Solvay Brussels School Economics & Management (SBS-EM) Brussels, Belgium

Address:Solvay Brussels School Economics & Management (SBS-EM)
Avenue Roosevelt 21
1050 Brussels
Solvay Brussels School Economics & Management (SBS-EM)

Studying at the Solvay Brussels School Economics & Management (SBS-EM)

In 1903, Ernest Solvay, the famous Belgian chemical industrial of his times, created a business school within the ULB (Universitélibre de Bruxelles). 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.
Our alumni represent a network of more than 20.000 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 4.000 students, participating in over 30 programmes, including Bachelors, Masters, MBAs, Advanced Masters…

The Location

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 campuswith numerous facilities and events accessible to all students: sports, library, medical services, restaurants, concerts, conferences and many other cultural events all through the year.

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.

Financial Aid

For exceptional applicants to the programme, SBS-EM offers a number of tuition fee waivers based on different parameters, such as merit, needs, and on an early-bird basis. For further information, please contact us.


• 31st worldwide - Financial Times Ranking Global Masters in Management 2014
• 49th in Europe - Financial Times Ranking European Business Schools 2014


Solvay Brussels Schoolis EQUIS- and AMBA-accredited.

Why to study here

Teaching Approach - a hands-on learning experience

Our teaching methods are based on a ‘learning by doing’ approach, offering you the best possible preparation for the realities of professional life. This comprises a blend of in-depth lecture-based teaching, case studies, training and field projects, corporate assignments and mentorship from our practitioner professors. Regular group projects are designed to develop your team spirit and ability to collaborate with others, whilst dealing with different cultures and varied points of view at the same time. These are among the challenges you will face in your future career.

In addition, you receive expert guidance from prestigious faculty throughout the academic year and benefit from the knowledge and best practices shared with you by professors and practitioners.

Career Support - the first step into professional life

The Solvay Career Service helps students all year long by providing varied kinds of support, from CV writing through to personal coaching and mock interviews, and also by organising recruitment events attended by prestigious companies.

Alumni Network - a worldwide community

Every student joining Solvay Brussels School joins a community: from the day of the traditional graduation ceremony, each student becomes a Solvay alumnus, and therefore a member of a network offering career-long support.
Our alumni represent a network of more than 25,000 and are active in a wide range of professional sectors in more than 65 countries around the world. Thanks to its researchers, the alumni network and numerous connections in the business and economics area, Solvay Brussels School enjoys the contribution of many notable professors. Moreover, many of them have reached top management positions in Belgium and in international bodies.