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Upcoming programme edition

Date(s):
Evening sessions (19h-22h): 24 March 2021; 29 April 2021; 12 and 20 May 2021; 10 and 17 June 2021
Day sessions (9h-17h30): 18 and 19 March 2021; 22 April 2021; 6 May 2021; 27 and 28 May 2021
Panel sessions (19h-22h): 1x on 1 April 2021 and 1x 31 May 2021
Final presentation (15h-22h): 1 July 2021

Length:
10 days

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

Language:
Dutch

Fee:
6295 euros (excl. 21% VAT)

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