The perfect setting for student life and learning
Located 10 minutes from the city centre of Rennes, the Rennes School of Business campus in Brittany provides the perfect environment for living and working. Open 6 days a week, the four school buildings provide the perfect setting for student life and learning.
Rennes School of Business is:
- 5,000 students
- 55%* international students
- 105 permanent professors, 95% of whom are international and 40 nationalities
- 90 nationalities on campus
- 25,000 members of the Alumni network in France and abroad
How to find us:
You can get to the Rennes campus by metro at the “CHU Pontchaillou” metro stop + 10 minutes on foot, or by bus at the “Préfecture” stop.
Rennes, the capital of Brittany and an ideal city for students
Rennes regularly tops the list of cities where people enjoy living, studying and working, thanks to its dynamic job market (R&D, IT, digital economy, hotels and tourism, trade, agro-food industries, creative and cultural industries), student population, human size, relaxed atmosphere, proximity to the coast, green spaces and rich cultural scene. Numerous festivals (music, spoken word, street arts, theatre, cinema, dance, animated films, short films, etc.), and street fairs keep the city moving throughout the year!
The capital of Brittany, a region which is known for the unique Breton culture and landscapes, Rennes is a city which stands out in all the rankings:
– The 2021 – 2022 L’Etudiant ranking of student cities in 2021-2022: Rennes was ranked joint second out of the 43 French cities evaluated;
– The 2020 Le Parisien ranking: Rennes was named the top city in France for studying and for quality of life;
– The 2020 Arthur Loyd Baromètre ranking put Rennes in first place among the most attractive major cities in France.
The School’s Rennes campus is located in Brittany, a region that has developed a successful industrial and service economy. The energy of the region’s industrial fabric has allowed the development of numerous centres of excellence and global competitiveness centres, notably: automotive, agro-food, transport, logistics, telecoms, new technologies, tourism and services…