Its double objective is to promote engineering students’ and apprentices’ international mobility and to highlight the school’s cultural diversity.
Every October, the international student morning puts the spotlight on ENSTA Bretagne’s international students and provides engineering students and apprentices with the information they need to pursue their studies abroad.
Exploring other cultures
In the ENSTA Bretagne lobby, international students studying at the school give French students a taste of their local cuisine and culture and share information about different educational, administrative and business systems as well as customs and traditions.
Numerous countries are represented each year, including Brazil, Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Cameroon, Lebanon, Germany, Norway and Portugal.
Preparing to go abroad
This key campus event provides an opportunity for students and apprentices to explore options for studying abroad.
Whether through an internship or an exchange in a partner establishment, all ENSTA Bretagne students and apprentices must complete a stay in another country during their studies. On average, students spend 6 months abroad.
The international student event helps them to prepare for this experience and to decide which destinations are best suited to the field they wish to specialize in.
Teaching staff, the international relations team and students who have already been abroad share their experiences in information sessions and one-to-one discussions.