Disrupt' Campus Nantes

What is Disrupt Campus?

  • An interdisciplinary programme for innovation and digital transformation in "start-up" mode, based on real business issues.
  • 5 months of training for students and company employees in open innovation and digital transformation project management.
The Disrupt'Campus Nantes programme is led by a consortium of three institutions (the University of Nantes, Centrale Nantes and the Ecole de Design Nantes Atlantique) and was awarded funding in the Disrupt'Campus national call for projects. The programme aims to propose a new mechanism for entrepreneurship and innovation to support the digital transition issues facing companies. This innovative approach brings together students and staff from companies, associations and local authorities.

Programme objectives

The objectives are to experiment with new models of digital innovation training based on 'learning by doing' and to prepare students and employees for the new digital economy. It is also about contributing to companies' digital transformation/transition.


The transdisciplinary teams will co-build creative responses, adapted to the strategic challenges of digital transformation. The programme consists of 60 teaching hours (half of which are hands-on workshops on team topics) and 150 project hours.

A course with multiple components:
  • Project management skills: agility, communication, etc.
  • Technical skills: lean startup, business model, design thinking, etc.
  • Managerial skills: reverse management, innovation, strategies etc.
Duration: 5 months

Download 2021/2022 syllabus



This project is funded within the Investements for the Future Programme.

EMC2 Accredited.
Published on March 22, 2018 Updated on February 18, 2022