ENSTA PARISTECH - ÉCOLE NATIONALE SUPÉRIEURE DE TECHNIQUES AVANCÉES AT PARIS, FRANCE
ENSTA PARISTECH - ÉCOLE NATIONALE SUPÉRIEURE DE TECHNIQUES AVANCÉES AT PARIS, FRANCE - 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote
WORLDCLASS OFFSHORE, NAVAL ARCHITECTURE AND MARITIME ENGINEERING EDUCATION IN FRANCE
Founded in 1970, ENSTA who is also a founding member of ParisTech (hence ENSTA ParisTech), is one of the most prestigious and selective French engineering institutes called grande école. ParisTech (Paris Institute of Technology) is a federation of higher education engineering and business schools around Paris.
ENSTA ParisTech offers its students a broad education in engineering with the aim of enabling them to design, carry out and manage complex technical projects, while meeting economic constraints with international focus. The School provides high quality scientific and technological training, and keeps pace with changes in the cutting edge technologies in various fields.
ENSTA was created in 1970 through the merger of the École Nationale Supérieure du Génie Maritime and École Polytechnique, including a hydrographic engineering college. With 480 students and 100 foreign students (25% with30 nationalities), ENSTA ParisTech has more than 70 agreements with universities from 27 different countries including 18 double-degrees agreements in Europe, the Americas and Asia.
Core Programs - Diplôme d'Ingénieur (French)
Diplôme d'Ingénieur 1st year is equivalent to the senior year of Bachelor of Science (BSc), the 2nd year is equivalent to 1st year of Master of Science (MSc) and the 3rd - final - year at ENSTA ParisTech is equivalent to 2nd year of MSc.
Diplôme d'Ingénieur (First Year): The 1st year, which is equivalent to senior undergraduate year, is characterized by a strong core curriculum in science, which is the base of engineering such as solids and fluids mechanics, electronics, computer science, applied mathematics, chemistry, etc.
Diplôme d'Ingénieur (Second Year): The 2nd year, which is equivalent to the 1st year of the Master’s part of the curriculum, starts with two and a half months of core science courses offered to students who have not spent their last undergraduate year at ENSTA to master the working. Students progressively specialize by taking a major according to their centers of interest and professional projects.
Diplôme d'Ingénieur (Third Year): The 3rd and final year which is equivalent to the 2nd year of the Master’s part of the curriculum, is dedicated to advanced specialization courses focused on industrial applications. Students have also the possibility to follow the final year of the MSc. program of a partner university in Paris (Research-oriented MSc or Professional-oriented MSc) in parallel of their final year at the school.
The Diplôme d’Ingénieur curriculum ends with a final project which takes place during the entire second semester. It usually takes the form of a corporate internship as a junior engineer in a company, in France or abroad. It may also take the form of an advanced laboratory project in a research institute.
International Masters Programs (French & English)
Maritime Engineering (1 year): The ENSTA ParisTech international Masters offers operational knowledge of naval and offshore construction and offshore resources engineering. Defined in close collaboration with players in the French maritime industry, the one-year international Masters offers operational knowledge of naval and offshore construction and offshore resources engineering. The program includes maritime transport systems and offshore resources engineering (taught in English).
Advanced Masters Programs
Advanced Master in Maritime Engineering -Transport, Energy, Sustainable Development (13 months): The Advanced Master offers high-level engineers and university graduates the additional training that is essential to a career in companies involved in the maritime industry, whether in R&D, design offices, operations, sales, and so on.