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Upcoming programme edition

Evening sessions (19-22h: 30 November 2017; 11 and 25 January 2018; 8 and 22 February 2018; 15 and 22 March 2018
Day session (9-17h): 26 April 2018
Residential seminars: 23-24 November 2017 and 8-9 March 2018
Panel sessions (19-22h): 1x on 15, 16 or 18 January 2018 and 1x between 26 March & 20 April 2018
Final presentation (15-22h): 17 May 2018

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

Vlerick Campus Brussels , Vlerick Campus Ghent , Vlerick Campus Leuven


5195 euros (excl. 21% VAT)
+ 495 euros catering costs and 250 euros other costs

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20 Apr
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09 May
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02 Jun
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