Are you looking to hire top talent? The new Vlerick Recruitment guides are out

Recruit @ Vlerick via our Career Services Office

Attracting exceptional talent is a challenge. The Vlerick Career Services Office could be your first step towards finding new high-potential recruits that fit your employment needs. The 2010-2011 classes with talented young professionals from around the world will be graduating soon. Discover the diverse profiles eager to start an ambitious, high-achievement career in the recently issued Vlerick recruitment guides! Apart from these guides Vlerick also has an online recruitment platform where you can browse CVs and post your job vacancies.

Masters Recruitment Guide – Classes of 2011

This Guide presents the highly talented young professionals from around the world who are currently enrolled in one of our Master’s degree programmes: Financial, General and Marketing Management. Our intensive management programmes equip participants with cutting-edge business skills and knowledge that allow them to excel and add value to your organisation. These 10-month programmes will be completed in early July 2011.

Full-time MBA Recruitment Guide – Class of 2011

This year’s graduating group is diverse with 87 people from 41 different nationalities, and with a wide range of professional and managerial backgrounds. They came to Vlerick with strong skill sets developed throughout their career in many business areas including finance, banking, marketing, manufacturing, engineering, general management and consulting. Our intense and innovative general management programme provides participants with the additional skills and knowledge they need to advance in organisations. This class will complete their 12-month programme at the end of August 2011 and will be fully prepared to tackle whatever challenges the world of business throws at them.

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