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Upcoming programme edition

Date(s):
Each session runs from 7-10.30 pm, with exception of session 2 (5-10.30pm) and session 7 (1-7 pm)

Session 1: Thursday 07/10/2021 @ Ghent
Session 2: Monday 18/10/2021 @ Ghent
Session 3: Thursday 28/10/2021 @ Btech, Deinze
Session 4: Tuesday 09/11/2021 @ Brussels
Session 5: Thursday 25/11/2021 @ Ghent
Session 6: Wednesday 01/12/2021 @ Brussels
Session 7: Thursday 16/12/2021 @ Ghent

Length:
4 days

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

Language:
Dutch

Fee:
2495 euros (excl. 21% VAT)

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