The master's thesis is a crucial part in an Executive Master program. It showcases knowledge, practical skills and fosters personal growth. We asked Peter Wuytack, graduating student, and Yuri Bobbert, academic director, to give us some insights:
We gave the floor to Ingrid Croket, alumna at the Executive Master in Enterprise IT Architecture and Yannick Herrebaut, alumnus at the Executive Master in IT Risk & Cyber Security Management and asked them to share their experiences.
"The program really helped me to put everything together and to develop a strong foundation for improvement. The program not only gave me a theoretical basis, but also the energy and motivation to become a true leader thanks to applying IT to a competitive advantage."
"We are constantly under pressure to provide an agile, lean and fit IT organization while at the same time reducing costs. This requires both short- and long-term vision and planning – this is where enterprise EA comes in to ensure that both short- and longer-term IT planning provides the platform to take us into the future."