Within its agreements, the UPMF has signed many exchange partnerships which are either exchange programs or bilateral conventions. Here is information to help you understand the terms used:
Erasmus exchange programs
The Erasmus exchange programs are agreements signed between European universities for the exchange of students. These agreements are generally specific to a subject. This is why the agreements you may benefit from will depend on your syllabus.
Exchange programs outside Europe
The exchange programs outside Europe are programs generally involving only one country and offering one or several destinations in this country. These programs sometimes result from a partnership between the UPMF and a specific country, but also from a partnership between Université de Grenoble and foreign countries.
The UPMF programs are the following: - ISEP USA: exchange program with the USA - ISEP International to International: worldwide exchange program (Europe and outside Europe) - CREPUQ: exchange program with the region of Quebec in Canada. - Ontario/Rhône Alpes: exchange program with the region of Ontario in Canada
The programs of Université de Grenoble are the following: - Grenoble Brazil: exchange program with Brazil - Japan: exchange program with Japan
Bilateral conventions are signed between two universities and not included in the Erasmus program or programs outside Europe. The agreement generally involves all the subjects taught in the university. Some conventions are signed by Université de Grenoble as it is the case for the Arizona State University (USA), Puebla (Mexico) or the National University of Singapore.