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Burgundy School of Business (Groupe ESC Dijon – Bourgogne) has launched an exciting project of specialisation, internationalisation and academic and research excellence by founding a unique new institution: the School of Wine & Spirits Business .
After creating the Mastère Spécialisé en Commerce International des Vins et Spiritueux (CIVS) in 1988, we founded the MSc in Wine Business in 2009 and opened the 2012 – 2013 academic year with another new programme dedicated to the wine industry: the MSc in Wine Management.
Burgundy School of Business’ long-standing and renowned expertise in wine management has its roots in the region of Burgundy, famous for its excellent wines.
In September 2013 we consolidated these successful ventures within a new structure with its own research centre. The main goal of the research centre is the publication of articles in peer-reviewed journals specialising in the wine and spirits industries as well as other prestigious publications aimed at a scientific community interested in wine marketing - a research field that has come to dominate the field.
My colleagues and I have been delighted with the success these wine-industry programmes have had with an English-speaking public, whether English is that public's first or second language. Our aim is to attract the best students from the four corners of the globe, students who want to become specialists in a demanding and fascinating field.
Continuous growth and improvement are part of our pledge to the students and graduates who have entrusted - and will entrust - us with their future.
Dr Jérôme Gallo