Hear from some of our alumni as they share their Executive MBA experiences. If you’d like to chat to one of our almuni, please let us know and we’ll set up an introduction.

Maria Garcia Salmones

Maria Garcia Salmones studied engineering before moving into finance and risk management roles at Euroclear, a Belgian financial services company. But by 2016, she was ready for a career change. This took her to Vlerick – and the Executive MBA.

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Benoît Hansez

Benoît Hansez was working as a employment and labor lawyer, advising corporations – but never truly becoming involved in implementing ideas or creating strategy and resolving day-to-day issues of employees.

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Sara Lesina

In 2016, Sara Lesina was a marketer at agricultural giant Cargill. She liked the company and her role – but after seven years at the organisation, she was starting to feel restless about her future.

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Oliver Regidor

In his professional life, Oliver Regidor has always had two big passions – information technology and people. He believes that technology empowers people and that people are essential to transformation.

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Floris Desmedt

Floris De Smet has spent his professional life as a highly-trained scientist, dedicated to taking care of animals. But he’s always nurtured entrepreneurial ambitions too. So in 2018 he decided to make the leap and join the Executive MBA at Vlerick. Two years on, he is almost ready to graduate – and turn his entrepreneurial dreams into reality.

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Sebastien Spencer

Sebastian Spencer already had an impressive resumé when he decided to take part in an Executive MBA programme at Vlerick. A specialist medical doctor, university lecturer and instructor, he had just transitioned from a Head of Emergency Medicine position to become the Medical Director of a 500-bed hospital in Brussels.

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Ruben Lieten

Ruben Lieten was a highly-qualified research scientist, working in the super high-tech field of semiconductors. He had always wanted to start something on his own – but thought he lacked the business knowledge to make a success of it.

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