ENSTA Bretagne : Formation le jeu d'entreprise

A multidisciplinary core curriculum

The substantial and well-balanced core curriculum covers the major technological fields: mathematics, computer science, electronics, mechanics, etc. Human Sciences play a key role with courses ranging from the practical (management, marketing, etc.) to the more reflective (sociology, philosophy, etc.). The program also includes cultural and artistic workshops on themes such as fine arts and theater, which contribute to developing student creativity.

These core courses are concentrated at the beginning of the program (mainly in 1st year) and help students to acquire a solid base of general knowledge preparing them for project management, research, development, and designing and implementing complex systems in diverse environments.

ENSTA Bretagne engineers are able to reconcile technical innovation with social and economic requirements, ethical responsibilities and team management. They are active members of an evolving society.


ENSTA Bretagne - natation compétition

An original systems approach

Our original systems approach develops comprehensive analytical and research skills that are an ideal preparation for high-tech project design, which encompasses multiple disciplines ranging from mechanics to information and decision systems.

Innovation culture

ENSTA Bretagne engineers develop a culture of innovation through their classes and projects, as well as numerous conferences and opportunities for discussion with professionals and researchers.

Since January 2015, the school’s Human and Social Sciences Department has coordinated international research projects focused on training engineers in innovation, taking a comparative international perspective.

Language learning and international awareness

A global perspective is at the heart of ENSTA Bretagne's programs, which feature language learning and numerous possibilities for international internships and exchanges. Students learn 2 modern languages, with the option of adding a 3rd through night classes. English is the primary compulsory language. Students develop their knowledge and use of English, and aim for a C1 level in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), which will allow them to work in an English-speaking professional environment. Our intercultural approach goes beyond language mastery: through role-play, future engineers learn techniques for job interviews in other cultural environments and for cooperation in and management of multicultural teams.