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BURGUNDY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

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. 

BSB also 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. 

In November 2016, ESC Dijon Bourgogne changed its official status to become an “EESC” (Établissement d’Enseignement Supérieur Consulaire), meaning that EESC ESC Dijon Bourgogne, trading as Burgundy School of Business – BSB, became a legally private entity administrated by a Supervisory Board and Board of Governors:

The Supervisory Board comprises 16 members, whose mission is to oversee all School activities. The Board of Governors is in charge of managing the school.

  • AGESC, represented by Benoit De Charette, treasurer of the AGESC,
  • Dr. Isabelle Allemand, Elected Professor, BSB
  • Banque Populaire Bourgogne Franche Comté, represented by Bruno Duchesne, Managing Director,
  • Odile Barbe, Elected Professor, BSB,
  • Alexandrine Bornier, representative of the BSB DUP,
  • Caisse d’Épargne de Bourgogne Franche-Comté LT, represented by Jean-Pierre Deramecourt, Chairman of the Board of Governors,
  • CCI Côte d’Or, represented by Delphine Still (alumna), Managing Director,
  • Gérard Desbois (alumnus), Chairman of the AGESC and of the Supervisory Board of EESC ESC Dijon-Bourgogne,
  • Charles Gential, Chairman of the Fédération des Élèves,
  • Jean-Philippe Girard, CEO,
  • Patrice Henry (alumnus and member of the AAB), Operations Director for Eurazeo,
  • Vincent Jaurou (alumnus), Secretary of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry for Côte d’Or,
  • Xavier Mirepoix, Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry for Côte d’Or and Vice-Chairman of the Supervisory Board for EESC ESC Dijon-Bourgogne,
  • Bérengère Moindrot (alumna), Head of BSB International Promotion, elected employee,
  • Denis Regnault (alumnus), Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry for Côte d’Or Finances Commission.
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The International Advisory Board (IAB) supports the School’s senior management as part of its activities linked to international development. Members of the board all come from major national and international organisations. 

  • SDA Bocconi, Milan, Italy, represented by Andrea Gasparri, Special Advisor to the Dean, Chairman of the IAB,
  • Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary, represented by Prof. Zita Paprika, Dean,
  • BI Norwegian Business School, Norway, represented by Jens Peter Tondel, Vice-Executive Chairman,
  • Nottingham Trent University Business School, United Kingdom, represented by Prof. Baback Yazdani, Dean,
  • IBM, represented by Diem Ho, International Relations Director, EMEA region,
  • LVMH Japan, represented by Stéphane Voyer, Senior HR Vice-Chairman,
  • Université de Bourgogne, represented by Prof. Alain Bonnin, Chairman,
  • UBFC, represented by Prof. Nicolas Chaillet, Chairman,
  • INSEAD, represented by Jacques Bel, Directeur Monde de la Faculté et de la Recherche. 

The Alumni Advisory Board (AAB) supports the school’s management department in developing its strategy. It comprises around 40 alumni with outstanding professional backgrounds.

The Comité d'Orientation Stratégique Territorial (COST) assembles various local third parties (local organisations, higher education representatives etc.) in support of development of the School.

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