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Academic Calendar

Semester 1: Mid-September to mid-December

Semester 2: Early January to late April

Semester 3: Early January to mid-April

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Module Catalogue

The University has details of the modules available.

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Student Guide

You probably have plenty of questions about your destination. You can find some of the answers in the Brest student guide.

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Brest Business School provides help to international students regarding housing. The School had signed an agreement with Immojeune, a housing platform with more than 500 housing opportunities available in Brest/Vannes.

Explore your accommodation options
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Financial Support and Living Costs

Find out your estimated monthly expenses and learn what forms of financial support may be available to you.

As a UK Erasmus student, for the 2021/22 academic year you are entitled to receive an Erasmus Grant. Guidance on funding for students undertaking exchange in the 2022/23 academic year will be added soon.

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International students can benefit a free arrival Meet & Greet service from Brest International Mobility Centre. Alternatively, students can also take the shuttle bus from the airport to the tram station.

Find out more about bus tickets