What’s it like to be a student at Rennes School of Business?
Find out what it’s like to be a student on the Rennes School of Business campuses with Alonso, Anne and Brice, students of the MSc in International Finance.
Hear three students, Alonso, Anne and Brice, talk about what it’s really like to study at Rennes SB, from well-being and the student social scene to the career advantages and opportunities to blend work and study during their programme!
Hear from our students:
Well-being, discovering the city and staying active with Alonso
“I don’t know where ambition will lead me, but I know it starts here, at Rennes School of Business.”
Alonso talks about the accessible size of the city of Rennes and the activities that you can find in town and on campus, from foosball tournaments in the student foyer to the association events organised throughout the year! Alonso appreciates the services that are available through the Career Centre & Well-being department to help him find a good work-life balance and the help and support found at the Aloha Square to ensure that students Feel Good while they study.
Opportunities and career support in the professional hub of Brittany with Lise-Anne
“Unframed Thinking isn’t just our motto, but a part of our daily life.”
Lise-Anne talks about the benefits of studying on an international campus and keeping her eyes open to other cultures throughout her studies at Rennes School of Business. She talks about the range of subjects available to study at the School, the campus in Rennes and the professional opportunities in Brittany! Anne has made the most of the workshops and events organised by the Career Centre & Well-being department which have helped her develop both academically and professionally throughout her studies.
Combining work and study in the French capital with Brice
“Rennes School of Business really gives us the opportunity to work and study at the same time.”
Brice has benefited from the opportunities to build up diverse, finance-related company experiences as he pursues his studies on the School’s Paris campus. He has noticed the links between his professional and academic progress during his specialised MSc which he attends as part of a work-study programme. The more he learns during his programme, the more responsibility he is able to take on at work!