all about fun. It offers a slew of opportunities such as tournaments, game rentals, special deals for team building and serious games.
Planètes is GEM's communications and audiovisual association.
The GEM Store is the official Grenoble Ecole de Management store. In addition to graduating class sweatshirts, the store offers more than 20 articles for sale every year.
Aloha is the association in charge of welcoming and integrating international students.
SOS : Savoir Oser la Solidarité (SOS - Daring to be solidary) is the GEM association dedicated to solidarity and actions to support children.