A business school in Beaune, in the heart of the Burgundy vineyards
Capital of Burgundy wines and city of Art with its Hôtel Dieu and its 15th century ramparts, Beaune is located in the heart of the Climats area, which has been on the UNESCO World Heritage list since July 2015.
Burgundy’s identity is deeply linked to its thousand-year-old vineyards.
Its privileged geographical situation, the exceptional sites (Hospices de Beaune, Musée des Beaux-Arts, Collégiale Notre Dame) and the numerous cultural events (Baroque Festival, Jazz Festival) make it one of the favourite destinations for tourists from all over the world.
Beaune is the economic heart of Burgundy’s wine industry. Every year it welcomes professionals from all over the world to its cellars, vineyards and during the highlights of the Hospices de Beaune wine sale and the Grands jours de Bourgogne.
Focus on the campus of our business school in Beaune
Faithful to its initial vocation, the former Ecole des Garçons of the city of Beaune now welcomes the students of the INSEEC Bachelor in a renovated and friendly setting.
Located in the heart of the city, and a 10-minute walk from the train station, the campus offers students the opportunity to be close to shops and restaurants.
A few steps from here, the Claude Lelouch Cinema Workshops welcome students for group work or conferences.
The INSEEC Bachelor Beaune offers specialized training in wines and spirits and wine tourism.
What is the economic attractiveness of the area where INSEEC is located?
Within its territory, Burgundy winegrowing brings together no less than 300 wine merchants, 17 cooperative cellars and nearly 4,000 winegrowing estates.
Added to this, the bodies of the Interprofession (unions and offices) as well as all the economic actors, private or public, who gravitate around the production, the marketing or the reception of international clients, make Beaune and its agglomeration a dynamic and ambitious economic zone.
This attractiveness will soon be reinforced by the Cité des Vins et des Climats de Bourgogne, a real standard bearer for Burgundy wine and its specificities. It will be at the heart of an economic complex made up of hotels, restaurants, stores and cultural venues, all of which will provide professional opportunities for the students of the INSEEC Bachelor, a business school in Beaune.
Frequently Asked Questions: everything you need to know about INSEEC, business school in Beaune :
What programs are offered on the INSEEC Beaune campus?
Only the Bachelor’s program is available on our campus in Beaune, a 3-year post-baccalaureate program with 2 progressive specializations, in wines and spirits and in marketing, communication and product development, over the course of 3 years:
Does the INSEEC Beaune Business School have any associations?
Yes, the WINE ABOUT, is a student association about wine tasting and sommellerie. The students do tastings with commentary by the winemaker directly at the château or on campus.
What are the eligibility requirements to enter INSEEC Beaune?
Eligibility requirements vary depending on the level of study and the program in question. Consult our detailed eligibility requirements.
What is the price of the training at INSEEC Beaune?
The price of the course varies according to the year of study (1, 2 or 3) or the type of contract (initial, continuous or sandwich course).
Feel free to consult the training pages or contact the admissions department directly.