BSB regularly hosts customised programmes for partner or non-partner universities. The content of the course is tailor-made to suit the requirements of the home university but this typically includes classes taught by BSB faculty, corporate visits and a cultural day trip to the Wine region
Please find below a short description of some of them.
University of Stellenbosch Business School, Bellville (South Africa)
The University of Stellenbosch Business School regularly offers its MBA students the opportunity to spend 7 days at BSB for an intensive programme, which they will return to do in 2020.
College of Business, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio (USA)
Students from Burgundy School of Business were teamed with Ohio College of Business students and conducted consulting missions for firms in Dijon and the region. The first cohort of students came in 2001 and since then, more than 450 Ohio College of Business and BSB undergraduate students have taken advantage of this unique opportunity. In 2019, students worked with companies such as McCain’s, Tippagral, and Allucyne.
Neeley School of Business, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas (USA)
Burgundy School of Business regularly hosts a group of TCU undergraduate Business students, and in May 2019 we welcomed our largest group yet. In Dijon, the students this year enjoyed company visits, a cooking class at Dijon’s Ecole des Métiers, and cultural visits.
Spears School of Business, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma (USA)
For 20 years, BSB has been hosting students from the Spears School of Business on various summer school formats. In 2018 OSU students spent 10 days in France and shared their time between Paris, Dijon and Cannes with a focus the Gastronomy Industry of France.
Vancouver Island University, Wine Field School, Vancouver (Canada)
In May 2018, 20 students from the Vancouver Island University faculty of Management spent 3 weeks in France to increase their knowledge, skills and abilities in the subject of wine business and marketing by exploring the French wine industry mainly in Burgundy.