|Degree:||Master of Business Administration (MBA)|
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Bachelor's degree in any field and more than 3 years of work experience
|University website:||Wine & Spirits Business|
|Annual tuition (EEA)||32,000 EUR|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||32,000 EUR|
Join our top-level graduate programme in the heart of the world’s most famous vineyards
BSB's MBA Wine & Spirits Business is a high-level training course, ranked second best international MBA taught in France (Le Moci 2020).
With a strong strategic, commercial and management focus, this intense programme gives you a sound grasp of the requirements of the global market by offering a range of cultural experiences and developing your understanding of the intricacies of the global business of wine and spirits.
It is ideal for those looking to reach middle to upper managerial positions in the industry or create their own business.
Year after year, students tell us that the content of our programme, together with the diversity of high-achieving students joining this MBA from all regions of the world, make it a truly life changing experience!
As a BSB student enrolled on the MBA Wine & Spirits Business, you can benefit from an optional French as Foreign Language Intensive Course taking place before the MBA programme begins. For no extra cost, you can receive 45 hours of classes (15 hours per week) from September 6 to 24 before classes begin on September 27.
We sit on the legendary Wine Route sprinkled with vineyards and the very best wines in the world:
Unique in the world, the “climates” (terroirs) of Burgundy’s vineyards were classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015.
This MBA is based in Dijon where you will also benefit from our modern building providing a research laboratory dedicated to wines and spirits, with a speciality shop and a tasting room.
Home to 250,000 inhabitants including 34,000 students, Dijon offers a vibrant student life where people enjoy good living and a strong sense of community. The city is a rich mix between culture and food, plus plenty of trendy wine bars.
Each summer, Dijon resounds to the beat of free festivals: folk and jazz enthusiasts will enjoy concerts in our numerous parks and gardens.