Welcome, Bienvenue, Willkommen, 欢迎, Benvenuti, добро пожаловать, Välkommen, Witamy, Bienvenido!

This is the blog of the Centre for International Affairs at Grenoble EM, France.

The mission of the Centre is to help students, faculty and administrative staff develop a whole range of international projects. This includes activities such as Study Abroad or the off-site programmes and campuses we have set up.  Today is the first day of our blog. But why a blog and what will we talk about?

Here are just a few examples  of the things we have been working on over the past few years.

Each year the Centre for International Affairs helps around 1000 people. That’s a lot of different projects and a lot of different stories to tell. The idea of this blog is to tell some of those stories.

This blog is open to GEM Students who wish to study abroad as well as non-GEM students who are interested in our School. But of course there is no control or age limit and if you wish to come only to have a look even if you do not have a particular international project, you are most welcome!

student photo

Originally, the aim of this blog was to create a meeting point for all the students’ testimonials about their experience abroad and allow students to share their international experiences, and even more. If the idea of going abroad is stuck in your mind, it can help you to finally decide to leap into the unknown or simply start by learning a foreign language!

Most important this blog is YOUR blog, and we would like to thank students and all the people who already contributed and will contribute to make it alive through their testimonials.

We hope you will have fun by following us!

You can check more of Study Abroad articles at GlobalEd, the blog of Mark Thomas.

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One thought on “Welcome, Bienvenue, Willkommen, 欢迎, Benvenuti, добро пожаловать, Välkommen, Witamy, Bienvenido!

  1. Reblogged this on GlobalEd and commented:
    I am delighted to announce the launch of a new blog, “Mainly International” by the Centre for International Affairs at Grenoble EM.

    It posted its first article two days ago and will be posting everyday this coming week.
    The articles will describe many of the exciting international projects that the team is working on and will have stories from students, faculty, staff and anyone else who wishes to contribute.
    On a personal note I am even more pleased because I will be away from the office for the next couple of months. This new blog will allow me to keep track of all things that are happening.
    I hope you enjoy reading it.

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