1.Who is the target candidate, and what is their approximate professional level?
Industry professionals including: Vice Presidents, Principals, and Directors from private equity firms, family offices, business owners, and institutional investors. Also appropriate for relevant industry professionals seeking to transition careers. Please visit the eligibility section to determine if this is the right program for you.
2.What is the profile of registered audience in terms of background and seniority?
Program admittance is highly competitive and curated. Registered participant profiles include Vice Presidents, Principals, and Directors. For a list of past participants click here.
3.What is the cost of the program and what's included in it?
The fees include all tuition, course materials, a certificate of completion from LAVCA/MIT, and accommodation at Turnberry Isle Resort with breakfast, lunch, dinner and refreshments throughout the program duration. Upon completion of the program, participants receive a LAVCA/MIT Certificate Diploma. For more information about the cost of tuition visit the Tuition & Logistics page.
4.As a participant, will I receive a certificate or proof of completion?
Upon completion of the program, participants receive a LAVCA/MIT Certificate Diploma.
5.Where will the program take place?
This year's program will be held at the Turnberry Isle Resort located in Miami, FL. Please note that accommodations are included in the cost of tuition. LAVCA secures accommodations for students well in advance of the program start date, as such any alternate offsite arrangements are not allowed.
6.Does LAVCA offer any corporate rates or discounts?
Further benefits for organizations are available when three or more participants attend the program, please contact email@example.com for details.
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