The Enjmin, a school of the National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts (Cnam), is the only French public school dedicated to video games and interactive media.
Created in 2005, the Cnam-Enjmin is placed under the supervision of the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation. Located in Angoulême, our higher education institution is one of 12 internationally renowned schools belonging to the Pôle Image Magelis “Campus” – the economic development pole in the Charente Region whose sectors of activity are comics, animation, video games and filming. This rich local cultural ecosystem contributes to the creative process of our students. As a result, their productions have won a number of renowned national and international awards.
The most famous French and foreign editors as well as “indie” studios compose the jury panel of each Work-in-Progress examination (e.g. Ubisoft, Asobo, Gameloft, Amplitude Studios, etc.). In addition, our links with the video game industry are strengthened through the implementation of master classes or workshops and the creation of joint teaching modules. We also collaborate with a number of laboratories – Cédric, CeRCA, XLIM, Dicen-IdF, etc. – and other prestigious schools (e.g. École Polytechnique, EESI, EMCA). Finally, our pedagogical team is composed of experienced industrialists and teacher-researchers with both a foot in higher education and the video game industry.
The Enjmin Bundle is an initiative from the students of the school.
This page is meant to be a display of the projects done during the master’s degree, ranging from the earlier class to nowadays. It is an opportunity to store them somewhere and share them with others.