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Master (ISCED 2011 level 7)


Duration 2 semesters
Entry level Bachelor
Cost 2 150 €/year EU, 8 000 €/year non-EU

This is a 4-semester program comprising 3 academic semesters and one semester-long industrial or academic internship.

It covers all aspects of ship design: structural calculations, propulsion, hydrodynamics, stability, maneuverability, ergonomics…

The students are also made aware of the issues surrounding the ship of the future: safer, cleaner, more sustainable, economical and intelligent.



This program is or can be taught in English. All students may take their exams in English

Structural components
Practical/Field work

Application procedure

Application on line begins 15 December and ends 15 April.

Application Procedures

  • From 15 December: registration and applications
  • 15 April: deadline for application submission (application fee: 30 euros)
  • June: admission results

Learning outcomes

Graduates of the Advanced Master are suited to major positions in naval architecture, project management, study, research, business engineering and shipyard supervision.

They use their skills in major groups, SMEs, naval architectural offices or research centers.


Degree Requirements
Holding a degree, either a Master’s degree or the equivalent of a 5-year university/engineering school degree or APEL (Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning).

Language requirements
To apply to ENSTA Bretagne, students must provide proof of French language proficiency (minimum A2) with an official certification (TCF, DELF, DALF, TFI) and an English language certification (A2 level minimum).

ISCED Categories

Marine and maritime law
Environmental protection technology
Offshore and renewable energy
Machinery and operators
Naval engineering
Oil, gas and mineral resources
Near- and offshore constructions