These are some skills that, when push comes to shove, a good manager can’t do without. Many of these skills are developed and refined over time rather than being instinctive qualities. More often than not, these are skills that can serve you at any stage of your management career.
Depending on where you are in your career – and where you hope to go next, an MBA or a DBA could be perfect for you. But these programmes are completely different. So if you’re thinking about starting a Vlerick journey, it’s crucial to understand what each one is and who it’s for. These are the key differences between an MBA and a DBA:
So as an international you’re looking forward to starting a Vlerick MBA programme! Are you wondering about the right school for your children?
A Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) is intensive, challenging and deeply rewarding. So why do people decide to embark on this research and learning journey? We asked some of our applicants to tell us what motivated them to follow a DBA – here are their top three reasons.
The Silicon Valley study trip is a highlight of the Executive MBA programme. Visiting the home of disruptive start-ups, experimental incubators and corporate giants really brings the Vlerick ethos of entrepreneurship to life.
We’re halfway into the Full-Time MBA at Vlerick! It was time for a week-long elective on digital leadership – a hot topic in the business world at the moment. Exciting, right? Well that’s not all of it. More interestingly, the elective was in Dublin, Ireland – one of the most promising digital hubs of the world with a growing technology workforce and a global outlook.