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Upcoming programme edition

Date(s):
17/03/2020
Each session runs from 4-8 pm.

  • Session 1: Tuesday 17/03/2020 in Ghent
  • Session 2: Tuesday 31/03/2020 in Ghent

  • Session 3: Tuesday 21/04/2020 in Brussels

  • Session 4: Tuesday 05/05/2020 in Ghent

  • Session 5: Tuesday 19/05/2020 in Brussels

  • Session 6: Tuesday 02/06/2020 at Bank J.Van Breda & C° (Antwerp)

  • Session 7: Thursday 25/06/2020 in Ghent

Length:
7 sessions

Venue(s):
Vlerick Campus Ghent , Vlerick Campus Brussels , Bank J. Van Breda & C°

Language:
Dutch

Fee:
3345 euros (excl. 21% VAT)

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