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Welcome to the University of Rennes 1!

The University of Rennes 1 is one of the two universities in the city of Rennes, France. It is a multidisciplinary institution consisting of three main scientific areas:

  • Science, Technology, Engineering and Health;
  • Law, Politics, Economics, Management and Administration Science;
  • Human Sciences (Philosophy and Communication).

Please note that the English version of our website is not a complete and unabridged translation of Rennes 1's French website. For further information, please refer to the original website.

News

Honorary degrees of University of Rennes 1 awarded to 3 famous international researchers

Friday the 3rd of April, the physicist Alexander Nosich, he cardiologist Cecilia Linde, and the chemist Jhillu Singh Yadav will receive the emblems of Docteur Honoris Causa of the University of Rennes 1, during the doctors's graduation ceremony.

Guidebook of Degrees International Masters

In this guidebook, you will find information about several Master’s degree programs developed by our university which are taught in English. They target non-French speaking international students.

> Guidebook of Degrees International Masters

The 2014 recruitment campaign for the EIT ICT Labs European Master in ICT and Innovation is opened

The University of Rennes 1 (Istic) proudly participates in the EIT ICT Labs Master School with more than 10 of the top European universities in ICT.
University Rennes 1 offers the EIT ICT Labs master program on Distributed Systems and Services, preparing students for international carriers in the digital economy at the cross-road of distributed systems, telecommunications, cloud computing, social networks, internet of things, etc.

Green Polyurethane

Renewable resource

 

 

The Thermodynamics of the Elusive HO3 Radical

A publication in Science by the Laboratory Astrochemistry team of the Rennes Institute of Physics

 

 

Diagnosing liver fibrosis: a new scoring method based on nonlinear microscopy

Researchers and doctors have collaborated on the development of a robust diagnosing system using second harmonic generation (SHG) imaging.