Solvay Brussels School

Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management, located in the cosmopolitan heart of Belgium and Europe, is an international school, from its conception. Its international reach and recognition is tightly linked with its international stakeholders´ network, whose members Solvay considers to be real partners in co-creation.

Solvay Brussels School

Solvay Brussels School
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Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management, located in the cosmopolitan heart of Belgium and Europe, is an international school, from its conception. Its international reach and recognition is tightly linked with its international stakeholders´ network, whose members Solvay considers to be real partners in co-creation.

Solvay Brussels School is located in, you guessed it, Brussels, one of the world’s most culturally diverse cities with well over 150 nationalities all residing in one place. Brussels is home to several leading international organizations (and their headquarters) including European Institutions and NATO. 


Students living in Brussels enjoy strolling through the city and taking in all the luxuries it has to offer. The city is one of the greenest in Europe with forests and public gardens taking up 23% of the city. 

Solvay Brussels School is one of the only business schools worldwide to hold the “triple crown” status, to be accredited by the world’s leading accreditation bodies: EQUIS (by EFMD), AACSB (Association To Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), and AMBA (Association of MBAs). 


To be accredited not only by one of these accreditation bodies, but all three, is a reflection of Solvay Brussels School’s commitment to the highest quality-standard of business education and the institution’s continuous effort in assessing and refining its programs. 

Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management offers several Master’s degree programs as well as two Specialized Master’s degrees in French and English. The programs are multidisciplinary and create opportunities for its students in various industry sectors. Generally, the programs are taught in English or a mix of English and French. 


The Masters programs at Solvay Brussels School include the Master in: Research in Economics; Economic Governance & Public Policy in Europe; Business Economics; Management Science; Business Engineering. 

Solvay Brussels School offers several scholarship packages to Master’s program students. Follow the link to learn more about the available scholarships. 

Every year, Solvay Business School awards a €1,250 prize to the best student in Finance, announced during the Graduation Ceremony. The prize is given in honor of Marie-Christine Adam, a former president of Solvay Business School (former name of the school), and the tradition began in 2000 with the aim of continuing the work she started. 

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Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management, located in the cosmopolitan heart of Belgium and Europe, is an international school, from its conception. Its international reach and recognition is tightly linked with its international stakeholders´ network, whose members Solvay considers to be real partners in co-creation.

Solvay Brussels School is located in, you guessed it, Brussels, one of the world’s most culturally diverse cities with well over 150 nationalities all residing in one place. Brussels is home to several leading international organizations (and their headquarters) including European Institutions and NATO. 


Students living in Brussels enjoy strolling through the city and taking in all the luxuries it has to offer. The city is one of the greenest in Europe with forests and public gardens taking up 23% of the city. 

Solvay Brussels School is one of the only business schools worldwide to hold the “triple crown” status, to be accredited by the world’s leading accreditation bodies: EQUIS (by EFMD), AACSB (Association To Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), and AMBA (Association of MBAs). 


To be accredited not only by one of these accreditation bodies, but all three, is a reflection of Solvay Brussels School’s commitment to the highest quality-standard of business education and the institution’s continuous effort in assessing and refining its programs. 

Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management offers several Master’s degree programs as well as two Specialized Master’s degrees in French and English. The programs are multidisciplinary and create opportunities for its students in various industry sectors. Generally, the programs are taught in English or a mix of English and French. 


The Masters programs at Solvay Brussels School include the Master in: Research in Economics; Economic Governance & Public Policy in Europe; Business Economics; Management Science; Business Engineering. 

Solvay Brussels School offers several scholarship packages to Master’s program students. Follow the link to learn more about the available scholarships. 

Every year, Solvay Business School awards a €1,250 prize to the best student in Finance, announced during the Graduation Ceremony. The prize is given in honor of Marie-Christine Adam, a former president of Solvay Business School (former name of the school), and the tradition began in 2000 with the aim of continuing the work she started. 

Solvay Brussels School

If you are looking to change career, relocate or secure a more challenging role, an MBA could be for you. Whatever your aspirations, an MBA will take you as far as you want to go.

Solvay Brussels School

If you are looking to change career, relocate or secure a more challenging role, an MBA could be for you. Whatever your aspirations, an MBA will take you as far as you want to go.