Burgundy School of Business
Dijon, France Exchange Program
Dr. Marie-Jose Albert-Batt
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
10:15 a.m. – 11:00 a.m., Hyland Hall 1001
The Center for Global Education is pleased to welcome Dr. Marie-Jose Albert-Batt, Associate Dean and Director of International Relations at the Burgundy School of Business. Our exchange program partner from Dijon, France will be on campus April 10, 2013. Please join us for a “Campus Conversation” to discuss the opportunities available to students and faculty through this program. We will meet from 10:15 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. in Hyland Hall room 1001 which is located next to the Center for Global Education.
Studying at the Burgundy School of Business offers students an opportunity to take business courses in English and French. No prior knowledge of French is required to participate in this exchange program, as a wide range of courses are taught in English, but Burgundy offers credit-bearing French language courses at a variety of levels to help students integrate into French society.
Located in historic Dijon, the Burgundy School of Business has a long tradition of welcoming international students with an international community which represents thirty percent of the student body and thirty-five percent of faculty. With a student population of 1,700, there is personalized attention to students, with small class sizes, close follow-up of student learning and progress, comprehensive support by the international office, and availability of professors and staff to help guarantee a successful experience. For more information, visit www.escdijon.eu.