About EME

The School

Established in 1992, the École des Métiers de l’Environnement, known in English as the School of Environmental Management and Engineering (EME Unilasalle), specializes in environmental engineering and sustainable development. EME Unilasalle is a non-profit association that trains students in the areas of environmental science, engineering and management. It prepares engineering students for a Masters degree in Ingénieurs en Génie Industriel de l’Environnement, which is recognized by the French government and by the CTI. It also offers a Bachelor Degree in Environmental Management. EME Unilasalle is recognized as a member of the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles.

EME Unilasalle has a research department named CYCLANN that works in conjunction with local and regional industries and research laboratories on environmental projects with a global perspective. Researchers at EME Unilasalle also teach courses allowing students access to the latest research.

Situated on the Campus of Ker Lann (www.campuskerlann.com), EME Unilasalle is at the center of a rich science and technology campus, and is only a few minutes from the city of Rennes. EME Unilasalle heavily integrates sustainable development into all its activities. Professors, staff, and students are invested in the school’s Agenda 21 policy, which sets the example of sustainable development and social responsibility.

Many events are organized at EME Unilasalle each year to spread awareness of sustainable development to the public, enterprises, etc.  EME Unilasalle research projects, conferences, workshops, and technical sessions are regularly presented in the school. Students at EME Unilasalle are constantly engaged in solving environmental issues through student associations such as Afrik’Action, Eco-Challenge, or InterSolidaires. EME Unilasalle students strive to meet the goals of Agenda 21 and are in charge of meaningful projects like the Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development project completed in June 2012, and COP TROTTERS in 2016.

International partnerships

17 countries / 59 partners

EME students can help develop a greener and more socially responsible economy by completing an internship with one of EME’s partner companies. Students also have the opportunity to do one or two academic semesters abroad with one of our 59 partner schools throughout Europe. Students can clearly understand environmental issues at the international level and better develop their language skills through programs abroad.


Direction and contact informations

To Rennes from Paris:

  • By TGV: about 90 minutes from Montparnasse Station
  • By Car: about 3 and a half hours
  • By Plane: 1h15min flight from Charles De Gaulle airport

To Ker Lann Campus from Rennes:

– By TER: 10 min from the SNCF station.
– By bus: 20 to 40 minutes with Line 57 or Ker Lann express leaving from the métro stop République in Rennes.
– By car: On the bypass of Rennes, head toward Saint-Nazaire/Redon/Saint-Jacques airport, then exit campus de Ker Lann/Parc des Expositions


Ecole des Métiers de l’Environnement
Campus de Ker Lann
Avenue Robert Schuman
35170 BRUZ
Tel : 00 33 (0)2 99 05 88 00
Fax : 00 33 (0)2 99 05 88 09