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ETPA trains
the talents of tomorrow

School of photography
& game design

As a pioneering school in the field of artistic education, ETPA has been a higher education institution specializing in the teaching of Photography and Game Design since 1974.

Believing that it is essential to bring its students as close as possible to the realities of their future occupations, ETPA has built up a team of specialists in photography and game design to teach its courses and workshops, as well as renowned lecturers for conferences and master classes.

In addition to this concrete teaching, at the cutting edge of new technologies and current events in the various disciplines, ETPA participates every year in exhibitions, fairs, competitions and other events. These actions further reinforce the desire to train creative professionals, operational as soon as they graduate.

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DE RÉUSSITE POUR LA FORMATION JEUX VIDÉO EN 2018

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Campus ETPA en France

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formations en Photographie et Jeu Vidéo

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années d'histoire

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As a pioneering school
in the field of artistic education

3 campuses in France

Internationally renowned, ETPA's Photography Department offers three training courses. The BTS Photography, under partnership with the State, provides technical and artistic education. The class of Practitioner Photographer, both practical and creative, is more oriented towards digital and analog photography.

Finally, the third year of the Advanced Photography program (Professional Photographer specialization, level II certification) allows students to perfect their practical skills and knowledge through contact with personalities from the world of photography, under the conditions of an agency or a creative studio.

ETPA also has a Game Design department, with a 3-year course of study. Students are trained in each stage of creation, whether technical or graphic.

This versatility is a real asset in a constantly evolving field of activity. Their graduation project, a video game, provides them with an opportunity to showcase their skills and opens the doors to the professional world.