Business psychologist Sofia Van Overmeire was unsure she had the knowledge or skills to pursue an entrepreneurial opportunity – and an Executive MBA. She learned you should never underestimate yourself.
For biotechnician Katrien Vanhonacker, branching out as a startup consultant meant taking a plunge after many years in sales and marketing with big companies. And that meant taking the Executive MBA at Vlerick.
General Manager, Isaline Desclée, joined the Vlerick Executive MBA to consolidate her understanding of areas like finance. What she’s discovering is that the learning experience goes way beyond the financial statement.
If you’re looking to accelerate your career prospects, sharpen your skills and gain some competitive edge, an Executive MBA might well be on your radar. Geared to executives with around 10 to 15 years of experience, the Executive MBA is a fast-tracked programme, giving you the flexibility to keep working while you complete your degree. And it looks great on your curriculum, signalling to employers that you have committed to personal and professional growth, and positioning you for promotion.