The University of Burgundy (uB) is a multidisciplinary higher education institution, which fulfils a dual mission of education and research in all scientific fields, including social sciences, humanities, physical sciences and life sciences. Located in Burgundy, between Paris and Lyon, uB has its main campus in Dijon, and several others spread across Burgundy. It counts 10 faculties, 4 engineering schools, 3 institutes of technology offering undergraduate courses, and 2 professional institutes providing post-graduate programmes. Every year, uB enrolls 27,000 students, among whom 3,000 are international students. Fully involved in the Bologna process, uB offers 70 Bachelor programmes, 95 Masters programmes, 16 undergraduate technological programmes, 4 postgraduate engineering programmes, as well as PhD programmes in every field. Among the priorities which underpin the University of Burgundy’s international strategy are the development of courses taught in English, the setting up of joint diplomas with other European universities and linguistic and cultural preparation for lifelong student mobility.