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 evenings, which means students have the chance of earning a graduate degree within 18–24 months while working full-time. The graduate options available include Master of Science in Leadership (MSL) and Master of Arts in International Relations (MAIR).
- Business Administration
- Human Resources
- International Business
- International Relations
Blvd. du Triomphe, 39, Brussels, Belgium, 1160
New England Association of Schools and Colleges, American Council on Education, Association of American Colleges, Association of Urban Universities, Council of Graduate Schools in the United States, EDUCOM Interuniversity Communications Council, Institute of International Education