In one of their modules abroad, it took MBA students to Brussels to the Solvay Brussels School of Economics. In addition to global economics, competition policy and European financial policy, the programme also included a number of attractions in Belgium's capital.
The Atomium in the north and the sculpture "Manneken Pis" in the centre of the city were only two of the attractions the ISM students visited during their week-long stay. A visit to the European Quarter of the European Commission was also a must.
"Staff from various Directorates-General gave us a good insight into numerous topics such as the European internal market, agricultural policy and lobbying," says MBA student Sanela Hadic. "Some of the speakers have years of experience in the European Commission and were able to give us a good overview of the main events. In addition to the international module in Brussels, stays in the USA, India and Hong Kong are an integral part of the MBA program at ISM.
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