Meet our Full-time MBA alumni

When you join our full-time MBA, you become part of an international group of professionals, all with different backgrounds and experiences. It’s often a one-in-a-lifetime opportunity to gain a truly international perspective – and to understand the busines world through a prism of different points of view.

Andres Reyes - Colombia

Andres Reyes says sales is his calling. But after 10 years as a salesman in his native Colombia, he’d come to a point where he felt a bit stuck.

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Rebeca Munoz Solano – Costa Rica

When Rebeca Muñoz was considering her next career move, she decided to make big changes. Already a highly skilled accountant, with eight years at a huge American corporation under her belt, she decided to set herself an even greater challenge.

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Varun Agarwal – India

After graduating with an engineering degree, Varun Agarwal spent six years in technical roles. But when his job evolved to include more business responsibilities, he decided to explore the corporate world a little further. So he travelled from India to Belgium to embark on Vlerick’s Full-Time MBA. Now he’s a consultant, combining his technical expertise with finely-honed business skills

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Sofia Leposavic – Canada

After gaining experience in a variety of roles – including HR for Scotiabank and at Simon Fraser university, in her home country, Canada – Sofia Leposavic decided it was time to upgrade her education. An MBA was something I always had in the back of my mind,” she says. “It’s a way to get into the roles I always saw myself in.”

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Valerie De Clerck – Belgium

Valérie De Clerck’s varied career has taken her from veterinarian at an equine hospital to scientific researcher at a fertility start-up – then to scientific communication advisor at a pet food company. Then she decided it was time to develop her skills further.

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Accreditations
& Rankings

Equis Association of MBAs AACSB Financial Times