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 postgraduate programmes confer Advanced Master degrees in focused areas for Master students with no or limited professional experience (normally maximum 3 years).
Advanced Masters are designed as full-time programmes for one academic year, and represent 60 ECTS each. Invest in your future, join one of our Advanced Masters ! With a placement rate 3 months after graduation of nearly 90% for our graduates in finance and 80% for those in marketing and innovation, discover how our Advanced Masters can help you launch your career !
Innovation & Strategic Management
Innovation & Entrepreneurship
⚑ Join our upcoming information evening on March 27th!
Learn more about the programs, the participants profiles, the faculty, the admission process and the job opportunities, introduced in details by the Academic Directors.
NOT SURE WHICH ADVANCED MASTER IS FOR YOU?
Take our Orientation Quiz and find out which one of Solvay Advanced Masters is the most in line with your interests and career objectives.
“Become a new generation of quants. Be the first to acquire the training that financial firms seek relentlessly”
“If you are eager to embed innovation in existing organisations and leverage technology in businesses in a smarter way, this Master is designed for you.”
“High potential people need to mix state-of-the-art management skills with entrepreneurial mindset. This is one of the core objectives of this program with a unique learning mix of knowing, doing and being capabilities.”
“This is arguably the most impressive cast of professors of any university financial markets programme in Europe”
“All recent marketing successes (Apple, Nespresso, eBay,….) come from superior creativity, whether it’s market creation or radically new ways to imagine supply chains.”
“The economy is increasingly globalised. Our Advanced Master is a unique offer for those who want to think beyond borders.”