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This program is taught in Dutch

About the program

In a social context with constant change, there is increasing pressure in the public & social profit sector to implement policies in an efficient manner. With fewer resources, a constantly changing legislation and civilians making more demands, managers in public and social profit sectors are faced with big challenges.

  • Antwerp Management School wants to send a powerful impulse to professionalization in public instances and social profit organizations, embedded in a social awareness perspective, by providing practice-based courses customized to the specific management needs of the sector.
  • The postgraduate course ‘Public & Social Profit Management’ is based on the idea that organizations in the public sector work from a social perspective and serve no commercial purpose. They work within a very specific context. Our faculty has both academic and real-life expertise and an affinity with the public and social profit sector.
Learning objectives

After attending this program:

  • you are able to put your own experiences into a broader perspective;
  • you are able to pass on the acquired knowledge in your organization and contribute to future developments;
  • you are able to function with more knowledge and you can assess principles, decisions and points-of-view based on internal and external input;
  • you have brushed up on your personal management skills: your leadership skills will be deepened and broadened.

Curriculum

This program is the full program ‘Postgraduate Public & Social Profit Management’. It consists of 4 modules of 4 days each, that can be taken separately, and a personal leadership track (6 half days). For some modules, there will be an extra assessment day:

You can only take part in the personal leadership track if you follow the full postgraduate. The leadership track continues during the entire academic year. 

 

Participants

Profile of the participants of past editions

Female

50%

Male

50%

Average age

41

Background

  • Social: 22%
  • Arts: 15%
  • Legal: 11%
  • Psychology/pedagogy: 6%
  • Engineering: 6%
  • Paramedics: 5%
  • Other: 37%

Education

Average highest degree: Master

 

Degree

Participants who complete the full course partake in evaluations. There is an evaluation moment for every module. This can be a classic exam, a paper, a case study or a group presentation. If you pass, you will be awarded a certificate ‘Postgraduate course Public and Social Profit Management’ of Antwerp Management School.

Target group

This course is designed for managers, staff employees and specialists from public and social profit sectors who want to increase their management expertise, develop further and gain a broader perspective on the organization. Participants work in municipalities, social services, schools, cities, small and large non-profit organizations, Flemish governmental institutions, hospitals, care centers, etc.

 
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