On average, the ENSCR admits 82 students into the first year of the engineering course. There are various ways of obtaining admission.

Admission by competitive exam: concours CCPINP

Common polytechnic entrance exam: PC-Chemistry (40 places) accessible to lycée students in a science class preparing for a major college. For information, contact the service des concours communs polytechniques or phone 05 62 47 33 43.

Admission on qualifications: L3, DUT, Master

Admission to the first year:

– Admission on qualifications for students with a Science and Technology degree (L3) specialising in chemistry or physics and chemistry (4 places).

– Admission on DUT qualification (10 places) for the students holding a DUT (chemistry, physical measurement, chemical engineering).

Send a completed application to the Office for student affairs by Thursday 18 May 2023

Admission to the second year:

– Admission on qualifications for students who have completed the first year of a master’s degree (chemistry, chemistry and physics or physical sciences), (2 places).

Foreign students who have successfully completed the first year of a master’s in chemistry, physics or physical sciences and wish to make an application must supply a detailed programme of their training and details of their academic career since their baccalaureate (school-leaving exam).

Send a completed application to the Office for student affairs by Thursday 18 May 2023

Admission via FGL and ATS preparatory classes

 – Admission via the Preparatory classes of the FGL (27 places): for students from the classes CPI and Chem.I.St. of the ENSCR, the ENSCL, the ENSGTI, the ECPM or Sigma Clermont.

– Admission via the ATS classes (Adaptation for Senior Technicians) from the Lycée L’Escaut in Valenciennes, Lycée La Martinière-Diderot in Lyon or Lycée P. G. de Gennes – ENCPB in Paris (2 places).

Admission of foreign students

ENSCR, Service Études et Mobilité Internationale, 11 allée de Beaulieu, CS 50837, 35708 Rennes cedex 7, France tel.+33 02 23 23 81 07 ou 80 admissions@ensc-rennes.fr

Registration to the ENSCR takes place after the start of term, by individual invitation. It is confirmed by the payment of university fees of about 601 € a year.
Students of foreign nationality must subscribe to French student social security unless they hold a CEAM (European Health Insurance Card).

Higher education grants

These are available to students of French nationality and, under certain conditions, to students from the European Union. To benefit from a higher education grant you should submit a Dossier Social Etudiant on the website of the student welfare office (CROUS) of your education authority between 15 January and 30 April for the following university year. Receipt of a grant gives you exemption from registration fees, except for the medical examination fee (5.10 €).