Inside the Ghent campus

Tuesday, 21 November 2017, 22:56 | Category : Masters
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Tweet The first thing you notice when you visit the Ghent campus is that the building -which is quite old- has been put in a modern jacket. That being said, some of the original structures are still present today. If you have a slight interest in architecture and/or history this is something that will catch your eye. […]

Cultural Diversity Event

Wednesday, 25 October 2017, 14:40 | Category : Event, International Event, Masters
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Tweet On Wednesday 18 October 2017, the masters and FTMBA students brought together their cultures at the Brussels campus: Greece, China, France, Congo, Spain, Finland, Brazil or Korea are only some of the countries represented that day. It was an evening full of  full of tasty drinks and food, in which Vlerick students, staff and faculty had […]

Vlerick masters 2017-2018 kicked-off!

Wednesday, 20 September 2017, 12:57 | Category : Masters
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Tweet September is fully back, and for Vlerick Business School, September means the beginning of a new Academic Year. The 2017-2018 academic year has kicked off with students coming from 34  different countries from all around the globe. They are already immersed in the programmes and attended the first events, including Meet the Corporates and […]

JUGGLING ACADEMICS & BUSINESS (2/2)

Wednesday, 24 May 2017, 8:12 | Category : Masters
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Tweet Growth hacking is a hot and trendy topic, but we have noticed that not a lot of people are familiar with it – including us. Which is why we created vlogs explaining what growth hacking is, how we are implementing some of its tactics on our consultancy project and how to balance this new […]

JUGGLING ACADEMICS & BUSINESS (1/2)

Monday, 22 May 2017, 7:15 | Category : Masters
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Tweet Going on an In-Company Project is always an adventure. For us it was no different. I, Nicolas Willemyns (in the middle), together with my teammates Britt Reniers (on the left) and Eline De Meyer (on the right) didn’t take this learning opportunity for granted. Since it’s the cherry on your Vlerick year (or pie […]

From Bali to Belize, from Santiago de Chile to Shanghai

Tweet It’s the beginning of May, and in Vlerick terms that means just one thing: the start of our ICP projects. In case you never heard of this monster, it’s Vlerick slang for our “In-Company Consultancy Project” and is really just a fancy word for a two-month intensive internship. You might wonder, though, what exactly […]

IMEx experience

Tweet Monday, the 10th of April. After a week in Berlin, visiting start-ups and enjoying each other’s company, it was time for a little competition. This competition, otherwise known as IMEx (short for Integrated Management Exercise) makes you turn around a toy manufacturer that was recently hit by a fire. It brings together everything you’ve […]

M3 2017 Trip To Dublin

Tweet On Valentine’s Day M3 left on their long awaited study trip to Dublin. Up first was a visit to the Digital Department of Oracle. Here, we were inspired by Alan Lawless. He welcomed the group and passionately explained Oracle’s value proposition. Up next we had a networking session, a session about data-driven marketing and […]

MFM 2017 trip to London

Tuesday, 21 February 2017, 23:10 | Category : Masters
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Tweet Greetings my fellow Vlerick compatriots! I´d say hope you all started the year well and refreshed but let´s be serious.., with just two weeks of Christmas and a big welcome from a couple of exams the first week back, we hit the ground running this year. That was quickly over and then came the […]

Shark Tank Challenge — Can you handle it?

Wednesday, 1 February 2017, 6:27 | Category : Masters
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Tweet January is over, exams are over! However, at Vlerick Business School, we as students are often assessed in other ways than just another standard, boring exam. Vlerick professors are quite often challenged to examinate their students in innovative, inspiring ways. One of the most inventive assessments we’ve had so far was the AB Inbev Shark […]