These prestigious schools contribute to spreading the Cnam’s influence among companies and students.
Nearly 1,000 engineering students graduate from the CNAM Engineering School (EICNAM) every year. Since the first national engineering diploma was created in 1924, 30,000 engineers have been educated and 20,000 are working.
The National Institute for Economic and Accounting Techniques (INTEC) is specialised in accounting, management control, auditing and finance. Founded in 1931, it currently welcomes nearly 20,000 students per year in France and in 25 countries around the world.
The National Insurance School (ENASS) was created in 1947 to meet the educational needs of employees in the insurance sector. It offers a diploma programme as an initial training programme, after a preparatory class or approval of a university diploma, or as continuing education for employees in the insurance sector. It also offers a professional insurance degree at the Centre for Advanced Study in Insurance through the MBA Insurance Company Manager programme.
Located in Angouleme, the National School for Interactive Digital Media and Games (ENJMIN) was created to train high-level professionals, researchers and artists as well as to create a physical and virtual space for international exchange between professional authors and researchers in interactive digital media.
Created in 1946 as a part of the CNAM, the Superior School for Topographers and Surveyors (ESGT) is the leading French educational institution in the fields of topography and real estate. An ESGT engineer is a specialist in measuring, surveying and creating representations of the Earth’s surface as well as an expert in property planning, delimitation and real estate. The school has been based in Mans since 1997.
Located in Cherbourg, the National Institute for Sea Techniques and Sciences (INTECHMER) has offered higher education programmes since 1981. It specialises in professions related to the sea, from the Baccalaureate level onwards.
- Pasteur/Cnam School
In partnership with the Pasteur Institute, this school offers a specialised master’s degree programme in public health, accredited by the Conference of Grandes Ecoles (CHE). This level I diploma certifies the skills acquired in a variety of fields.
- Vaucanson School
Created in 2010 with the support of the Ministry of National Education and the Ministry of Higher Education and Research, the Vaucanson School offers high-level training (bachelor’s and master’s degrees) developed specifically for professionals who have passed the French Baccalaureate.
The Institute for Applied Legal and Economic Studies for Housing Construction (ICH) has opened its doors since 1960 to real estate professionals seeking to continue their education, as well as students from other higher education programmes.
Created in 1950, the National Institute for Documentation Techniques (INTD) offers training programmes to meet the growing needs of a digital society in managing information flows, documents and knowledge.
- Cnam entrepreneur(s)
Cnam entrepreneur(s), located in Nancy and Paris, is dedicated to entrepreneurship and more specifically to those developing, creating or taking over small businesses. It offers training programmes structured “in and through action”, combining the completion of a project and the development of skills in twenty French regions.