In the new program, students will study in both Paris and Brussels

Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management

Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management and the ENPC School of International Management in Paris have announced the launch of a joint MBA program.
 
The total length of the new MBA program is fifteen months, and will be split into three five-month parts. For the first part of the program, students will study in Brussels; for the second part they will be in Paris. In the last leg of the program, students can either do an internship or consultancy, or write a business plan.
 
The in-class portions of the program will be taught in four-day blocks, so that students can live in one city and commute to the other. The MBA program will also be offered in a flexible format - which can be completed over three years.
 
Students in the MBA program will also have the opportunity to go on study trips to Silicon Valley, Shanghai, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City or Casablanca.
 
 
Photo: Antonio Ponte / Creative Commons

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