Presentation of St Jo Sup
St Jo Sup is the post-secondary education department at Saint-Joseph secondary school. Located in downtown Le Havre, St Jo Sup is housed in one of the city’s largest office complexes, the Centre de Commerce International.
In our small school, every student finds his or her place in a bustling, study-oriented setting.
St Jo Sup offers four programmes of study:
- a preparatory class in economics and commerce with a major in economics
- a preparatory class for the national maritime academy (ENSM)
- the undergraduate (two-year) diploma in IS for organisations
- the undergraduate (two-year) diploma in communication
Students apply online at www.admission-postbac.fr between 20 January and 20 March every year, in general.
Please contact us for further information:
St Jo Sup
182 quai George V
76600 Le Havre
Tel: 02 35 22 51 52
Preparatory class for the ENSM national maritime academy
This mixed-gender class prepares students for the entrance examination to the marine programme
for first class officers at France’s national maritime academy, ENSM
France has two marine academies: one in Le Havre and one in Marseille.
Preparatory class in economics and commerce
St Jo Sup delivers a two-year preparatory class in economics and commerce, major in economics
, for candidates preparing the entrance examination to various French elite business schools (grandes écoles
). First year is devoted to reinforcing prior concepts
and learning new ones
to master methods and techniques. Second year features a variety of practica for you to apply your skills
and sit your chosen school’s entrance examination with confidence
Undergraduate diploma in IT for organisations (BTS SIO)
Today’s businesses and administrations need information to be readily available, reliable, secure, and quickly accessible. Computer services meet these performance requirements.
Graduates of the BTS SIO programme are able to analyse customer requests, make proposals, and develop computer solutions.
The solutions always involve two closely-linked aspects: software and hardware.
Accordingly, there are two different majors for the BTS SIO: software, solutions and business applications (Fr. SLAM) and infrastructure, system and network solutions (Fr. SISR). Both majors involve a similar core set of courses. Students choose their major at the beginning of the second semester.
Undergraduate diploma (BTS) in communication
Graduates of this BTS in communication
programme know how to design and implement communication initiatives
, such as advertising, events organising
, and relationship building
as part of marketing, institutional, social media or public campaigns
The BTS prepares students to help create types and content of internal and external communication, following the strategy put in place by management. They learn to guarantee quality and consistency.
The BTS teaches non-specialist communication techniques. Graduates are able to adapt to a wide variety of work situations and act within rapidly changing professional and socio-economic settings.