Originally founded in 1741, the École du Génie Maritime merged with four other schools in 1970 to become ENSTA ParisTech which is today one of the top 10 institutes of higher education for engineering in France.
Its students are selected from among the brightest science students of each generation.
Situated in Paris, ENSTA ParisTech offers high-level training in science, excellent research facilities, an international network and numerous extra-curricular activities.
The engineering programme at ENSTA ParisTech combines high-level academic training, research projects and industrial internships and aims at developing the students' ability to innovate.
In the final year of the programme, student can choose from among 17 advanced specialization courses focused on industrial application :
- Transport : Automobile and railway transportation, Maritme transport systems, industrial engineering, vehicle of the future, Noise and vibroacoustics in transports, ICT & transports.
- Energy & Environment : Process engineering and sustainable development, Electronuclear energy, Offshore resources engineering, ocean/climate & environment, energy and environment management.
- Engineering mathematics & systems engineering : Optimization/operational research and command of systems, Financial mathematics, System modeling & simulation, robotic and embedded systems, Information systems, Systems engineering.
ENSTA ParisTech students also receive training in economics, management, humanities, communications and ethics, ensuring the well-rounded education of future industrial managers and decision-makers.
ENSTA ParisTech also offers engineering graduates the possibility to further their education with specialized training in a particular field :
- Post-Graduate Specialized Degree in maritime engineering, nuclear engineering, electrical vehicle engineering or architecture of information systems.
- Joint Masters programs with other ParisTech institutions
- Research oriented Masters
- Doctoral programs exist in Applied Mathematics, Fluid Mechanics, Solid Mechanics, Lasers, Electronics, Computer Science, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, and Energy.
Last Modification : Sunday 22 April 2012