From all of us, to all of you: Thank you!

Over the last two months 1351 executive programme participants, 264 masters students and 220 MBA students took the leap to learn online with us. You knew that because of our vast experience in online learning, we could turn more than 40 campus-based programmes into live online learning journeys.

Thank you

  • for your trust and your confidence in making the shift to online with us. 
  • for your relentless interactivity and enthusiasm, and for making online as exciting as offline. 
  • for sharing the many examples of how our programmes help you make a real impact and help your organisations and society thrive, even in difficult circumstances. 
  • for your feedback, your flexibility and the many, many positive messages you’ve sent us.

And last but not least:

Thank you for the fun we’ve all had learning new things, questioning old habits and reinventing ourselves.
You have no idea how much this means to all of us.

We count our blessings for being surrounded with such a warm and supportive Vlerick community.

So from all of us to all of you:
THANK YOU! You rock!

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