Founded in 1977, Telecom Bretagne (formerly ENST-Bretagne) is an engineering school with two programs awarding Master of engineering degrees:
a medium size full-time generalist engineering program (approx. 200 graduates per year),
a small size specialized apprenticeship program (approx. 40 graduates per year).
It trains future professionals for careers in industry, services and research. As a French highly selective “Grande Ecole” with approximately 170 full-time academics, these degrees comply with the European and national higher education accreditation systems (EUR-ACE and CTI; CTI - French Commission des Titres d’Ingénieurs - has been a full member of ENQA since 2005).
Telecom Bretagneis a public institution, under the aegis of the French Ministry for Industry and is a member of PRES Université européenne de Bretagne. It is ranked in the top 15 of the French engineering school arena (Grande Ecole).
Telecom Bretagne has also been a CDIO collaborator since 2008, and its two main programs are under systematic review, aligned with the main CDIO standards.
Telecom Bretagne is member of the group: Institut Mines-Telecom, details here.