The Graduate school of Management of Brittany, France, is a French business School in the city of Brest in northwestern France.
Founded in 1962 ESC Bretagne Brest provides business and management courses to 900 students. Currently, the school offers 7 different programmes both in French and in English The school is supported by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Brest. In January 2013, the school merged with 3 others to found France Business School. Subsequent to the "explosion of France Business School", as of January 2015, ESC Bretagne Brest regained its independence, thus also changing its name to Brest Business School
Brest is the first European marine research hub and the headquarter of a competitiveness cluster with global ambitions in the area, but also one of the main sites of another globally-oriented competitiveness cluster in the Information Technology and Technological Research areas. Brest Business School is located in a city with a maritime geographical position in the Atlantic. In the area of Higher Education and Research, Brest has a university with a population of 22500 students and several Higher Education Institutions including Brest Business School
This Master program is intentionally general, even if the last year is mainly a year of specialization. Bachelor in E-business & Marketing (Vannes Campus). This level L program has a pronounced commercial orientation with a focus on E-business Tourism and sustainable development. Bachelor international Management (Brest Campus). This level L program has a strong international orientation with a focus on double degrees. One year preparation program (Brest campus). This program is designed to prepare students to the school admission processes by intensive language courses and management. Master of Science in International Business: in association with Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland (Double degree) Specialized Master’s degrees: patrimonial and financial management - Management of the supply chain (logistics & procurement) - Management Control
Brest Business School designs and delivers relevant and effective academic degree programs to prepare its students to be responsible managers and entrepreneurs in a global environment, complemented by applied research activities to create economic and social value for its regional stakeholders
Tuition fees in private institutions, including in business schools, are higher than in the public sector. In general, fees reach 3,000 to 10,000 euros per year. Check out the website of each institution to view the exact fees of your training. 18% of students in France are registered in private institutions
Prices for accommodation are usually above the international average of 200 – 300 EUR/month. The main housing options for students in France are: Student halls of residence – between 150 and 600 EUR/month, including facilities, if the room is private or shared