Our teaching is usually organized in classes of 28 – 32 students. In the first semesters, most of the teaching is classroom-based and consists of classes, lectures and workshops. In the later semesters, more teaching is project-based and group-oriented, so that our students obtain more influence on and responsibility for their learning.
Learning takes place both individually and in groups, and the ability to study, learn and define personal goals is highly emphasized. This means that our students are given time and opportunity to reflect on their learning.
Throughout the education, our teaching includes tasks and projects based on problems from the real world and within the profession. This enhances the students’ understanding of how to apply the theory to professional practice.