The leading university centre between Paris and Lyon, within the PRES, the Centre of Research and Higher Education of Burgundy Franche-Comté.
A unique school, a clever mix of mechanics, mechatronics and micro-technologies.
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The Industry Apprentice Training Centre: matches the demand from industry. For more than 35 years, the CFAI Franche-Comté, specialising in training for industrial trades, has been available to listen to young people and businesses.
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ECM, School of Commerce and Management
The ECM offers alternating training schemes in partnership with the CNAM ('Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers'), for students with two years' post-secondary education. The ECM also trains employees, managers and directors who wish to develop their professional skills, by means of continuous training (qualifications).
IMEA, Institute of European Business Management
Specialist training courses: commerce and distribution, management secretarial services commercial, international, marketing/management. Each year, more than 300 students, apprentices and trainees come to educate themselves at IMEA.
Higher Institute of Fine Arts
ISBA is one of 56 graduate schools of art qualified to lead to state-recognized national degrees. ISBA welcomes every year more than 250 students in both art and visual communication.
Economic area of 230,000 inhabitants
82 600 salaried jobs
A pool of 10 200 businesses and institutions
75 hectares of activity spaces immediately available for businesses
A Centre of expertise recognised throughout the world
The Besançon Centre of Applied Linguistics was created in 1958. It was one of the first centres to have developed practical teaching in foreign languages, which is based on research into linguistics applied to teaching, tools and modern methods. Each year, the CAL, a part of the University of Franche-Comté, receives almost 4000 trainees from all over the world.
The AFPA Franche-Comté is intended to both job-seekers and employees (Professionalisation Contract, Individual Training Leave, etc.) by proposing each year more than 60 qualifying professional training courses, which are free and remunerated. Each year, it receives between 350 and 400 trainees.