hours of lessons including workshops with companies
options to get a concrete idea over the European Business Challenges !
The courses provide a broad overview and analysis of the business environment in the European Union. The main emphasis is put on performance management and geopolitical concerns. The students will be encouraged to take initiatives and prepare strategic and performance driven planning of organizations. The Solvay Summer School provides a certificate of 2 ECTS credits to those who attend at least 75% of the 20 hours of seminars and classes and pass the final examination.
As a participant you will in addition to the main course, choose a tailored option that aims to provide a thorough analysis on specific topics.
See the four available options below.
Today’s institutions need decision-makers with interdisciplinary knowledge who are capable of understanding and solving complex managerial, economic and legal problems. The Public Policies option will allow you to understand how these fields impact each other through public intervention, social behaviors and market dynamics.
The programme focuses on gaining a global understanding of the challenges faced by the European Union in the 21st century with a legal perspective on international relations, geopolitical policies and innovation law through the third industrial revolution.
The Entrepreneurship programme aims to equip students who embrace the entrepreneurial mindset with perspectives on management practices and leadership. With a focus on Business Models Canvas and soft skills, this programme has been designed to foster the ability to think like an entrepreneur.
The Corporate Finance field stresses the importance of understanding the impact of decisions on the financial health of professional activities. The application of quantitative methods and analytical skills will enable you to get a deep understanding of financial portfolio management.
The 2020th Edition takes place from 14th to 23rd August 2020.
Classes begin on Monday morning and end on Thursday afternoon, followed by the final examination on Saturday.