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Ecole nationale superieure de chimie de Rennes


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At the beginning of the 2014/15 university year, the ENSCR had its accreditation to issue engineering degrees CTIrenewed by the CTI, the Engineering Awards Committee, for the maximum period of six years. The ENSCR engineering diploma is accredited as EUR-ACE.
As part of its quality policy, the ENSCR and the school management have defined a number of values to try to bring out ensure-iso9001the notion of "the establishment's philosophy."
The ENSCR hopes this will reinforce the sentiment of internal cohesion and help all the School's staff and students to fully adopt these values and promote them in the outside world.
The School of Chemistry in Rennes was founded in 1919 at the initiative of the Chamber of Commerce as part of the Polytechnic of Brittany, later the Polytechnic of the West. The first intake of engineers graduated in 1921 and went into metallurgy and mining as well as the food industry. The creation of the Rennes Institute of Chemistry resulted from a collaborative effort with the Faculty of Sciences, which was to become the ICUR (Institute of Chemistry of the University of Rennes).
In 1959, the ICUR obtained authority to issue engineering degrees and rose to the status of a national higher engineering college (ENSI). In 1967, the ENSCR moved onto the Rennes Beaulieu campus in premises shared with the Department of Chemistry of the IUT of Rennes, which prevented it from controlling its development, and educational independence.
As society has changed, chemistry has diversified into a range of increasingly specialized disciplines in which engineers at the ENSCR are trained. Their skills and adaptability fit them for careers in all industrial sectors in France and around the world. The versatility typical of engineers from the ENSCR guarantees them attractive careers and new prospects in management, marketing, or administration.
Chemical engineers develop chemicals, principles, and products that can lead, for example, to the production of pharmaceuticals or cosmetics. They also play a part in developing manufacturing techniques, creating products, quality control, and marketing.
Whether they are looking for short or academic exchange courses lasting one term or a complete degree course, international students will find that the ENSCR offers perfect conditions for reaching their goals.
The School welcomes international students at all levels and for a wide range of situations and programs (visiting students, exchange visits, integrated programs, bi-national programs, Erasmus+, placements in laboratories, etc.). There are students of twenty or so nationalities from all over the world currently studying at the ENSCR.
The ENSCR offers them a range of opportunities to broaden their experience and find other ways of thinking, learning, and working in Europe or the rest of the world.
Gaining experience abroad is strongly recommended to all students in the engineering course. Students who enter the ENSCR are aware that experience gained abroad adds tremendous value to their training.
The ECTS system (European Credit Transfer System) is to create transparency within France and Europe for the weighting given to course modules or placements. All students who have moved to one of our European partners will receive several credits to correspond with the period of study or placement that they have undergone, which will be credited in their courses at the ENSCR.
This is an inter-governmental program that allows students to spend 1 or 2 terms within a network of partner universities in Argentina. This network includes the following establishments: the Universidad Nacional del Litoral, the Universidad Nacional del Nordeste, and the Universidad Nacional del Centro de Buenos Aires, each specializing in water and the environment. All students who take these courses receive a grant.
Acquisitions are made to the collections to reflect ENSCR users' needs for information along with existing resources in the libraries of the documentary system.
To ensure user demand matches available resources, the Documentation Centre encourages input from academics, students, and research fellows who have a significant influence on the Centre and its acquisitions.

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