The instruction is very much based on projects, which provide a basis for understanding practice, and the tasks are carried out in groups. Classroom instruction is gradually replaced by advisor-based instruction.
The project tasks and the final project, in particular, are independent tasks that you carry out on the basis of the theory that you have learned. The projects should be based on specific cases from businesses, as far as possible. You will be given good advice and constructive criticism along the way.
You must be prepared to make an independent effort as well as cooperate with your fellow students. The type of instruction gives you experience that you can use for solving both known and new issues.