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|IRESTE, ISITEM & ESA IGELEC|
|Director||René Le Gall|
Rue Christian Pauc
44306 NANTES CEDEX 3
|Campus||multiple campuses : Nantes, Saint-Nazaire and La Roche-sur-Yon|
|Affiliations||University of Nantes, Polytech group, Conférence des Grandes Ecoles|
École polytechnique de l'Université de Nantes (also known as Polytech Nantes) is a French Grande École which provides curricula and run research programmes in a variety of scientific and technological fields:
Polytech Nantes offers scientific and multidisciplinary training courses which correspond to high-level international Master’s degrees (Master of Science, Master of engineering with Honors). Scientific, technical, professional, linguistic, social and human elements are critical aspects of the course and the hallmarks of a French engineer. French speaking students may attend any semester’s programmes in French.
Deadlines for applications : • Autumn semester (september to january) or for the entire year. Deadlines for applications: april 30th • Spring semester (january to may). Deadlines for applications: november 15th
Five engineering specialities currently offer engineering semesters in English: • Computer Science (Spring and Autumn – M1 and M2 level) • Electronic and Digital Technologies (Autumn semester only - M2 level) • Electrical Engineering (Autumn semester only - M2 level) • Process and Bioprocess Engineering (Autumn semester only - M2 level) • Thermal and Energy Sciences (Autumn semester only - M2 level)
The school has agreements with more than 50 foreign universities and companies, as well as European universities through Erasmus+ exchange programs. It allows Polytech Nantes to receive and send students wishing to gain experience of working abroad. Incoming students receive a warm welcome when they arrive at Polytech Nantes. Its international partnerships have allowed Polytech Nantes to develop a complete range of programs taught in English, thanks to the quality of its research and teaching staff.
International master's degrees :
It is located on three distinct campuses:
The school was created in January 2000 through the merging of three existing engineering schools: ESA-IGELEC, IRESTE, and ISITEM.
Polytech Nantes is a department of the University of Nantes and a member of the Polytech group which is a network of 14 graduate engineering schools within France's leading science universities located in Marseille, Nantes, Montpellier, Nice, Annecy-Chambéry, Grenoble, Paris Upmc, Paris sud, Clermont-Ferrand, Orléans, Tours, Lyon, Lille and Nancy.