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Solvay Brussels School of Economics & Management - Executive Education

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Established in 1903, Solvay Brussels School of Economics & Management is a Faculty of the Université libre de Bruxelles. It currently holds a leading position in Europe for research and education in the fields of Economics and Management. The school‘s core mission is to train business leaders and entrepreneurs with the ability to adapt to the ever-changing nature of Society and to shape tomorrow’s world.

Solvay Brussels School of Economics & Management − in brief

The time when the great business schools educated managers for life is over. The global economy, digital transformation, and the evolution of collaboration models are all factors that demand a continuous enrichment of your managerial and sector-based skills.

Today, the managerial function requires a mind-set of analysis, agility and leadership, and a great capacity for innovation and openness to meet all the challenges that arise in a world in perpetual motion. It requires regularly combining an active life and continuing education − to integrate new competencies and renew your know-how and your business knowledge. The Solvay Brussels School of Economics & Management helps you meet this tremendous challenge. To be, and remain, a manager perfectly in tune with the latest trends of your business, the tools and metrics that go with it, and the insights on which your leadership is built. Much more than a program, we offer you a guiding hand throughout your career. To build your managerial journey, and enable you to achieve your objectives and to fully blossom in your life as a manager. Over the years, the Solvay Brussels School has become an important catalyst for observation, reflection, and innovation in the market.

Between research and practice

Our programs are the result of faculty research combined with practice in the field through the many renowned practitioners who are also part of our faculty. By joining the Solvay Brussels School of Economics & Management, you benefit from a unique experience, comprising scientific knowledge, highly rigorous content in economics and management, practical case studies, simulations based on the latest technologies, fascinating seminars, and teamwork that allow you to replicate company dynamics. You catch our enthusiasm for a management style that’s active, in motion, resolutely positive, and visionary.

"Solvay Brussels School of Economics & Management helps you build your career, reach your goals, and fully develop yourself professionally."

Solvay Brussels School of Economics & Management − in a few figure

  • 68 full-time lecturers
  • 400 part-time top managers and professionals
  • 2 Socrates Awards (for a professor’s quality of teaching)
  • 3.000 students, 23.500 alumni
  • 105 active bilateral cooperation agreements (student exchange) in more than 40 countries
  • 340 Erasmus students graduating each year

The Solvay Brussels School of Economics & Management is part of the Free University of Brussels. It is accredited by EQUIS and AMBA and is one of the founders of the Quantitative Techniques for Economics and Management (QTEM) program, a network of several renowned business schools in full expansion.

International Perspective & Accreditations

Internationalization is at the core of our school’s vision and mission.

Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management, located in the cosmopolitan heart of Belgium and Europe, has been an international school from its very inception.

The internationalization strategy of the school is based on three pillars: international stakeholders, the global reach of our students, and international visibility.


The Solvay Brussels Schools of Economics and Management has ambitions and hopes to crown its efforts to be a leading school by obtaining the three major international accreditations – also named the Triple Crown: AMBA, EQUIS, and AACSB. We are well underway: we are already AMBA and EQUIS accredited and in the process to obtain the AACSB accreditation.

Why is this so important? Because leading schools are accredited, meaning that their peers recognize the international high quality of the research and educational programs of the school. Accreditations provide a school with a quality standard framework that enables the school to present its uniqueness: its vision, mission, and ambitions. And, of course, accreditations focus on the achievement of the school’s premises. An accredited school is a school that delivers. It is as simple as that.

These accreditations are increasingly important in a global world, just as rankings are: they communicate high quality, they assure delivery of a promise, and guarantee that a school is well connected with society. Accreditations show that the school has clear ambitions and aspirations and that the school not only has the will or determination to deliver high quality but actually succeeds in delivering that quality as defined by the school itself but recognized by its international peers.


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