Master Challenges

At Vlerick Business School we want to challenge the future generation with real-life cases from different sectors.

During one day, final year students with different backgrounds, will work in teams on a real-life company case. The winning teams presenting the most creative and comprehensive solution will walk away with a €1,500 reduction on the tuition fee for one of our advanced Masters Programmes.

M&A Challenge

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Date: Saturday 30 November 2019
Location: Vlerick Business School Brussels campus

The Vlerick M&A challenge is one of the largest business competitions in Belgium, giving you the opportunity to discover the field of M&A first-hand. During one day, students will work in teams on a real-life M&A case. They will have to analyse a recent M&A deal, guided by our renowned faculty.

Next Gen Battle

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Date: 2019 edition will be anounced soon
Location: Vlerick Business School Ghent Campus


To challenge future marketers into innovative thinking, we organise the Vlerick Next Gen Marketing Battle. The concept is pretty straightforward: we put young masters graduates to the test with a real-life marketing challenge, proposed by a big FMCG company. After the Next Gen Battle, the different teams will present their most creative and comprehensive solution to the FMCG jury.

Venture Challenge

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Date: 2019 edition will be anounced soon
Location: Vlerick Business School Leuven Campus



The Vlerick Venture Challenge is the ideal opportunity to prove that you have the right entrepreneurial blood in your veins. During this one day event, student teams of 4 to 5 people have to come up with an innovative idea that responds to a disruptive trend (eg. Smart Cities, Artificial Intelligence...). Next edition to be announced soon!

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