- 5 Masters
- Private Institution Type
In 1985, Solvay students created the first Restos du Coeur, a charity feeding and helping people in need. The idea then spread in France thanks to a famous stand-up comedian named Coluche.
Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management (SBS-EM) teaches a wide range of professionalising programmes for young students aspiring to a career in management as well as for junior and mid-level managers looking to expand their professional reach.
The SBS-EM is a research-based institution, in two respects. First, the duty of all core faculty members includes the production of scientific output (publications, conferences, case studies) and the supervision of PhD candidates.
Second, the SBS-EM provides an infrastructure for research, through its four main research centres, the Centre Emile Bernheim, DULBEA, ECARES and iCiTE, and their doctoral schools. Over the past 5 years, many publications have been produced, including many articles in international scientific journals and books.
What you learn at University is important, but selling yourself and your newly acquired knowledge to your dream employer is as important. So make the best of your time before graduating to develop those valuable skills. In order to ensure you are working towards the correct objective and in the appropriate way, the SBS-EM offers a number of career development services to its students.
The Career Services team will allow you to prepare for the market, understand what you want to do and how to get it. Throughout the year, a series of workshops on how to write a CV and application letters, interview simulations and other activities will provide students with practical guidance in their approach to their future.
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Solvay Schools Alumni is the association regrouping all the graduates from the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management ULB and the Solvay Business School VUB. Representing a network of 23,000+ Alumni, in more than 85 countries worldwide, our Alumni are present in all sectors of activities.
Solvay Schools Alumni organizes around 50 activities and conferences every year, aiming at providing to its members professional lifelong learning, career services, support and networking opportunities.
Thanks to an extensive online database and the annual edition of its yearbook, Solvay Schools Alumni gives the opportunity to all its alumni to keep in touch, for professional and social meetings.
The Campus Recruitment service was created within the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management. Its purpose is to build bridges between students and companies through a wide range of recruiting events.
Workshops, conferences, mock interviews or customised meetings are organised nearly every week. Once a year, the Solvay Career Days take place. This event gathers dozens of companies from all sectors; the Campus Recruitment thus allows every year numerous students to significantly improve their professional skills, find the perfect internship or get the job of their dreams.
The Solvay Brussels School – Student Consulting Club (SCC) is a student organisation, part of the Bureau Etudiant (BE), which promotes entrepreneurship and offers students the opportunity to develop their professional skills and relevant practical experience.
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Solvay has had quite a reputation for years. However, this reputation is out of date. Today, Solvay offers overly theoretical courses given by mediocre professors in crowded auditoriums. The infrastructure and support are poor during bachelor years, and become decent only when reaching masters.
The quality of teachers is very satisfactory
So far, I don't think the courses are satisfactory