Below you will find information on:
International students: To help you get organized for your arrival, have a look at our Checklist for the new academic year
Find your back-to-school schedule by signing in to your personal online space (Aurion).
2/ Administrative procedures: your online dossier
To complete your administrative application, please have the documents listed below saved in PDF format (one document per PDF). If you have not yet sent us these documents at the time of admission, you must upload them by clicking on the Administrative record menu of your personal online space (Aurion) by August 1.
|List of PDF documents required|
|Diplôme d'ingénieur (i.e. MSc in Eng.) students:||Master or Advanced Master students:|
3/ Residence permit
For non-EU international students:
- You must prepare the documents required for your residence permit. You can find a list of required documents on the Centre de Mobilité Internationale website by clicking on Residence permit.
4/ Health protocol
You will be informed of the health measures and rules related to Covid-19 implemented on campus at the beginning of the school year.
You can stay informed of the current health instructions on the government website: https://www.gouvernement.fr/info-coronavirus
5/ IT equipment
We ask each student to please have their own laptop.
For guidance, please refer to the minimum requirements set out below for studying for your degree. More advanced configurations will enable you to gain in terms of comfort, speed and performance. The recommended operating system is Windows 10. If you have an Apple Mac, you will be required to work on a virtualized system.
Performance requirements will increase as you progress through your degree. The first year of the engineering program is not quite as demanding as the following years.
If you already have a laptop that you consider powerful enough for running scientific and computing software, you might not need to buy a new one. We recommend that you test it and if you find that it is not very user-friendly, you could always consider getting a new one.
The minimum recommended configuration is as follows:
Laptop >= Intel Core i5, AMD Ryzen 5 or equivalent processor, 256 GB storage (SSD ideally), 8 GB memory.
6/ Student health insurance
How to apply for health insurance
7/ Third-party liability insurance
- Third-party liability insurance is mandatory during both studies and internships. It covers any damage that you might cause to another person or to property. It does not cover damage to your person or property; therefore it is recommended that you take out an individual insurance policy to cover accidents or injury.
- To obtain third-party liability insurance, contact your parents’ insurer or any bank or insurance agency.
- The cost of a policy varies from €10 to €40 for the school year.
8/ Tuition fees
To validate your enrollment at ENSTA Bretagne, your administrative application must be complete and your tuition fees paid at the time of enrollment, at the latest by August 18.
New students who have not paid their fees will not receive a student card.
Your registration fee information can be found in your personal online space (Aurion).
You can pay:
- Via our secure online payment system
- For all other payment methods, please contact Laurent Gogé (contact details below).
ENSTA Bretagne bursaries are reserved for French nationals and nationals of a European Union Member State.
International students from non-EU countries who have been living in France for at least 2 years and can prove to have been members of a taxable household in France for at least 2 years may also be eligible for bursaries.
9/ Scientific refresher class to get your year off to the best start
We encourage all students about to begin the 2nd year of the engineering program to take a scientific refresher class before they arrive.
Available on Moodle, the scientific refresher class is also recommended to students doing the Electronic Systems and Software Design and Security Master or the Mobile Robotics Master.
- Scientific refresher class (available from mid-July)
10/ Important information & Contacts
On the General information for the new academic year page, you will find information about student residence, dining, access to the school, Student Union welcome activities, etc.
|The school will be closed from July 22 (evening) up to and including August 15, 2022.|
If you have any questions about:
- Admission or your studies: email your enquiries to email@example.com
- Your administrative record:
If you are enrolled on the engineering program: write to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are enrolled on a Master or Specialized Advanced Master: write to email@example.com
- Tuition fees: email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Accommodation and booking a place (Student Residence): write to email@example.com
Info and Booking online.
- Getting everything ready for the academic year and your arrival in Brest:
- Email the Students’ Union at firstname.lastname@example.org or reach them on Messenger via the Facebook page Admissibles (there will be students available all summer to reply)
- Write to the staff in charge of welcoming students at email@example.com