At ENSTA Bretagne we recognise the importance of developing ties with industry. Many of the schools departments are currently working on projects with companies from industry.
Another link with industry is the tradition of having a leading executive from industry nominated as mentor for each ENSTA Bretagne graduation class.
ENSTA Bretagne has broadened its international bilateral agreements to allow its students to study abroad as part of their education. This can be for a period of either 6 months or a year. At present ENSTA Bretagne has 84 agreements signed in 29 countries.
The school is also a member of different higher education groups:
Graduation class mentors
2016 : Yann Vincent, PSA Peugeot Citroën Group
2015 : Ronan Stéphan, Alstom
2014 : Jean Cahuzac, Subsea7
2013 : Jean-Georges Malcor, CGG
2012 - Jean-Paul Herteman - Safran (Graduation class Louis Blériot)
2011 - Hervé Guillou - EADS Defence & Security (Graduation class Galilée)
2010 - Bernard Charlès - Dassault Systemes (Graduation class Léonard de Vinci)
2009 - Pascale Sourisse - Thales Alenia Space (Graduation class Ariane)
2008 - Patrick Boissier - Chantiers de l'Atlantique (Graduation class John Scott Russel)
2007 - Marwan Lahoud - MBDA (Graduation class Alfred Nobel)
2006 - Thierry Morin - Valeo (Graduation class Beau de Rochas)
2005 - Claude Darmon - Cegelec (Graduation class Eole)
2004 - Jean-Marie Poimbeuf- DCN (Graduation class Jacques-Noël Sané)
2003 - Jean-Claude Asscher - Tekelec (Graduation class Léon Foucault)
2002 - Denis Ranque - Thales (Graduation class Guglielmo Marconi)
2001 - François Roussely - EDF (Graduation class Thomas Edison)