A SCHOOL WHICH IS OPEN TO THE OUTSIDE THROUGH NUMEROUS PARTNERSHIPS
Further education establishments:
University of Rennes 1 and Rennes 2 in the context of research and a master’s in “Maîtrise d’Ouvrage Urbaine et Immobilière“ (“Urban and real-estate project ownership”)
INSA (National Engineering School) and IUT (University Institute of Technology) in Rennes in the context of construction training
The environmental careers college in Bruz (35)
Foreign architectural teaching establishments as part of Erasmus (Bulgaria, Germany, England, Spain, Italy, Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Sweden) or through exchange agreements (Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Argentina, China).
Public project owners and institutional bodies:
City of Rennes: town-planning placements and projects in partnership with the technical services (end-of-course projects, specific tasks)
Rennes Métropole: visits to the college by councilors and managers, access to the town-planning information center, site visits, coordination of conference programs, exchange of exhibitions
Brittany region: seminars, open days, diverse services
The department of Ille-et-Vilaine: awareness of architecture, architectural and land-planning studies
Other local authorities: introducing 4th and 5th year students to those working in the fields of landscape and heritage
Brittany Local Department for Cultural Affairs: exhibitions and events concerning architectural and land-planning quality
- Regional order of architects and unions: placements, architectural careers monitoring department
- CAPEB (Confederation of small businesses and crafts in construction) of the Ille-et-Vilaine department: student placements in small construction companies specializing in heritage restoration.
Cultural organizations such as the National Theatre of Brittany and the Galerie Art & Essai: stagecraft, set design, etc
ENSA Brittany is a member of the "Conférence des Grandes Ecoles" and "Brittany’s Maison de l’Architecture et des Espaces". A formal partnership exists with the "Association des Petits Débrouillards", in relation to architectural mediation.