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Upcoming programme edition

Date(s):
Evening sessions (19-22h): 13 February 2017; 6, 13 and 20 March 2017; 18 and 24 April 2017; 6 June 2017
Day session (9-17h): 8 May 2017
Residential seminars: 20-21 February 2017 and 2-3 May 2017
Panel sessions (19-22h): 1x on 27, 28 or 30 March 2017 and 1x between 9 May & 2 June 2017
Final presentation (15-22h): 26 June 2017

Length:
7 evening sessions + 1 day session + 2 residential sessions + 2 panel sessions + 1 final presentation

Venue(s):
Vlerick Campus Brussels , Vlerick Campus Ghent , Vlerick Campus Leuven

Language:
Dutch

Fee:
3895 euros (excl. 21% VAT)
+ 345 euro catering costs and 245 euro documentation costs

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