Every year Burgundy School of Business offers training to over 2,600 students across its whole programme portfolio: Bachelor in Marketing & Business, Master in Management, and Specialised Masters. Whether they are specialising in Finance, Marketing, HR, Culture, or Entrepreneurship now, they will soon be working with and for you in the near future. Our commitment is to assist you in recruiting such talents.
A whole series of events are held at BSB throughout the year, including theme-specific conferences, careers workshops, association challenges, and corporate fairs. By getting involved in such events you can strengthen your visibility in the eyes of our students whilst boosting your employer brand position.
We offer tailor-made solutions to all our partners in order to best meet their requirements. Entering into a long-term partnership enables us to raise awareness of your company throughout the BSB student body.
Take part in our conference, job dating and after-work events (among others) depending upon your requirements, 3-4 times a year and benefit from additional promotion of your internship, work-study and employment opportunities on our dedicated website.
Interested in the next 3 classes of students carrying the name of your company? If so, then you can sponsor our students upon their arrival at the School and become the go-to company for over 600 students. This involves:
Participation of the cohort sponsor at the beginning of each academic year, including attendance of your company's CEO at the inaugural conference held at the beginning of the year
Participation in corporate relations events
Appearance of your brand on all print and web materials
Guidance of students by corporate tutors, on a voluntary basis
CORPORATE ROOM NAMING
Your company's name can appear at the head of lecture theatres, classrooms, sports centres or even the cafeteria, offering an alternative way for your company to make a daily impression on our students.
You can also assist students who have suffered serious accidents or financial difficulties in paying for their studies.