Cursus Ingénieur Maritime – EGN



  • General English (common module) Preparation to the CECR approved test of a level B2.
  • Professional English (common module)
    Theory and practicals of specific English to the Ecoship manager programme.
  • Management of high-risk systems (common module)
    SRM (System Resource Management) : course for human resources management in order to enhance safety.
    Risks analysis and management of the human element in a crisis situation.
    Maritime security : Analysis and management of threats to the security of ships and offshore installations.
  • Quality-Hygiene-Safety-Environment (common module)
    Management of persons safety, accidents prevention and occupational risks.
  • Entrepreunariat (common module)
    Analysis of the economic environment/techniques to set up, take over and develop a company.
    Management methods and accountancy.
  • Legal framework activities at sea (common module)
    International laws applied to workers, activities and installations in a marine environment.
  • Environmental impact (common module)
    Understanding the marine ecosystems. Analysis of the human and industrial activities at sea.
  • Regulations option vessel
    Understanding conventions, regulations, standards related to the sustainable operation of the ocean-going vessel.


  • Automatic 1 (common module)
    Understanding and analysing automated systems : regulation chains and networks.
  • Automatic 2 (common module)
    Understanding linearised systems : programming embedded systems, mastering controlling systems.
    Managing signals velocity and consumption in digital systems.
    Mecatronics : learning about mecatronic technologie.
  • Electric energy (common module)
    Studying and managing harmonics in an electrical network.
    Analysis and control of high power electrical machines.
  • Ecoship management
    Analysis of the commercial documentation related to ship operations.
    Economic and energy diagnosis method for ship operations.
    Managing the constraints of technical and commercial operations. Optimisation of voyage.
  • Study and research work (common module)
    Methodology for literature search/writing of a professional dissertation related to research work.
  • Treatment of solid and liquid waste
    Analysis of the physics and chemistry of the ship’s waste treatments.
    Analysis of the treatment processes for the ship’s solid and liquid waste.
    Analysis and control of industrial waste.
    Studying the impact of these treatments on health and environment.


  • Construction – dismantling 2 (common module)
    Eco-design : Studying the regulations related to the construction and dismantling of ships and offshore systems.
    Reducing the environmental impact of the construction and dismantling processes.
    Materials : Studying the properties and the protection of the materials used in the marine environment.
    Dismantling : preparation and site supervision.
    Analysis of the processes for dismantling, materials management and their impacts on health and environment.
  • Optimisation of electrical energy
    Studying the distribution of electrical energy, high voltage included, onboard ships.
    Studying the rotating machines in operation onboard ships.
    Studying the other electrical energy sources and their storage.
    Optimisation of the energy production and the operation of the electrical machines onboard ships.
  • Thermal energy and sustainable development
    Studying the new fuels and the new technologies in the field of thermal machines.
  • Thermal machines (common module)
    Carrying out the energy balance of a thermal machine in order to optimise its operation.
    Defining the optimal maintenance strategy and ensuring the follow up.
  • Eco operation (practicals)
    Implementation of the training’s acquired skill on simulator.
  • Fluids dynamics
    Studying hydrodynamics and plateform motions. Studying the different optimisation processes of the hull, propulsion, steering and ship stability.
    Studying aerodynamism applied to the ship and wind assistance.


  • End of studies project