The master N2 of Grenoble has double degree programs with:
- The Tomsk Polytechnik University (TPU): students registered for the double degree, must validate a first year of master with 60 ECTS in their home university, then follow the second year in the host university. They obtain the master N2 of UJF, either in nanophysics of nano-chemistry, and the master of Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology of the TPU.
- The University of Tsukuba, Japan. The program covers the nanophysics and nanochemistry tracks. Students of the master Nano of UGA follow their 1st year in Grenoble up to end of April. They perform their 1st year internshp and a part of their 2nd year in Tsukuba University, from May to March of the next year. They come back in Grenoble beginning of April for finishing their master thesis, which is co-advised with Tsukuba. They obtain the master N2 of UGA and the master of Science in Applied Physics or in Chemistry of Tsukuba.
- The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT): The program covers the nanophysics track only. Students follow the 1st year in their home univeristy, the second year in the host university, and obtain the master N2 of UJF and the Master of Science, Physiks track of the KIT.