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Learn to face the effects of global internationalisation for your company.
Learn now how to improve your management and leadership skills.
Progressing into a management role? Recognise the impact your behaviour has on others, and develop and strengthen the skills and approaches that are vital to your team’s success.
What’s your path to success? Build critical management skills and learn to manage to your full potential.
A learning experience with real impact on your operations? A management programme tailored to the specific needs of your business? Contact us and discover how we can design and deliver customised programmes for your team that add genuine value to your organisation.
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Research at Vlerick is divided into 11 specific knowledge domains. These knowledge domains form a strong academic grounding for a variety of both long and short-focused management programmes. Our faculty are all recognised experts in their respective fields with strong ties to both the academic and corporate worlds. As a result they offer the best of both these worlds: highly pragmatic education programmes with solid theoretical foundations, based on the latest research and business insights.
We have built special expertise within a number of industries that are close to the Vlerick Business School’s core activities. Industries that can be directly linked with our faculty and the School. This specific knowledge is translated into management programmes customised to the needs of your business environment. Find out how we can contribute directly to growth in your sector.
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Our programme finder allows you to find the management programme that best fits your needs.
Prof Walter Van Dyck, director Management Programmes