Académie Universitaire Wallonie-Bruxelles
The 8th of June 2004, the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), the Université de Mons (UM) and the Faculté polytechnique de Mons (FPMs) decided to associate themselves to create the "Académie Universitaire Wallonie-Bruxelles".
The Academy represents, for the partner institutions, an opportunity to reinforce the partnerships already existing. It also aims at becoming a key-actor in the intellectual, social and economical development of the region where the partner institutions are located.
The objective of the Academy is to acquire a greater visibility at the international level. In that perspective, the Academy is developing new partnerships with the University of Lille and of Valenciennes in north of France.
More info at : www.academiewb.be
Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management (Université Libre de Bruxelles) is a complete centre of learning. More than 500 lecturers teach over 12,000 hours of courses to more than 2,000 students each year. The school is part of the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB). ULB has recently been ranked among the Top 20 European universities by the Financial Times. ULB also holds the double accrediation: AMBA and EQUIS. The Solvay Business School (ULB) benefits from a strong Doctoral School and is a first choice university for its 80 doctoral students from 18 countries.
More info at: www.solvay.edu
The Faculté Warocqué is the Business School of the Université de Mons - UMONS. It was created in 1899 and has always had a strong interest in international studies. It provides various bachelors and masters degrees in business education and has been one of the first academic centers in Belgium to develop research in microfinance. It is one of the partners of the Solvay Business School in the Doctoral School in Management Studies.
More info at : http://portail.umons.ac.be/en2/universite/facultes/warocque/pages/default.aspx
Paris-Dauphine University, established in 1968, constitutes a centre of excellence in research and teaching in the field of public and private organizations and their environments. Its research potential in organizational sciences is unsurpassed in France, with 24 research centres, 446 professors and 550 doctoral students. Each year, permanent staff are joined by over 1,000 business professionals to provide training to over 7,500 students and adults in the fields of management, law, economics, management technology, decision-making processes and sociology. These subjects give students clear insight into how organizations are structured and run, and how they interact with their economic, social, political and cultural environments.
Paris-Dauphine University offers over 80 degree courses whose objectives and content are designed to optimise employment prospects and professional development.
More info at: www.dauphine.fr