Short Leadership Programmes

Enhance your leadership skills with our 2-month courses tailor-made to build tomorrow's leaders in a fast and changing economy.
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Are you looking for the knowledge and know-how to take your leadership skills to the next level? 

Our short leadership programmes are tailor-made for building tomorrow's leaders in a fast and changing economy.

With 3 leadership courses, we aim to provide an answer to all the real-life challenges of today's professionals, as well as a solid foundation to ensure a better understanding of their environment. Our professors and experts from around the world will be at your disposal to ensure an extensive learning experience, so you can manage change and/or implement new approaches in your company, learn the fundamentals of people management, and make your team more collaborative.

These programmes are open to junior, mid-level and senior professionals who are looking to expand their leadership expertise.

An emphasis is put on interaction between participants and mentors to provide enrichment to your own vision, develop a participative mindset and expand your network.

Hybrid Education
Each programme includes 4 days on-site (Solvay Brussels School) and 6 hours of virtual classes.
Open To All
These programmes are open to junior, mid-level and senior professionals.
Small Classes
Organised in small groups of up to 15 people to maximise interaction between participants and mentors.
Real-Life Based
The courses focus on the practice, challenges, and real-life experiences of participants.

About Solvay Brussels School

Founded in 1903 by Ernest Solvay, renowned Belgian chemical industrialist, Solvay Brussels School is the faculty of Economics and Management of the Université Libre de Bruxelles. Ever since, our accredited european school has built up a tradition of excellence and innovation in business and economics learning, fuelled by deep connections within Brussels' multinational entrepreneurial network. 

As one of the largest universities in Belgium with around 24.000 students every year, the ULB offers a campus with numerous facilities and functions: sports, libraries, health services, restaurants, concerts, conferences, and many other cultural events throughout the year. All this is perfectly backgrounded by Brussels' spirited cosmopolitan environment, home to some 300.000 expats, the EU and NATO headquarters, and thousands of international corporations.

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Programme Manager
Rosanna Belmonte
The fast-paced working environment of today’s businesses and organisations, in concert with the rapid structural and technical changes observed in the last years due to the pandemic and other socio-economic factors, have made evident the need for agile, efficient leadership. Today’s (and tomorrow’s) leaders are urged to constantly stay ahead of the curve but often have little time left at the end of the day to invest in optimising the competencies which will help them achieve that.

Valérie Vangeel
People Mantra
Leadership Practice Leader Solvay Executive Education

Academic Director

Pascale De Pré
Nautealus
Co-Founder


Bertrand Collignon

Associate Professor in Sustainable Development & Deputy Director of the Sustainable Development Initiative


Financial aid for Brussels and Flanders SMEs

Brussels SMEs can, under certain conditions, benefit from regional aid of up to 50% of the registration fees. More information.

SMEs located in Flanders can also, under certain conditions, benefit from regional aid of up to 40% of the registration fees. More information.

Accredited European School

The Solvay Brussels School of Economics & Management is both certified by and benchmarked against the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS label), the leading worldwide business school accreditation system. Every 3 to 5 years, the school is subjected to the most demanding independent evaluation: research, faculty, quality of programmes and infrastructures, commitments in innovation, school's vision, partnerships and inclusion of the business world in the school management, EQUIS examines every aspect of what makes a top business school. EQUIS also guides and encourages candidate business schools to make improvements where necessary and globally helps raise the standards of management education. For students and post-graduate participants, the EQUIS represents a benchmark to which they can compare the school's achievements. 

SBS is also accredited by AMBA and Qfor, and is one of the founders of the Quantitative Techniques for Economics and Management (QTEM) programme - a network of several renowned business schools in full expansion.

Consequently, Solvay Brussels School is one of the best known and trusted business schools in Belgium by both students and employers.