The Brussels Management Challenge is aimed at European students from different backgrounds.
- If you study Business or Management, then you must be at least in Year 4.
- If you are a STEM student or if you come from another field, then you must be at least in Year 3.
It is Free. The Brussels Management Challenge is free of charge. However, you will be asked for a 20€ deposit to confirm your registration. This amount will be refunded after you take part in the event. In case you registered but don’t show up on the 24th & 25th of February, we will keep the 20€ deposit as a registration fee.
Each team has to be composed of 5 students from different backgrounds: we advise you a limit of 3 Business/Management (ICHEC) students and a minimum 2 STEM students per team.
The only thing you have to do in order to participate in the Brussels Management Challenge is to register yourself on our website. Click on the register section to start to register and simply follow the guidelines. Once you have fully registered on our website and we have received your 20€ deposit on our bank account, you will be sent a confirmation email.
The dress code is smart/business/corporate.
The term “STEM” stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics and refers to any scientific field such as: Aerospace engineering – Agroecology – Astronomy – Architectural engineering – Bioengineering – Biology – Chemical engineering – (Bio-) Chemistry – Civil engineering – Computer engineering / programming/ science – Data management / science – Dentistry – Electric engineering – Environmental engineering / science – Geography – Geology – Health and safety engineering – Industrial engineering – Mathematics – Medecine – Mechanical engineering – Pharmaceutical sciences – Physics – Science – Software development – Statistics
Regarding studies, the term ” OTHER” refers to any field such as: Art – Anthropology – Archaeology – Architecture – Communication – Criminology – History – Human sciences – Journalism – Law – Modern languages and Letters – Philosophy – Political sciences – Psychology – Roman languages – Social sciences – Sociology – Translation
The term ” Other” also includes STEM and Business management studies.