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Upcoming programme edition

Date(s):
4 core modules of 3 days, complemented with electives of your choice.

Core modules:

  • 26 - 28 April 2021 (Brussels)
  • 14 - 16 June 2021 (Ghent)
  • 13 - 15 September 2021 (Ghent)
  • 11 - 13 October 2021 (Leuven)
Dates for in-company project:
Content coaching: 25 November 2021 (Ghent)
Impact coaching: 8 March 2022 (Ghent)
Projects defences: 28 March 2022 (Brussels)

Dates of the electives depend on the learning path you choose. Eager to get started? Earlier start possible via pre-programme elective system. Get in touch for more information!

Length:
21 days

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

Language:
English

Fee:
15795 euros (excl. 21% VAT)
which includes teaching, supporting materials, project coaching, catering and evening activities. Hotel costs are not included.

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Ann Vereecke
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