The Mentoring program helps connect undergraduate or new students to more experienced ones in order to ease their integration. Following is some information that will help you understand how this works!
Do you want to welcome and guide a new student at campus? Would you like to ease his move in Grenoble? Then the Mentoring program was made for you!
By getting involved in our organization as a Mentor, you will be able to concretely help students get acclimated to their new city.
How could you do that?
It is quite simple. You can help your mentee get through his/her administrative procedures, get him/her to know Grenoble, assist him/her in registering for courses and accessing campus, and even introduce him/her to your friends. This way, you’ll allow new students to adapt to their new life the best way possible. We are open to all suggestions. If you know better ways to help integrate students, feel free to propose them to your mentee. You could take him/her to the restaurant, show him/her interesting places in the urban area…there are various options left.
Have you just arrived in Grenoble and would like to be guided and mentored by an experienced student at campus? Would you like to get information about administrative procedures, registration at university, or even key places in town? If so, you can register to our Mentoring Program and get the help you need.
What is it?
Moving in a new town is very exciting, yet many students are also apprehensive about the various challenges that await them upon entrance to their new University, especially when they hardly know anyone there. The Mentoring Program allows new students to be mentored by an upper-class student who will help them with their procedures and allow them to get acclimated.
Mentors can answer to your questions, integrate you to the campus and even introduce you to new people. You may even share exciting events with your Mentor such as outings, trips or sports activities!
But there's more!
Are you new to the city or arriving soon? In order to ease your move in Grenoble, we have prepared a Student Welcome Guide just for you.
In this document, you’ll find useful information about transportation, healthcare, administrative procedures, visas or housing.
Click to download your guide !
The Tandem Program was made for you!
This program allows you to meet a student from the campus who would like to learn your mother tongue, and to improve your own oral skills while learning his or hers.
Thanks to the Tandem program, the two of you will be able to form a nice duo and to get to know about each other’s culture. On top of that, you may even become great friends and share quality moments while talking to each other and learning new vocabulary and oral expressions.
Don’t waste another minute! Join the Tandem program HERE and enjoy a unique opportunity to open up your mind even more, learn a new language and improve your skills.
Are you currently studying in Grenoble?
Would you like to learn new languages, improve your skills and meet amazing people?
"Lass uns Freunde sein!"
"Of course not!"
"anata wa, gakusei desu ka?"
"Naka sa waa kër ?"
Does “Meet’N’Go” sound familiar? If you have never heard about it, we should do something about it ;)
What is it?
A program by IntEGre designed to associate a French student, who wants to study abroad, with an International or another French student who has already been there.
What is the goal? To share the key points to manage and organise your mobility: administrative procedures, daily life, university … all questions will be answered!
How doing that?
Are you an international student in Grenoble? or are you a French student who have already studied abroad? Your mission, if you accept it, mentoring a student who will study abroad!! Show your solidarity sharing your good advices and experience! https://goo.gl/forms/WnDy1YyF2CefUkck2
If you are going to study abroad and you have a lot of questions, click here : https://goo.gl/forms/YI3rTxa86CjkqlvU2
Prospective Erasmus students will have opportunities to meet their mentors when they attend The Meet and Go roundtable at the beginning of the new academic year. During this event, students will be able to begin meaningful relationships with their mentors and be allowed to ask them questions regarding their Erasmus experience. Follow us on Facebook to get further information!
Thanks to the Gratuiterie (a word coming from “gratuit”, which means “free” in English), IntEGre offers you to collect some useful objects that you will probably need when moving in your new flat. These items include kitchen utensils, small appliances, folding tables, blankets, small pieces of furniture…all these objects where given away by former students for them to be donated to new ones.
The Gratuiterie Program obviously helps create a win-win situation. Students who are moving out of Grenoble can donate different kinds of objects so they are not thrown away, and new students can get these useful items for free. This way, everyone can take part in a circular economy where sharing and recycling offer a more sustainable approach to consumption.
Objects that have been collected by our organization for the program are available at EVE. If you want to have an opportunity to get some of these items, feel free to come over (you’ll find us at EVE-Espace vie étudiante- 701 Avenue Centrale, 38400 Saint Martin d'Hères).
Make sure you come early enough so you can have a wider choice of items.
Find more information about the Gratuiterie schedule on our Facebook page!