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Upcoming programme edition

Evening sessions (19h-22h): 16 December 2021; 13 January 2022; 10 February 2022; 17 March 2022; 21 and 28 April 2022
Day sessions (9h-17h30): 9 and 10 December 2021; 3, 17, 18 and 24 February 2022
Panel sessions (19h-22h): 1x on 18 January 2022 and 1x between 11 March and 20 April 2022
Final presentation (16h-22h): 19 May 2022

10 days

Vlerick Brussels Campus , Vlerick Ghent Campus , Vlerick Leuven Campus


6295 euros (excl. 21% VAT)

Financial Benefits


Vlaams Opleidingsverlof (Flemish Training Leave):
This programme is eligible for the Flemish Training Leave benefit. Under certain conditions, employees in the private sector are entitled to Flemish Training Leave – which means that they may be absent from work to participate in training, while their wages continue to be paid. In compensation, the employer can be reimbursed a lump sum up to €1022,40. Find more info and conditions at:

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