Burgundy School of Business or BSB, formerly ESC Dijon-Burgundy , is a French business school founded in 1899. This university is not just an international school of management, they’re more than that. Their ambition is to train managers and entrepeneurs. BSB is part of the 14 French double accredited business schools. BSB is one of the top 1% of global business schools. This university offers very high level of education and the programs are showing its expertise in wine management. The Bachelor Marketing and Business is a three-year post-baccalaureate program that offers the possibility of apprenticeship in the third year, to have all courses in English on an English course or to obtain a double-degree as part of the program. one semester abroad.Show more
Is a good business school, has great scholarly life and the professors are, mostly, kind.
But the only problem that I have with the programme is that with the covid situation, the school programme got worse. Increasing the time of class to 3 hours, made it impossible to concentrate properly and truly learn.
The classes changed regularly from online to presential and also they changed them frequently in date and hour, making it hard to have to adjust your routine. Overall the school is worth this problem so I recommend it.
The programme was very different from anywhere else, offering oenology, wine production and enotourism courses with professors that are highly experienced in their fields, able to give detailed classes snd taking the time to ensure all students got a chance to understand.
The infrastructure of the main buildings was impeccable offering classrooms with built-in oenology furnishings such as individual basins and taps with drinkable water, tasting glasses for all students and a public collection of wines from around the world, of all qualities.
Overall a great and unique experience, provided mainly by the alumni, both french and foreign who made it an epic experience.View more
Great school with experiential learning opportunities! Staff and professors were nice. The location of the school was very convenient and within walking distance. Studied here as an exchange student and made lots of friends from all over the world. I did notice a little bit of segregation between local students and exchange students but overall local students were pretty nice! And they do host events and field trips for international students to welcome them to the city which was really fun. Lastly, I wish there was a cafeteria on campus to buy food when I get hungry between classes.View more
I liked the international dimension of the school and the fact that there are 2 ways to do the Bachelor’s: in French or in English. It is great to improve our level of English, which is important nowadays.
They can improve the help and attention that they give to students to find an internship (especially during Covid).
I just started my postgraduate there but their approach to teaching and the overall quality of their material has been impressive. The lectures are also very well-versed but still cordial. They could improve on the qualities of their facilities though and students also tend to feel cut off.View more