When you decide to take an Executive MBA or a Global Executive MBA, you’re making a huge investment in your future. You’re also deciding to invest significant time, money and energy. This is the advice our current participants have, if you’re considering an EMBA or a GEMBA right now.
I was a screwdriver. "A man with a plan”, that’s who I was when I applied for the Vlerick Full-Time MBA programme. I had my personal future and career all worked out, including a plan B and yes, even plan C.
You know you're in the Netherlands when you see the open massive wind farms, the extensive network of interconnected canals, traditional architecture along with modern skyscrapers and the busy commercial ports. This is how our company visit to the Netherlands began.
Christopher Crede enjoys new challenges. Like many entrepreneurs, he’s had a varied career – from steering his family’s natural oils business to the challenges of managing projects across several regions for Médecins Sans Frontières. Four years after he started working at the NGO, he decided he was ready for a fresh challenge.
Vincent Bermudez is an IT specialist who’d worked at Chevron for six years – both in his native Manila and the USA. But he had ambitions to work beyond IT and in a more strategic role – either in a corporation or by setting up his own enterprise. So he decided an MBA would give him the skills and insights he needed to take the next step.
Behzad Samii, the director of the Executive MBA at Vlerick Business School in Brussels, tells us what the programme has to offer to potential participants, and to expats in particular.