Experience our Brussels campus via your own event, conference or meeting

In September Vlerick Business School officially opened its brand new, state-of-the-art Brussels campus. Like our other campuses it’s a stimulating and inspiring place where students, academics, entrepreneurs and executives of all different backgrounds, levels of experience and ambitions come together to exchange knowledge, develop new insights and launch new ventures in a spirit of openness and mutual respect. Moreover it’s a place where our alumni and client base meet our new clients, the expat community and international top talents. Besides providing state-of-the-art teaching and research, we also invite companies to take part in this experience by organising their event, conference or meeting in this unique high-tech location in the heart of some of Europe’s most vibrant cities.

Whether you want to organise a meeting for just a few people or a more large-scale event or conference, our Brussels campus offers your company 4,800 m² of high-quality, modern and flexible training and meeting facilities, designed to encourage interaction and collaboration. There’s even a wide variety of catering services available. At Vlerick Business School, we endeavour to exceed your expectations when it comes to organising events or meetings at our campus. 

Following organisations and institutes made use of our new facilities: Lindsky, AT Kearney, Florence School of Regulation EU Energy & Climate Policy Forum, Data Projection conference, Amrop, BDO, BNP Paribas Fortis and Belgacom.

More information on our Brussels campus as a location for your event or meeting.

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