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Dijon Burgundy School Of Business


Our mission

Entrepreneurial Management for Business and Society

The School's mission is to provide current and future managers with high quality education supported by research activities, and to contribute to the development of the region's economy.

Our management education programmes are entrepreneurial and internationally focused, allowing students to acquire professional expertise integrating the needs of the business world and corporate social responsibility.

Inventing the future since 1900
The Burgundy School of Business (BSB), a member of the exclusive club of century-old management schools, is celebrating its 110th anniversary in 2010. More than a century of existence during which the school, today a major actor in entrepreneurial management, has always adapted to changes in the world by relying on strong and stable values such as Openness, Responsibility and Creativity. Thanks to unrelenting innovation BSB has become a reference for management in the wine industry or in experimental economics. This innovation is also reflected in the global strategic alliance with Oxford Brookes University, which is a first in French Business Schools.


History of openness, diversity and multicultural experience

As early as 1916, Burgundy School of Business opened its doors to a mixture of students with almost 20% of the student body comprised of young women. The international adventure was greatly encouraged and facilitated in 1919 by the arrival of the first American students, and by the award of scholarships for study in foreign countries in 1922. Burgundy School of Business was a pioneer in international studies; it was the first management school to go to China, in 1965. This was also the year when it signed its first, and today, its longest-standing partnership, with a foreign university (Hochschule Pforzheim).


Accountability at all levels

Burgundy School of Business has always invested considerable energy and resources in the accompaniment of its students thanks to tutorship, coaching and a pedagogical style that allows students to personalise their academic careers. Responsibility in terms of commitment to others is practised on a daily basis through the involvement of students in associations, in particular humanitarian associations and reinforced by the PAC (Learning through Community Work), which was created in 2005. The CSR Chair (Corporate Social Responsibility) launched in 2006 and the Microfinance Chair created in 2009 perpetuate these commitments.


Expertise in management in the wine business and in experimental economics

The school has had close ties with the wine trade since its earliest days and today is a reference in wine management. The Mastère Spécialisé Commerce International des Vins et Spiritueux (Specialised Master in International Wine and Spirits Trade), which was created in 1989, and the Wine Management Institute, created in 2009 are the spearhead. Today, the Wine Management Institute benefits from the unique support of the LESSAC (Laboratory for Experimentation in Social Sciences and Behaviour Analysis) – the largest laboratory for Experimental Economics in Europe, launched in 2008. Thanks to its transversal approach and innovative style, the LESSAC has allowed the Burgundy School of Business to be at the forefront of pedagogical innovation and research.
























Location & Facilities

Burgundy School of Business is located within a few minutes walking distance from the centre of Dijon, in 10,000m2 of entirely renovated premises and comprises 5 buildings within a 1 hectare campus.

Teaching facilities at Burgundy School Business are located in extremely modern buildings with:

  • 3 amphitheatres with a seating capacity of 150 to 300
  • 27 classrooms with a seating capacity of 35 to 50
  • Rooms with 10 to 20 seats used for group work
  • A multimedia laboratory
  • Cubicles for individual work 



























List of Departments / Schools / Faculty / College

Burgundy School of Business
School of Wine & Spirits Business





























Courses Offered

Name of the Program


Master in management


MSC Programmes


MS Programmes


Short Term Programmes


Bachelor Marketing & Business


MS in Wine Business


Ms in Wine Management































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There is only one intake a year, in September for the MSc in Wine Business and the MSc in Wine Management and in October for the MECIC and in November for the CIVS. September






























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