Frequently asked questions
Is it possible to study at Burgundy School of Business for a semester in English?
Yes, the Bachelor in Marketing and Business and the Master in Management Programme are taught entirely in French or in English. As a result, a completly non-French speaker can study at Burgundy School of Business without facing any difficulty.
Are there any English or French language requirements for exchange students or degree seeking students?
However, we kindly require our partner universities to carefully select students in order for them to be able to attend English or French taught classes. Different programmes require different language levels. Please refer to the FactSheet. (Lien FactSheet).
Are we going to have student cards upon arrival?
Yes, upon arrival, and after checking that your student file is complete, we will provide you with your own student card which will prove that you are enrolled in our institution. Furthermore, it will give you access to the copy machines and printers.
When are exams organised?
There are different types of examinations: group work during the semester, oral presentations, individual work to hand in, final exams...
Final exams are organised at the end of the semester, generally over the first two weeks of December for the Fall semester, and the last two weeks of April for the Spring semester.
When are the resit exams organised?
Resit exams are organised during the examination session of the academic year following your study period at Burgundy School of Business. Please check with your university if you need to come to Dijon or if you can resit an exam in your country.
The International Relations Office made me an offer for accommodation but I am not satisfied. Can I refuse it?
Yes, you can refuse it. However, finding accommodation for international students can be difficult in some cases, and sometimes, there are not many offers. If the second offer wewake does not satisfy you, you will have to search for option by yourself.
My residence is not open on the week-end, but my flight will land on Saturday. What should I do?
We carefully indicated the possible arrival times for each residence in order for your to make the necessary arrangements to arrive during the opening hours. Still, should you arrive on Saturday and should your residence not be open, we would suggest that you secure a hotel room. (Click here for temporary accommodation)