After ECAM Rennes

ECAM Rennes, diplômés


After graduation ECAM Rennes*


  • Average 1st job search time: within 2 months of graduation for more than 93% of our graduates.
  • Starting average salary before taxes: 36,000€ per year.
  • ECAM Rennes engineers work in the following fields: design, conception, innovation, production, engineering methods, quality and maintenance.
  • ECAM Rennes engineers generally find work in the following sectors: aeronautics, food processing, automotive, biomedical, civil engineering, energy, environment, IT and consultancy firms and telecommunications. 
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Engineer: more than just a job


In France, to be an engineer first means to practice a profession that requires a high level of technical expertise, directly or indirectly bound to producing goods or services for the community. An engineer designs new products, has a manufacturing responsibility or can be a project manager. They may define technologies and/or methods being used or simply defend them, if need be. That's how they differ from a technician who only implements in conformance with pre-defined guidelines.

To be an engineer has a second meaning: and that means having studied a varied curriculum that includes but is not limited to, scientific, technical, human relations and management studies.

We stress these two definitions since they sometimes don't overlap within companies:

  • the career of graduate engineers often leads them to managerial positions where technical aspects may disappear or, at least, be reduced...

Learn more about General characteristics of Engineering Education in France


Graduate engineer: a title controlled by law

Only a higher education university may only confer an engineering degree if it has been accredeted to do so by a special committee under the control of the Minister of Education : the Accreditation Board for Engineering Degrees (CTI), created by the law of July 10, 1934.

Learn more about CTI