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Supply Chain Management

The Supply Chain Management Program trains engineers in the skills required to optimize all aspects of the supply chain, from a strategic point of view (selection of suppliers, opening/closing of worksites, creation of distribution networks, etc.) to an operational point of view (supply management, workplace management, inventory management, production, quality, information system management, etc.)

Admission Requirements

Admission to Grenoble INP - Génie industriel is open to French university graduates with a Licence or completion of the 1st year of a Master in the following disciplines: Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Mechanics, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science, Informatics and Management, Mathematics and Computing for Science, Management and Economics.

Overview and Career Opportunities

Grenoble INP - Génie industriel, created with the active support of large industrial companies and in partnership with the Social and Human Sciences University of Grenoble, has rapidly become the standard in terms of industrial engineering due to its unique multidisciplinary approach to training.

Career opportunities:
Engineer in production, quality, purchasing, logistics, industrialization, methods, information systems, supply-chain manager, project manager, consultant.

Graduates are called upon for all industry sectors of:
  • the automotive industry, aeronautics, computing, luxury-goods industry, etc.
  • logistics, transport, services and consulting.


The Program course is organized into 4 semesters
The first one concerns fundamental concepts of supply chain
> Semester 3
The second semester focuses on a technical project supervised by teachers specialized both in human sciences and engineering.
>Semester 4
The third reinforces specific skills: inter-firms cooperation, creativity and innovation, performance evaluation, scheduling of production systems, etc.
> Semester 5
The last semester is dedicated to the Final Project either in a laboratory or industry.
> Semester 6

Courses Taught in English

Courses are principally taught in French however some courses in semester 5 are in English.


An application, available online, must be submitted. Applicants will be required to attend an interview if this application is successful. Admissions will then be decided by the admission committee of the institution.
Graduate students from a foreign university can apply for admission for the following cases:
    • One or two exchange semesters in the case of an established agreement between their university and Grenoble INP
    • As a double degree if an agreement has been made between their university and Grenoble INP - Génie industriel
    • Admission to the Grenoble INP - Génie industriel course for holders of a bachelor's or a master's degree
    • One or two exchange semesters in the case of an established agreement between their university and Grenoble INP
An application, available online, must be submitted.  Admissions will be decided by the admission committee of the institution.

Master Thesis

In semester 6 the student must complete a project within a professional engineering environment. The student engineer must, through this project, put into action his or her knowledge and skills acquired during the course.  He or she will be evaluated by a report and a viva.


For those requiring additional information on all the sources of academic funding, contact the Service de Coopération et d'Actions Culturelle (Cultural action and cooperation service, CSAC) of the French Embassy in your country.

Information on Available Scholarships

Are you a foreign student with a Master level qualification wanting to study at one of the six engineering Schools of the Grenoble Institute of Technology ?
You can find all the funding schemes available for your course in Grenoble on the Bourses en Accueil page of our website at

Date of update May 17, 2010

Academic Contact

Philippe Marin
International students can contact Nadia Dehemchi


Applications must be submitted before the 31st May.

Further Information
Université Grenoble Alpes