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École Européenne Supérieure d’Art de Bretagne (EESAB)

École Européenne Supérieure d’Art de Bretagne (EESAB) higher arts school is a state institution for cultural cooperation (EPCC) created by the French State, Brittany regional council, Brest city council, Lorient city council, Quimper district council and Rennes city council, with a total of 820 students and 1,900 pupils on four sites. It employs 185 permanent members of staff and has a budget of approximately 10m EUR. The school is accredited to award masters-level diplomas in Art, Design and Communication. It provides public classes and is also a forum for research, exhibitions, creativity, publishing and experimentation.