Strategy Boot Camp
Tailor your programme with a hands-on boot camp
Our boot camps are designed to immerse you in the specifics of a well-defined domain. For three weeks, you'll attend advanced classes, take part in in-depth exercises and apply your knowledge to real-life challenges. Our boot camp offer is renewed every year based on student and employer demand.
Get a taste of our boot camps by watching last year's edition of Strategic Innovation in the Energy sector
MIMS students can choose one of the following boot camps:
Strategic Innovation in:
- Financial Services
Digital technology is a major disruptive force today in the financial services sector. Discover new business models that emerge both in large technology companies and Fintech start-ups.
Shape the future of the energy industry and impress business leaders and policy makers with your business model innovations. This boot camp partly takes place in Florence so that students get a taste of the international executive education program that is jointly organised by Vlerick and Florence school of regulation.
Get immersed in the specifics of healthcare, a public-private sector in which the need for change is key. Learn how to act upon the newest trends and innovations in the field of healthcare and life sciences.
Get the skills you’ll need to become a junior consultant in a professional services firm active in strategy consulting. Being part of an engagement team the students will have to solve five client cases following a generic problem-solving method typically used by strategy consulting firms
Global Supply Chain Strategy
Learn how to make sound supply chain decisions that make companies more profitable. You’ll be exposed with the major operational problems and issues that confront supply chain managers, and be provided with language, concepts, insights and tools to deal with these issues in order to gain competitive advantage through supply chain management.
*All boot camps are reviewed on a yearly basis and as such, subject to change. Boot camps also need a minimum of participants to take place.