We talk to ‘Los Latinos’, a Grenoble-based amateur football team featuring players of 10 different nationalities.
We talk to Bienvenue Grenoble, a new organisation that offers a range of activities aimed at helping newcomers feel welcome in Grenoble.
British blogger and erasmus student Elizabeth Gear shares this post about life as a vegan in the Capital of the Alps.
VSArt, an association that brings cultural opportunities to disadvantaged and elderly people, is looking for artists and musicians or just “folks with a big heart, some spoken French and a little time to devote to others, occasionally.” Meredith Charreyron explains.
We talk to Laura Mollica, the Brazilian filmmaker behind ‘Is It Running?’, a moving documentary about Grenoble from the perspective of students from a variety of backgrounds, from Iran to Angola.
We catch up with Bhargav Prasanna Swaminathan, one year after his arrival in Grenoble from India to do a Master’s degree in engineering.
Erasmus student Michael Hansford anticipates life in the Capital of the Alps, where he will be studying at Université Pierre Mendes France and playing for the Centaures de Grenoble American football team.
Anna Cartalade shares her experiences on a Chinese medicine training programme now offering courses in Grenoble city centre.
Considering living and working in France? Read on for the lowdown on what makes Grenoble a great destination for expats.
François Lemaire of e-montage talks to Grenoble Life about his new local business offering flexible car servicing and repairs in English or French, and about starting out as an entrepreneur in the Capital of the Alps.