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ESC Bretagne Brest

École Supérieure de Commerce Bretagne Brest (ESC Bretagne Brest), also called The Graduate school of Management of Brittany, France, is a French business School in the city of Brest in northwestern France.[1]

Founded in 1962,[2] 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.[3][4][5] In January 2013, the school merged with 3 others to found France Business School.[6][7] Subsequent to the "explosion of France Business School",[8] as of January 2015, ESC Bretagne Brest regained its independence, thus also changing its name to Brest Business School.

Accreditations and Associations[9][10]

References

  1. ^ [www.brittany-business-school.com]
  2. ^ "CCI de France". cci.fr.
  3. ^ [www.cci-brest.fr]
  4. ^ "ESC Bretagne Brest". dimension-commerce.com.
  5. ^ "ESC Bretagne Brest". aurlom.com.
  6. ^ Christine Lagoutte, « À quoi servent les fusions entre business schools ? », Le Figaro étudiant, 22 mai 2012 [etudiant.lefigaro.fr]
  7. ^ "France Business School : un projet ambitieux semé d'embûches - Educpros". letudiant.fr. Retrieved 2014-03-07.
  8. ^ Luc Pontet : "Brest Business School va repartir sur un autre projet" [www.e-orientations.com]
  9. ^ [www.brittany-business-school.com]
  10. ^ "ESC Bretagne Brest Programme Grande Ecole". mec-info.com.
  11. ^ "Classement grandes ecoles ESC Brest". classementgrandesecoles.com.