Admission requirements

The programme requires participants to have an innovative attitude and eagerness to interact with people from different professional backgrounds. Students may be exempt from taking certain course modules, depending on professional experience and qualifications.

Learning in the workplace

The programme has a strong emphasis on learning in practice. Case studies and thesis research focus on topics relevant to the student's place of work. Therefore it is essential that each student has a support structure in place at work. Such a structure is formalized in an agreement between the student, employer and programme administrators.

 

Alternative solutions

Students without an employer, or whose employer will not sign a support agreement, may propose an alternative solution that guarantees learning in practice opportunities.

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