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Organisation

The ENSA Nantes (Mauritius) community is made up of students, teachers, administrative and technical staff.

Administration

ENSA Nantes (Mauritius) is managed by the Board of Directors comprising of members of ENSA Nantes and ENSA Nantes (Mauritius). The affairs of the institution, administration of the curriculum developed and validated by the ENSA Nantes boards and commissions and the recruitment of students are managed by the Managing Director of ENSA Nantes (Mauritius). Any member of the ENSA Nantes (Mauritius) community is subject to the internal regulations.

ENSA Nantes (Mauritius) is managed by the Board of Directors comprising of members of ENSA Nantes and ENSA Nantes (Mauritius). The affairs of the institution, administration of the curriculum developed and validated by the ENSA Nantes boards and commissions and the recruitment of students are managed by the Managing Director of ENSA Nantes (Mauritius). Any member of the ENSA Nantes (Mauritius) community is subject to the internal regulations.

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Boards and commissions

This board is responsible for the management, administration and control of the subsidiary’s assets and affairs. Board meetings are held every six months and a copy of the minutes is available at the administrative office for consultation.

The aim of this commission is to organise the teachings throughout the curriculum and to monitor the development of scientific and pedagogical content in close collaboration with semester coordinators. The members of this commission work closely with the Educational and Scientific Council (Conseil Pedagogique et Scientifique) in Nantes, which validates all the trainings delivered at the two schools.

This commission is responsible for the evaluation o applications received and interviews organised for admission to ENSA Nantes (Mauritius). The commission meets at the end of each month from February to August each year.

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The commission’s mission is to evaluate each student’s educational achievements and to study individual enrolments. The commission meets at the end of each semester and the dates of these commissions are set at the beginning of the academic year.

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This commission may be referred to pronounce measures to be taken in cases of plagiarism or bad behavior.  To report a case please contact the management of ENSA Nantes (Mauritius).

Students who decide to shift from ENSA Nantes (Mauritius) and join ENSA Nantes will have to apply to ENSA Nantes in order to proceed either through a transfer or admission procedure by equivalence. More information is available on the l’ENSA Nantes website.