On-campus info session

Fast-track for the next generation of managers.


Monday, 18 September 2023

07H30 AM - 08H00 AM: Presentation of the Programme 

08H00 AM - 08H30 AM: Q/A session with the Academic Director.


We will send you all the practical details via email.

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An intensive general management training for working professionals

In this highly competitive and increasingly complex world, career opportunities can arise when you least expect them. When that happens, young managers and high-potentials in all organisations need to acquire essential management tools and techniques quickly.

The intensive Accelerated Management Programme offers a comprehensive understanding of fundamental management concepts while engaging participants in a creative thinking process to craft the best solutions for their companies.

Presented by Bruno van Pottelsberghe, Academic Director


Bruno van Pottelsberghe is a Professor at Solvay Brussels School and the Academic Director of the Accelerated Management Programme and the Executive MBA. As holder of the Solvay SA chair of Innovation, he teaches and performs research in the field of innovation and intellectual property.

More broadly, his specialities range from economics and management of innovation to economics of intellectual property and evaluation of science and technology policies.

He holds a master in Econometrics and a PhD in Economics from the Université Libre de Bruxelles.

The Modules

The Accelerated Management Programme provides you with fundamentals and core skills in 6 key areas of management:

  • Leadership & Self-Assessment
  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Strategy
  • Project Management

The Participants

The participants are selected from a range of professional backgrounds, across various industries and sectors.
From international organisations and associations to small owned-companies and consultancies, the Accelerated Management Programme (AMP) attracts high-potential employees who have been recently appointed as managers as well as experienced professionals who are transitioning from a technical role (ex: engineering, IT) or staff position to a more supervisory or managerial role.