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      • Two new courses at ENSTA Bretagne in the maritime field: naval defense system design and maritime project management.

      • Organised by CMM members

      • The Franco-Australian double master course "Maritime Engineering" (design of ships and submarines) and the specialized masters "Management of Maritime Projects" made their first return to ENSTA Bretagne on Monday 17 September. They meet the skills needs of companies in the maritime sector, in a highly international context.
      • Two new courses at ENSTA Bretagne in the maritime field: naval defense system design and maritime project management.
      • The return to the engineering school of Brest began at the end of August and continued Monday, September 17 for many students in masters and specialized masters. These diplomas with bac + 5 and bac + 6 cover a wide range of fields ranging from mechanical sciences to information technology, and even human sciences. The students come to acquire expertise in the disciplines that make the reputation of ENSTA Bretagne and which correspond to the needs of skills in high-tech companies: mobile robotics, cybersecurity, hydrography (category A), naval architecture, marine renewable energies , pyrotechnics or automotive engineering ...

        Two new courses complete the offer in the maritime field in September 2018. One for the design of naval defense systems, the other for managing large maritime projects. These two new formations are part of a context of globalization of naval industries, as Pascal Piriou, CEO of the PIRIOU group, emphasized during the inaugural conference.

        As a sponsor of the first promotion of the "Maritime Project Management" master's degree, Pascal Piriou shared his experience as a manager and manager of the Piriou shipyards, located around the globe: 1035 employees, of 15 nationalities, build and maintain ships of all types, civil and military. He outlined the strategy for the growth and internationalization of the family business, created 50 years ago in Concarneau (southern Finistère), where 57 jobs were created for international development. The leader stressed the importance of taking into account the human "the rest (technical, financial) follows (...) it is essential to understand the other: its customers, its employees ...". This fascinating presentation on the globalization of naval activities was attended by the training partners (representing the Brittany Atlantic Maritime Pole, Brittany Naval Pole, Brest Metropolis, the World Sea Campus and Sciences Po Rennes), by the teaching teams, the management of the school, the students of the Master's degree in Marine Project Management at ENSTA Bretagne and the students of the Master's degree Earth and Sea of ​​Sciences Po Rennes.

      • Published on 20/09/2018
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