All Grenoble university facilities

Student unions, performance halls, exhibition spaces... Grenoble's campuses have many different cultural facilities. Come and discover them!


  • EST
    The Espace Scénique Transdisciplinaire (EST) is a new cultural facility equipped with workshops, stages, studios, and practice halls, open to all disciplines, and at the service of student life and the entire university community.
  • Amphidice
    Want to suggest a cultural project or take part in one? Université Grenoble Alpes offers technical, financial, and human resources to help those steering university cultural projects.
  • Louis Weil Amphitheater
    The Louis Weil amphitheater can hold up to 900 people for events such as conferences, conventions, Scientific and Technical Culture symposiums, and occasionally concerts and projections.
  • L'Aquarium
    Located in the center of the Condillac residences, this multi-purpose hall, which can hold up to 350 people, hosts concerts, association meals, exhibitions and more, offered by the cultural service in partnership with the campus' cultural institutions and associations.
  • L'Aparté
    Located in the heart of the Berlioz residences, the Aparté has 144 seats. A practical and comfortable setting equipped with sound, light, and video equipment to host dance, theater and projection events...


    Architecture, design, innovative constructions... If you are interested in the different ways of living in a space or a region, the École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Grenoble offers lots of activities and events via its six student associations.
  • ESAD
    The Ecole Supérieure d'Art et Design (ESAD) offers various exhibition galleries spread across Grenoble and Valence. These galleries are open to the public during exhibitions.


  • University Libraries Grenoble Alpes
    With a total of 10 in 4 departments (Isère, Drôme, Savoie, Haute-Savoie), they make up the Direction générale déléguée "Bibliothèques et Appui à la Science Ouverte" (DGD BAPSO), which serves all the students and teacher-researchers at Grenoble-Alpes University.
  • Sciences Po Grenoble library
    Since its creation in 1955, the documentation centre has constantly evolved to enrich its collections and extend its services while adapting to the evolution of educational curricula, research themes and information and communication technologies.
  • ENSAG Library
    The library is open to all. The documents are freely available on site.
  • Municipal Libraries
    12 municipal libraries make different types of documents available to all audiences for information, leisure, education and cultural purposes; spaces for meetings, confrontation, reflection and citizen debate.


  • EVE - Espace Vie Etudiante
    The EVE Student Life Space is a café, performance hall, initiative incubator, and premises for associations (Radio Campus, INTEGRE, etc.). This space dedicated to students, which is open to the university and the city, is an excellent place for meeting people, interacting, and developing projects!
  • Escape
    The Escape association and cultural sports space for students is a drop-in center for students within the Cambridge block on the Grenoble peninsula.
  • Maison de Grenoble INP
    After opening in the fall of 2004, the Maison de Grenoble INP has quickly become a focal point for association life in Grenoble INP. It is also a meeting space for clubs and associations, and a student drop-in center.


  • The University Campus (Domaine Universitaire)
    The University Campus is an exceptional natural environment, with a rich association, sports, and cultural life... A great campus to study and live in!
  • FabMSTIC
    The FabMSTIC is the first major fablab of Université de Grenoble's Saint Martin d'Hères campus. The platform is designed to serve the entire university community and facilitate multi-disciplinary projects.
  • OSUG - The Observatoire des Sciences de l'Univers de Grenoble
    The Observatoire des Sciences de l’Univers de Grenoble works in all fields of scientific studies related to all aspects of the Universe, the Earth, and environmental systems, and offers scientific activities enabling all audiences to discover its fields of research.