The contents of education are described in curricula. AMFM curricula are programme learning objectives based (PLO) and structured into levels. The contents of the curricula are reviewed annually.


Programme Learning Objective (PLO): 

Learning objectives are statements that describe significant and essential learning that lifelong learners have achieved, and can reliably demonstrate at the end of the programme. Each course contribute in varios degree to the learning objectives (Not covered, Introduction, Reinforcement, Mastery)


Learning Outcomes (CLOs):

Course Learning outcomes are statement that  state the level of understanding and performance the learner is expected to reach upon engaging with the teaching and learning activities.


Teaching & Learning Activities (TLAs):

Teaching activities are to be understood as the methods used to help learners achieve the  learning outcomes. Learning activities are the different ways of implementing these methods. They are the experiences that allow learners to achieve learning outcomes.



What are the Programme Learning Objectives (PLOs)?

By the end of the programme, the learners will be able to: 

  • PLO 1.1 ... Display critical thinking and develop autonomous learning strategies and techniques
  • PLO 2.1 … Focus on sustainable development and demonstrate work ethics to foster  a socially responsible behaviour
  • PLO 3.1 … Work and communicate effectively as part of a team in an international and multicultural environment
  • PLO 4.1 … Adopt a scientific approach to quantitative and qualitative data collection, research and analysis and communicate results with clear, structured and  sophisticated arguments

Learning Group 2023-2024

Compulsory Course


AMFM 103-23-Corporate Finance and Valuation

AMFM 104-23-Overview of Financial Markets and Regulation

AMFM 105-23-Corporate Reporting

AMFM 107-23-Sustainable Finance

AMFM 120-23-Fintech



Optional Course


AMFM 102-23-Excel for Finance and VBA

Compulsory Courses


AMFM 106-23-European Financial Integration and Banking Regulation (Part I) and (Part II)
AMFM 109-23-Investment Banking
AMFM 110-23-Portfolio & Investments
AMFM 111-23-Financial Infrastructures
AMFM 112-23-Risk & Risk Management in Financial Institutions
AMFM 113-23-Alternative Investments Part I (Hedge Funds)
AMFM 114-23-The Banking Environment
AMFM 115-23-ALM, Fair Values and Balance Sheet Optimisation
AMFM 116-23-M&A Valuation & Case Study
AMFM 118-23-Asset Pricing Practice
AMFM 119-23-Real Estate Investing
AMFM 121-23-Banking Analysis - Practice
AMFM 122-23-Insurance Markets
AMFM 123-23-Alternative Investments Part II (Private Equity)



Elective Courses


AMFM 117-23-Data Science for Business
AMFM 124-23-Machine Learning


Optional Course


AMFM 108-23-Coaching and Personal Development




AMFM 125-23-Internship

Untitled design (4)-Jan-18-2024-04-05-51-0564-PM



in Financial Time Executive Education Open 2023:


74th Global

Why Solvay Lifelong Learning

Solvay Lifelong Learning (SLL) is the best known and trusted executive education business school in Belgium on a mission to train business leaders and entrepreneurs with the ability to adapt to the ever-changing nature of society and to shape tomorrow’s world.