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Upcoming programme edition

Date(s):
4 core modules, complemented with electives of your choice. Dates core modules: 19-21 October 2017; 14-16 December 2017; 25-27 January 2018; 22-24 March 2018; 24 October 2018. Dates of the electives depend on the one(s) you choose. Next to that there are 2 webinars (17/10/2017 & 8/11/2017) and 2 project sounding boards (18/04/2018 & tbc) included in the programme. Eager to get started? Earlier start possible via pre-programme elective system. Get in touch for more information!

Length:
21 days

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

Language:
English

Fee:
12995 euros (excl. 21% VAT)
+ 1945 euros (excl. 21% VAT) (seminar costs such as catering, readings and documentation). Travel and hotel costs are not included in the fee.

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