Clubs and associations

Come and discover the richness of community life at Grenoble INP – Phelma!

The BDA (Bureau des Arts) (arts office) organises events and activities for students at the school: concerts, open stage events, photograph competitions, various exhibitions etc.
The Cercle Phelma, more commonly known as the BDE (Bureau Des Élèves) (Students’ Union), organises all kinds of induction events and weekends. The association is also there to represent Phelma students to the school authorities.
The Phelma BDS (Bureau Des Sports) (sports office) is responsible for getting students moving in countless ways! There is plenty to do in Grenoble: induction at the start of the academic year, broadcasting matches, skiing weekends and other mountain outings, initiation to unusual sports etc.
Groupement Phelma - Alumni is the association of graduates and students of Phelma. ts purpose is to carry out solidarity campaigns, enhance the status of Phelma diplomas, and represent, defend and promote the engineers.
The Robotronik Club is intended to introduce students at the school to the fields of robotics and electronics. Each year it trains a team that takes part in the Coupe de France de Robotique (French Robotics Cup) and the NXP Cup.
Where guitars howl, the bass is funky, drums crash and keyboards take off!
Cheer Up! Phelma is a national charity that helps young people suffering from cancer to fight the disease. Cheer Up! Phelma is the Grenoble branch.
Le Chalet is the association that fits out and runs the school’s hostel. An alternative to dreary winter evenings with games, TV series, table football and billiards nights!
Junior Conseil Phelma (Phelma Junior Council) is a students’ association that is non-profit-making but has an economic purpose, its aim being to establish professional links between students and industry.
Here video games rule, whether for relaxation or for hardcore gaming.
The aim of this association is to popularise science for young people, through experiments and conferences for primary and secondary school pupils.
Offers DIY enthusiasts the chance to make objects from recovered materials