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The School’s programmes are general and multidisciplinary. With their master’s degree, SBS-EM graduates can work in many positions in various industries.

The School offers two bachelor programmes (3 years, 180 credits) taught in French (the second language is English, then Dutch*): Business Engineering and Economics. The former provides the foundations necessary to educate future leaders and entrepreneurs. The latter has been designed as a platform articulating economics and management.


*or German in case of an exemption for students who haven’t attended Dutch classes in their last two years of secondary school. Students who wish to work in Belgium are strongly encouraged to learn Dutch.
 

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Our Bachelor Programmes

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The Bachelor degree in Economics is recognised as being strong in quantitative methods (Mathematics, Statistics and Econometrics) that are aimed at building the foundations for economic modelling. The programme obviously includes both basic and more advanced economics courses: Introductory and Intermediate Micro and Macroeconomics, Monetary Theory, Industrial Economics, Public Economics as well as Labour Economics. At the end of this Bachelor degree, students are naturally prepared for pursuing any Master programme in Economics.
The School believes that managers and economists both benefit from integrating knowledge from the two disciplines. This is why the Bachelor in Economics also includes basic Management courses (particularly accounting and finance). These Management basics thus prepare the students for a Master in Management Science as well.


English: 0%
French: 100%




Distribution of credits per sectors, without minors

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Economics: microeconomics, macroeconomics, industrial economy, international economy, etc.
Quantitative methods: mathematics, statistics, econometrics, informatics
Languages: English, Dutch**
Management: accounting, management control, finance, marketing, human resources management, etc.
Human Sciences: psychology, sociology, economic history, economic geography, etc.
Law: private law, commercial law, tax law, labor law, etc.





* The distribution of the languages is provided for information purposes only and is calculated without the minors
** The teaching of Dutch can be replaced by German (only if the student didn't follow Dutch classes during its last two years of secondary school)

 

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The Bachelor degree in Business Engineering still implements the original vision of Ernest Solvay at the time he created the School: to educate men and women to become entrepreneurs, managers and leaders.
Today, the Bachelor programme still provides an academic foundation for students who want to become entrepreneurs and leaders and develops their understanding of the industrial processes and challenges of the 21st century, along with their knowledge of the legal, economic and social environment of the business.
This Bachelor degree is a unique programme with a very strong component of hard-sciences, including Physics and Chemistry.

Much importance is also placed on learning foreign languages: Dutch and English are taught during the three years of the programme.


English: 0%
French: 100%




Distribution of credits per sectors, without minors

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Quantitative methods: mathematics, statistics, econometrics, informatics
Management: accounting, management control, finance, marketing, human resources management, etc.
Languages: English, Dutch**
Exact Sciences: physics, chemistry
Human Sciences: psychology, sociology, economic history, economic geography, etc.
Economics: microeconomics, macroeconomics, industrial economy, international economy, etc.
Law: private law, commercial law, tax law, labor law, etc.


 

* The distribution of the languages is provided for information purposes only and is calculated without the minors
**The teaching of Dutch can be replaced by German (only if the student didn't follow Dutch classes during its last two years of secondary school)

 

Access the full programme here

 

 

 

Important: our Bachelor programmes are mainly taught in French.


Updated on June 20, 2019