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Burgundy School of Business

Burgundy School of Business  offers particular expertise in areas relating to French excellence, namely wine management via its internationally-reputed School of Wine & Spirits Business, and also arts and cultural management, for students seeking to transform a personal interest into their future career. 



Founded in 1899, Burgundy School of Business - BSB belongs to the top 1% of business schools in the world to have received double AACSB and EQUIS accreditation.


BSB offers top-level Management training programmes to French and international students: Bachelor, Master in Management and postgraduate programmes designed for recent graduates or professionals. 


Career center services:

  • Set-up of your professional project (performance test, crash test)
  • CV and motivation letter-writing workshops
  • Establishing an internship, apprenticeship or job search strategy
  • Interview preparation and simulation (Easy Recrue tool)
  • Personalised briefing and debriefing with our coaches
  • Direct connection with companies

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Student services

At Burgundy School of Business, we are committed to offering our students dedicated support services: the International Office, the Career Centre and the Department of Personal Development ensure our students will have the best possible student experience

Housing services

Dijon has been home to the Burgundy School of Business campus since 1899. Located in the North-East of France, in Burgundy, one of the most beautiful areas of the country, Dijon is a place that any lover of traditions, gastronomy, wine and the outdoors absolutely has to see!

Student Life

Campus life

    • Communal areas
    • Co-working areas
    • Creative areas
    • Learning Centre
    • Relaxation areas: gym, music studio, dance hall, relaxation room, tea room
    • 22 associations
    • An area dedicated to student coaching
    • 650m² of premises dedicated to entrepreneurship
    • A building reserved for the School of Wine & Spirits Business, including a wine-tasting room, cellar and wine shop
    • A House of Finance

Student clubs

Approximately 70% of first-year "Grande École" students are involved in student associations. Student associations are supported by the school, and the Department of Personal Development is in charge of coordination.Whether it is organising an integration seminar, Sémiski, after-work parties, thematic breakfasts, the Christmas Gala, or the Gala de Parrainage, you should easily find the project that suits and motivates you via the varied 22 associations operating on campus.  


    As further proof of its academic excellence, Burgundy School of Business is a member of the Schools of Management to have received double AACSB and EQUIS accreditation.  

Student Reviews

Anonymous rated 5 out of 5 stars

Well it was quite expensive. France in general is really expensive to live, especially for someone who is from the South-East Europe region, because it is a totally different lifestyle there. For example it can be shocking to have a cup of coffee for 5 euro at a no name coffee place for a person who is used to have a coffee for a 1 euro at home. The courses I have...

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