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  1. TELECOM Bretagne A graduate Engineering School and a Research Centre in the field of science and information technologies

  2. Member of a leading institution : Institut TELECOM • The main French institution for research in the field of information technology • 600 research-lecturers • 800 PhD students and post doctoral fellows • 1 570 scientific publications /year • The largest French centre for training engineers in information technology • 5 000 students • 250 innovative start-ups in the IT area since 2000 • 5 incubator units

  3. 3 schools of engineering 1 business school 4 associated schools : EURECOM and Telecom Lille 1, TELECOM Saint Étienne and ENSPS

  4. TELECOM Bretagne resources 354 staff on 4 sites Budget of 38 M€ 70 % State grant Director André Chomette

  5. Allocation of permanent staff (293) by category

  6. TELECOM Bretagne : one college, 4 campuses • Brest : 71% of students • 8 academic departments • 3 specialization streams (regular engineering programme 3rd year) • 1 Sandwich course engineering programme (specialized in computer sciences, networks and telecommunications) • 4 Post Master Professional Certificates • 2 MSc • 1 Master of Science by Research • PhD • Continuing education • Rennes : 13% of students • 2 academic departments • 2 specialization streams (regular engineering programme 3rd year) • 4 Post Master Professional Certificates • 2MSc • PhD • Continuing education • Toulouse : 1% of students • Specialization in Space communication (engineering programme 3rd year and mastère) • Second Life • Telecom Bretagne Island The remaining 15% are located on other sites in France or abroad.

  7. Allocation of the 1160 students per site

  8. 5 types of degree course 1160 students • Master of engineering • 210 3rd year students • Engineers specialized in computer sciences, networks and telecommunications • via sandwich course, 40 3rd year students • Post Master Professional Certificate • 141 students • MSc • 60 students • PhD • 200 students

  9. Allocation of the 1160 students by degree

  10. Student services • Modern halls of residence • Catering services • Sports complex • International office for foreign students • Placement and careers advisory service • Two incubator units (Brest and Rennes) • Alumni association (AITB)

  11. Master of Engineering • Organisation into semesters • To facilitate international exchanges • Choice of courses • Through Majors/Minors • Active Teaching Methods • 5 projects during the curriculum • Strong ties with companies • Throughout the curriculum • International culture • 2 languages + 3 months abroad (minimum) • Management and social sciences • 25% of the courses

  12. The third year • Courses chosen from one or more of the 4 specialization streams • Engineering and System Integration (Brest and Toulouse) • Software systems and Networks (Rennes and Brest) • Services and Business Engineering (Rennes and Brest) • Information Processing Systems (Brest)

  13. Engineer specialized in computer sciences, networks and telecommunications • Sandwich courses • In partnership with ITII Bretagne • Curriculum compatible with industry requirements • 2 months in first year • 3 months in second year • 6 months in third year • A high demand from students • DUT or BTS (2 years after the French High School Leaving Examination) • And a high demand from industry

  14. Post Master Professional Certificates • In Brest • Networked Computer Design and Deployment • Computing applied to Banking and Actuarial Decisions (in partnership with Grenoble School of Business) • Digital Communications Systems • Web technologies • In Rennes • European Business Engineering • Mobile Networks and Services • Information System Security (in partnership with Supélec) • In Toulouse • Space Communications (in partnership with Supaéro, ENSEEIHT and TELECOM SudParis

  15. 4 MSc (dedicated to foreign students) • Telecommunications and Electrical Engineering • Computer Science and Mathematics • Design and Engineering of Convergent Communication Networks • Biomedical Information Engineering

  16. Teaching staff • 149 TELECOM Bretagne research-lecturers • 439 external staff • 79%:invited speakers from industry • 15%:part time language lecturers • 6%:part time sports instructors

  17. The 9 research-teaching departments • Electronics • Optics • Microwaves (Brest and Toulouse) • Signal and Communications • Computer Science • Networks, Security and Multimedia( Rennes) • Image and Information Processing • Logics in Uses, Social Sciences and Information Science (Brest and Rennes) • Languages

  18. An institute with a strong international dimension • Some features • 49% foreign students; 53 countries • n+i « Télécom » programme • More than 70 academic partners abroad (2/3 Socrates/Erasmus) • Language classes • Master of Engineering programme • Trainee Engineer industrial placements abroad, semester or complete year abroad • 11% of the students spend their last year abroad • 20 double diploma programmes • Placements abroad • Agreements with foreign universities to encourage complementary studies • 16% of ex-alumni working abroad

  19. 487 Foreign Students at TELECOM Bretagne* in 2008-2009 • 264 Master of Engineering students including : • 14 ERASMUS • 58 double diploma • 36 PostMaster Professional Certificate students • 59 MSc • 128 PhD students * On French campuses Nationalities > 5 élèves

  20. 142 TELECOM Bretagne students abroad in 2007-2008 • 46 exchange semesters (4 to 6 months) • 24 third-year project (4 to 6 months) • 19 in third year (9 to 12 months) • 36 summer jobs (2 months) • 4 double diploma (18 to 24 months) • 13 Trainee Engineer industrial placements (12 months)

  21. 106 students on 4 off-shore campuses • Vietnam • Master of Engineering PFIEV: 18 students • Morocco • Post Master Professional Certificate: 44 students • Web technologies: Systems, Services and Security • Mexico • Post Master Professional Certificate:16 students • Networks and Information Systems for Industry • Syria • Post Master Professional Certificate:28 students • Advanced Engineering in Telecommunications

  22. Industrial Participation in College • Teaching • Sandwich course engineering programme • Trainee Engineer Industrial Placements • Regular Engineering programme • Industrial projects, class patron, • Continuing Education • Assistance • Incubator Units (Brest and Rennes) • Annual Career Fair • Student Placements

  23. Industrial participation in College • Research contracts • 7 M€ • PRACOM • A structure for developing targeted projects in collaboration with industry (15 members in 2008) • Clusters of Expertise • Images and Networks • Sea • High-tech Vehicules • Valorial : the food of tomorrow • Carnot label • Fondation TELECOM FondersFrance Télécom Partners TeamCast - DCNS   Associates ANRT Maroc - Autocruise TRW - Cabasse - CS - Comsis - INEO Suez - Sacet - Scarmor - Schlumberger - TurboConcept - Mitsubishi ITCE- Wolt

  24. The Fondation TELECOM • Programs structured around four main themes • Training, research, innovation and foresight • Funding International Scholarship • to recruit the best students abroad • Chairs teaching-research • Equipment projects • For research and teaching Some programmes: First, for students with high potential Futur et Ruptures for prospective Innovation, for entrepreneurship and Technology Watch

  25. Research centre of the highest level • 350 researchers (full time professors, on contract researchers and PhD students) • 4 Research laboratories • FOTON (CNRS) for optical communications • LATIM(INSERM) for medical information processing • LABSTICC(CNRS)  for communications systems development and information processing • MARSOUIN for internet applications • Marconi Prize 2005 (turbocodes) • SPIE Award 2006 (optics) • Inserm Prize 2006 (Medical Imagery) • One representative at the French Académie des sciences

  26. L’Université européenne de Bretagne • A PRES (Pôle de Recherche et de l’Enseignement Supérieur) created in March 2007 as one of the ‘first wave’ of such special interest areas officially designated by the government • An EPCS (-‘Établissment Public de Coopération Scientifique’ Public Scientific Cooperation Institution) which links together all those working in Brittany’s 21 research establishments • A regional area with an international mission • More than 70,000 students, of whom 2,700 are studying for a doctorate • 13,000 research and development-related jobs, such as researchers and engineers, in Brittany • 4.5% of French civil research workforce

  27. Research Programmes covering all aspects of information technology Broadband infrastructure networks  Mobile communication networks Communicating multimedia Internet and web Information society

  28. Actions in favour of a sustainable development We are committed to: • Reducing our ecological footprint • Controlling our expenditure • Familiarizing our students with issues surrounding sustainable development • Making our premises accessible to people with disabilities • Promoting equality of opportunity for staff and students