Join Vlerick Alumni

join vlerick alumni 

In 1958, Professor André Vlerick co-founded the Vlerick Alumni Association. Its mission? To spark entrepreneurship, to keep in touch with classmates and to stimulate lifelong learning at Vlerick Business School.

But that was 60 years ago. Today, the world has become more global, complex and digital. However, our goals remain unchanged. Over 22.000 alumni, spread across the globe, contribute to society and shape the corporate world. In order to continue to move forward for the next 60 years, and build upon the dream of André Vlerick, we ask you to join us.

 

MEMBERSHIPS 2018

SILVER MEMBERSHIP:
65 EUR*
GOLD MEMBERSHIP:
125 EUR*
PLATINUM MEMBERSHIP:
600 EUR*
 Online services  Online services  Online services
   Event participation  Event participation (VIP)
   One-on-one career coaching  One-on-one career coaching
     Invitation to exclusive VIP events

*All prices are including VAT

  
 

ACTIVATE YOUR MEMBERSHIP

Transfer the membership fee to our bank account. You can do this via 2 ways: 

1. Transfer the fee to our bank account number, clearly stating
"Firstname, Lastname, Programme, Graduation Year and chosen formula"

   Vlerick Business School, Reep 1, B-9000 Gent
   IBAN: BE18 7785 9571 6865
   Swift/BIC: GKCC BEBB
 
OR
 
2. Pay online via this link. Please note that an extra fee will be charged by the payment provider
Avoid this fee by transferring the membership fee to our bank account.
 
This is possible with all common credit and debit cards (see below):

Payment methods

 

Keep in mind that a transfer between different banks may take up to 3 working days, it might take 1 working week before you will receive an email mentioning the activation of your membership. Important! This activation email counts as proof of payment for your bookkeeping. It has the same fiscal value as an invoice

 

NEED AN INVOICE?

> Request your invoice here
 

ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS?

Contact us:

 

 

Join Vlerick Alumni

Accreditations
& Rankings

Equis Association of MBAs AACSB Financial Times