What are the benefits of an Advanced Master?
Solvay Brussels School’s Advanced Masters have been developed to create a breed of ‘out-thinkers’ ready to tackle the continual changes of the business world.
These one-year full-time programmes – representing 60 ECTS each – welcome Master students from diverse educational backgrounds with no or limited professional experience (3 years max.).
Every year, we help hundreds of students from all over the world achieve their global career potential through practice-based learning, taught by an exceptional cast of academics and practitioners.
Last year, 85 % of SBS Advanced Masters graduates were employed after 3 months. So, invest in your future, and join one of our Advanced Masters!...........................
ABOUT SOLVAY BRUSSELS SCHOOL
Created in 1903 by Ernest Solvay, the famous Belgian chemical industrial of his times, Solvay Brussels School is the faculty of Economics and Management of the Université libre de Bruxelles, one of the largest universities in Belgium.
Ever since, the school has built up a strong tradition of excellence and innovation in Business and Economics learning, fuelled by deep connections within Brussels’ multinational entrepreneurial network. Today, Solvay Brussels School is indisputably the best known and most trusted business school in Belgium, by both students and employers.
The Campus Life
As one of the biggest universities in Belgium with around 24,000 students every year, the ULB, of which Solvay Brussels School is part, offers a campus with numerous facilities and events: sports, library, medical services, restaurants, concerts, conferences and many other cultural events all through the year.
Brussels: an incredible cosmopolitan environment
Ranked #2nd coolest neighbourhood in Europe by the Guardian!
Triple capital of Europe, Belgium and the Flanders region, Brussels is host to both NATO and the EU headquarters, European base for a large number of international corporations (more than a 1.000 from the United States only), welcoming home for a population of some 300.000 expats, incredibly cosmopolitan… Yet Brussels remains a very relaxed and laid-back town which manages to keep its human scale.
Aline Paris Sekiguchi, participant in the AM in Innovation & Strategic Management, managed to get a 6 month-internship at L'Oréal Benelux even before she graduated.
"The advanced master helped me acquire solid knowledge on corporate strategy and I also feel that I have now a helicopter view on different subjects. The last 6 weeks of the programme, we had to work on a field project. I was involved in a project within Procter & Gamble. I was amazed to see that I was actually putting in practice everything I learned during the previous months."
Sotirios Marinis, participant in the AM in Financial Markets, secured a place in the Market Infrastructures & Payments team at the European Central Bank even before he graduated.
"The reputation of the university, the rigorousness of the programme, the knowledge acquired and the huge support I received from both the staff and the academic faculty made it possible for me to rise to the occasion and successfully tackle this new challenge in my professional life."
Emilie Delfosse, participant in the AM in Financial Markets secured a job as Project Officer at Euroclear Bank even before she graduated.
“As students of Solvay, we have the chance to meet wonderful and very experienced teachers. Valérie Urbain (CEO of Euroclear) was one of them. As I was really interested both in the company and her specific field, Valérie invited me to have a look at the job opportunities at Euroclear and gave me the contact details of the HR department. Three months later, I was able to join the Euroclear family. [...] The programme gives you a great overview and comprehension of the key elements and activities of the Financial Markets."
Vadim Van Tomme, participant in the AM in Innovation & Strategic Management, secured a job as Innovation Enabler at The Factory (a startup within Ernst & Young) even before he graduated.
"Since the Academic Director of the advanced master I follow at Solvay Brussels School works at Ernst & Young, as the ambassador of innovation, I asked him if he could help me with an introduction. He was more than willing to do so, I successfully passed the recruitment process and I managed to get the job I wanted!
Solvay has been the step-up I needed in my career. I acquired hard and soft skills with the help of the hands-on classes that we had, expanded my network and made friends for life."
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…
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Job Placement rate within 3 months after graduation
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Why pursue an Advanced Master at Solvay Brussels School?
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Accredited European School
The Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management (SBS-EM) is accredited by the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS label), the leading worldwide business school accreditation system. Every 3 or 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 inspects 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 represent a benchmark to which they can compare the school's achievements.