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Date(s):
2 May 2022: Live online introduction webinar (12PM - 1PM)
9 - 10 May 2022: Brussels Campus
9 June 2022: Live online mid-programme webinar (11AM - 12PM)
16 - 17 June: Ghent Campus

Length:
4 days

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

Language:
English

Fee:
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