• France
    • Grenoble

Program Details

Apartment Host Family


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Price Details
• Personalized pre-departure advising
• Tuition and registration
• Housing (apartment options)
• Comprehensive collection of in-country support services including insurance, on-site support, social and wellness activities
• Career and re-entry support
• Scholarship opportunities available
• Some Accommodation Activities
• Airport Transfers
What's Included
Accommodation Activities Transportation Wifi
Feb 09, 2022
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About Program

Home to the winter Olympics, cutting-edge nuclear physics research, and over 60,000 students from France and around the world, Grenoble offers a picturesque setting in which to immerse yourself into local culture. Interning abroad in the French Alps puts a wonderland of natural beauty within reach.
Grenoble is a well-known location for physics, computer science, hydroelectricity, and nanotechnology, as well as a hub for business studies and language learning, giving CEA students the opportunity to intern in a world-class business or organization.
To learn more about Grenoble, click the “Visit Site” [https://www.ceastudyabroad.com/internships/city/Grenoble] button above and see what CEA has waiting for you!

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Program Highlights

  • Strong Academics
  • A Focus on Small & Medium-Sized Enterprises
  • An Individualized Placement Process
  • Affordable, Convenient Options


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Finding family in the French Alps

While studying abroad in Grenoble, France, I was blessed with three younger siblings for the first time in my life. My host parents were beyond wonderful, cooking classic dishes from the French Alps and making me genuinely feel at home while I was farther from home than I had ever been before in my life. Still in touch, they reach out over what's app regularly, as do I, and although I have missed seeing my little siblings grow in person, I look forward to seeing them again someday in the future. However, these weren't the only connections I made there. The point person for CEA in the French Alps is beyond wonder and exceptionally talented at her job. She was great at accommodating the many unique personalities of the students

  • Meeting and becoming a part a French family
  • My professors and classmates were exceptionally wonderful. We even got dinner together as a class with the professor after exams!
  • UGA campus is incredibly cool with fantastic libraries, athletic facilities, and niche opportunities (such as the Parkour class I took)
  • Learning how to use trams was hard. I walked home many time because I missed the last tram, and I was also ticketed for not using it properly.
  • There were some areas of town which I crossed daily that felt potentially dangerous especially after dark.
  • The time change was hard to work with while navigating a long distance relationship.
Response from CEA Study Abroad

Hi Michael! Thanks for sharing your kind words and feedback about your experience with your host family in France. It's incredible how homestays enhance the study abroad journey and you make lifelong connections along the way! SO happy to hear you felt at home with them and CEA onsite staff.

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