A vessel is a combination of small factories and companies which have to be managed with a wide autonomy and with important responsibilities towards the vessel, the crew’s safety and the cargo on board.
The training courses provided by the ENSM have to comply with maritime safety and security, commercial issues and sustainable development.
All of these stakes require a high level of quality training. The training courses are followed up by on board time, mainly under French flag which is globally recognised as being one of the safest worldwide. It ranks sixth on the white list of the Memorandum de Paris
The development of research in the maritime safety and security sectors as well as the human factors and energy efficiency ones, are part of the school’s priorities.
The diplomas delivered by the ENSM allow to navigate on all seas, under all flags and on all types of merchant marine ships: carrier, oceanographic and seismic research, laying and maintenance of underwater cables, underwater engineering, drilling, Offshore professions, maintenance of Offshore wind farms and hydrokinetics installations, pilotage, towing, high seas assistance…
En 2018, l’ENSM prépare 1 200 élèves à une vingtaine de diplômes.
Écouter le magazine de France-Inter consacré à la sécurité en mer.
Lire l’article “Au cœur de l’ENSM, l’école de l’écume“, par L’Étudiant
Télécharger la brochure de l’ONISEP sur les métiers de la Marine marchande
ENSM supports the International Association for Safety and Survival Training (IASST). It is registered by the French Sailing Federation for its preparation to high seas racing and by the Nautical Institute for its dynamic positioning trainings.
Les marins doivent satisfaire à des conditions d’aptitude physique, définies sur le plan international.
Consulter l’arrêté du 30 janvier 2015 modifiant l’arrêté du 16 avril 1986 relatif aux conditions d’aptitude physique à la profession de marin, à bord des navires de commerce, de pêche et de plaisance.
Beyond the maritime and paramaritime sectors, the ENSM trains specialists in the safety and security, business risk and human factors sectors.