Have you recently earned a Master's degree and are looking for a new challenge?
An Advanced Master at Solvay Brussels School is an opportunity to broaden your knowledge and acquire the skills that will allow you to launch your career in high gear!
Advanced Masters are postgraduate programmes for Masters' graduates of any discipline who want to gain the knowledge and skills for a career in business and beyond. An exceptional cast of experienced professors and professionals will accompany your personal learning journey and growth by helping you develop high-level problem solving, decision-making, and leadership skills, as well as building confidence.
Through interactive, practice-based learning, you'll learn how to put your theoretical knowledge into practice and confidently face future daily challenges in the working environment.
Exposure to an international environment will allow you to broaden your horizons and know how to interact with cultures and points of view different from your own, an essential skill in the real work environment.
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.
Notable Solvay Alumni
Alexander De Croo (Belgian Prime Minister)
Nicolas Steisel (Cofounder of Exki)
Bruno Colmant (CEO Degroof Petercam)
André Oleffe (former Belgian Minister of Economy)
Jean-Paul Philippot (CEO RTBF)
Mathias Dewatripont (ULB et MIT Professor, director BNB)
Alumni network of the Solvay Schools
Our alumni represent a network of more than 25.000 and are present in all sectors of activities in more than 65 countries worldwide. Each year the School, which is EQUIS- and AMBA-accredited, welcomes more than 4.200 students, participating in over 30 programmes, including Bachelors, Masters, MBAs, Advanced Masters…
Scholarships for the Advanced Masters
We know that postgraduate education presents a significant financial investment - for this reason, we want to encourage and facilitate participation in Advanced Masters programmes for talented students that we believe can make a significant contribution to our programmes, school, and above all, our society as a whole. To help them make their enrolment in an Advanced Master's programme possible and alleviate the financial burden of executive education, we offer reductions of up to 50% on tuition fees for qualified candidates
Why pursue an Advanced Master at Solvay Brussels School?
Learn more about the practical and intensive one-year postgraduate programs offered by the Solvay Brussels School. You are finishing your studies, you have no (or little) professional experience?...
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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.