There will be a mix of academic sessions and 2-hour workshops, given by SBS-EM professors and guest speakers. The programme also includes a visit of the EU parliament. Our main purpose is to allow you to experience all aspects of student life in Brussels through a wide range of activities. It is therefore the perfect mixture of education and entertainment.

As Solvay Summer School gives 2 ECTS credits for its courses, you can easily transfer credits to other European Universities using the ECTS system. We do, however, advise that you check with your home institution before applying to the Solvay Summer School, to make sure the credits are transferable.

The main course aims to provide a broad overview and analysis of the business environment in the European Union. Emphasis is placed on European entrepreneurship, geopolitical concerns, and understanding European economic news.

 
Updated on November 15, 2019