The European Academy of Art in Brittany (French École européenne supérieure d’art de Bretagne – EESAB) is a French art school founded on December 27, 2010. The establishment is composed of four formerly separate institutions (the earliest founded in 1795), located in Brest, Lorient, Quimper and Rennes. EESAB is the largest art school in France and currently has over 900 students at the bachelors (DNAP) and masters (DNSEP) levels. The student body accounts for one-tenth of all arts school students in France.
EESAB is a higher education institution that reports to the Ministry of Culture. It is a member of the European University of Brittany accredited to award national diplomas after three years of undergraduate study as well as after five years of undergraduate and graduate study. Courses are delivered in art, communication and design. They are harmonised with the European degree structure using the ECTS system (European Credits Transfer and Accumulation System), facilitating student mobility within Europe.