Burgundy School of Business

Burgundy School of Business

29 Rue Sambin, 21000 Dijon, France

Founded in 1900, the Burgundy School of Business is one of the most selective management schools in France.

It is part of the "grandes écoles", which are higher education establishments characterized as small, high-quality, competitive and prestigious institutions with selective admission requirements and strong ties to the corporate world. The campus is centrally located close to the city centre of Dijon. It's a small university with 1,500 students.

Dijon, a city of 150,000, is the capital of the Burgundy region. The city is known for its mustard production, and the entire Burgundy region is known in France as "the land of great art and good living", with its rich cultural heritage, historic architecture, gastronomy, and wine.

It is ideally situated, in the heart of Europe, within easy reach of 6 European capital cities, and less than 2 hours away from Paris. Dijon has a continental climate. The winters are cold and the summers warm and sunny. All seasons experience rain.

Website URL: http://www.bsbu.eu/
Accommodations: http://www.bsbu.eu/international/practical-informations/accommodation/
Cost: Low http://www.bsbu.eu/international/practical-informations/cost-of-living/
External Funding Available: Yes
Availability: 2
Academic Dates:

Fall term: September - December

Winter term: January - May 

Course Timetable: http://www.bsbu.eu/international/exchange-students/application-pack/
Program Type: Exchange , Summer school
Language: English , French
Available Subjects: business and entrepreneurship
Travel Information: http://travel.gc.ca/destinations/france
Practical Information: http://www.bsbu.eu/international/exchange-students/
Visa Requirements: http://www.consulfrance-montreal.org/-Visas-English-
Summer School Information: https://www.bsb-education.com/en/programmes/short-term-programmes/summer-school/programme-overview.html
YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/dijonesc
Additional Information:


External funding may be available:

  • Undergraduate students enrolled in a program focused on international business, finance, economics, or a combination of business with environmental/sustainability studies -  EDC scholarships
  • French Embassy– AUCC Travel Grant valued at $1500 CAD.
  • Scholarships France-Acadie cover round trip airfare to France, tuition in France, French student social security, stipend for living expenses and books, deadline May 18. Must be Canadian citizen or permanent resident residing in NB, PEI, NFL, NS for a minimum of 5 years. Must have completed 3 years of university studies at the time of departure.
  • Francophone students in a minority setting (any location): http://www.fondationricard.com/demande.html.
    • Note:Must already have an undergraduate degree.