The Antwerp International Business School is an independent private institution, affiliated with the International University of Belgium. Campus locations are Antwerp, Brussels and Ghent. Courses are offered at the undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate level, while the study programs are constantly kept up to date with the Global Council for Management Education. Furthermore, the school aims to develop long-term relationships with other institutions around the world, and this is supported by the International Student Mobility Initiative. The career-oriented programs that the school... See full description.
Boston University Brussels is part of Boston University's Metropolitan College (MET), which is made up of seventeen degree granting colleges. The Brussels campus was established in 1972, and with this step Boston University became the first major American university to offer graduate business management degrees in Europe. The school there greatly focuses on international business, and the student body consists of a great variety of nationalities and cultures. Participants have usually gained a number of years of work experience. Classes are held throughout the day or during weekday... See full description.
Brussels Business School is a private, independent international business school, focused on delivering flexible business and management programs. The educational opportunities offered are at the undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate levels. These are offered in a uniquely diverse, multicultural, but English-speaking environment. Some of the options available at the school include Business and Entrepreneurship, Finance and Economics, Marketing and Management, Master of Arts in Human Resource Management, Master of Science in Operations Management, as well as a number of Business... See full description.