Kathrin Buschmann, Google Ireland
"My M3 degree at Vlerick was the best preparation for my career. We took part in several projects conducted in cooperation with companies such as ABInbev, L’Oréal and The Phone House. In September 2011, I started work as a consultant for German media agencies. It’s a challenging job given the very fast-spaced environment. I enjoy working in such an innovative, young and motivated environment and believe that my time at Vlerick was the perfect preparation."
Giulia Gasperi, Insites Consulting
Quantitative Research Consultant
"Trying to summarize my Vlerick year in a couple of sentences is not exactly an easy task. The entire year was packed with challenges, experiences and emotions. Whether brief assignments or month-long projects, each was a window on the world of business, if not a stepping stone… Most importantly, as an international student I quickly felt at home: experienced and inspiring faculty members, warm and friendly Vlerick staff and precious new friendships made it a truly unforgettable year."
Category Sales Specialist
"Our study trip to Dublin formed the perfect bridge between the courses we had at Vlerick and the in-company project. At the UCD Michael Smurfit School of Business in Dublin we had some classes together with the UCD marketing students and we worked together on a marketing campaign for a non-governmental organisation. We also visited Google and were shown around the famous Google offices by a Vlerick alumnus. And last but not least, we had the pleasure of visiting (and tasting) Guinness and joining the bustling night scene of Dublin."
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