The Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management (SBS-EM) is the leading centre for economics and management in the French Community of Belgium.
The Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management (SBS-EM) was established in 2008, through the merger of the Solvay Business School (SBS) and the Economics Department of the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB).
The new SBS-EM has become an entity of 2.700 bachelor's and master's students, of which more than 1.700 are undergraduates, making it the largest school of its type in the French Community. The School is proud to announce that it now has 51 full-time and 70 part-time professors, eight Competence Centres and three renowned research centres: the Emile Bernheim Centre, Ecares and the Dulbea.
The mission of the SBS-EM is to generate and share knowledge in the disciplines of economics and management in order to train professional and responsible actors and to fulfil the needs of governance, efficiency and innovation in our constantly mutating society.
The SBS-EM aspires to become the reference for students, businesses and institutes seeking the very highest levels of teaching and research in the disciplines of economics and management in Europe.
The Executive Programme in Real Estate
The Executive Programme in Real Estate Management is intended to provide professionals in this sector with third level management training covering the various aspects of their profession.
Designed for all those who, in the context of their profession, come into contact with the real estate business, developers, real estate departments of banks, institutional investors, real estate agencies active in the field of corporate real estate, the corporate real estate departments of large companies, public town planning authorities and other professions relating to corporate real estate, as well as those wishing to complete their training in order to redirect their career towards the real estate business.
Together with the Polish Council of Shopping Centers, the largest property industry association of Poland, the Solvay Brussels School starts a post-graduate programme in real estate as from September 2012 in Warsaw.
Developed around the core modules of the Brussels based programme and supplemented with the specifics of real estate in the largest economy of Central Europe, this one-year programme is geared towards Polish real estate industry professionals.
Jean-Paul Loozen, Professor at Solvay Brussels School.