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University of Burgundy
Université de Bourgogne
Established 1722
Type public
Students 26,000
Location Dijon, Bourgogne, France
Coordinates: 47°18′45″N 5°4′15″E / 47.3125°N 5.07083°E / 47.3125; 5.07083
Website http://www.u-bourgogne.fr

The University of Burgundy (French: Université de Bourgogne) is a university located in Dijon, France.

The University of Burgundy is situated on a large campus called Campus Montmuzard, 15 minutes by bus from the City Centre. The Humanities and Sciences are well represented on the main campus along with Medicine and Literature in separate buildings removed from the campus. The IUT (Institute of technology) is also on the campus, providing specialist higher level diplomas in Business, Biology, Communications and Computer Science. With numerous student societies and good support services for international and disabled students, the campus is a welcoming place with numerous CROUS restaurants and canteens for students to avail of subsidised food and snacks.

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Students

In 2008–2009, the number of students is about 27,000 divided into six areas, Dijon, Auxerre, Chalon-sur-Saône, Le Creusot, Mâcon and Nevers. The territorial areas (Dijon excepted) receive 11% of the total of students. There are about 3000 foreign students. 66% of the students are from Burgundy.

The CIEF (Centre International d'Études Françaises) allows students at all proficiency levels to immerse themselves in French language classes.

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