BEST Career Webinar - Career Workshop with Vlerick Business School
On this nice summer day, we are pleased to inform you about our new service, which is BEST Career Webinar. BEST now kicks-off the BEST Career Webinar (BCW) series which aimed to connect you with more career & study opportunities, help you to grow your network and develop your knowledge to prepare you for your future career!
We invite you to be part of first BCW event which is going to be organised in cooperation with Vlerick Business School!
Did you know that 50% of today’s students will end up working in jobs that currently don’t exist?
Transformation on the job front in the future is inevitable as technology will create numerous new professions. Business, in the future, will be anything but “ business as usual ”. More than ever the survival of companies and managers alike will depend on your ability to predict and adapt to change. However, with that change come new models, new markets, new technologies and new opportunities.
Vlerick Masters programmes respond to the current trends in the employment market and prepare you for the business world of tomorrow. Every year Vlerick Business School also offers several scholarship opportunities to BEST members.
Don’t miss this opportunity!
Find out yourself during BEST Career Webinar and have all your questions answered about your future career by Joke De Leeuw from Vlerick Business School! All you need is your computer/smartphone with an internet connection
We strongly encourage you to participate BCW and have opportunity to interact with Vlerick Representatives and other participants as well. Recorded webinar will be available after the event on BEST.eu.org in Vlerick Business School profile
Date: 14th of July,
Time: 15 pm CEST
Deadline to apply: 11th of July afterwards there will be selection based on responses to application form.
If you have any questions regarding the webinar, please feel free to email me at: Emre.Yazilikaya@BEST.eu.org
Your career starts now, @ Vlerick!
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