The program is designed to allow for a high degree of flexibility, enabling students to create their personal profile. The following schedule is therefore just an example.

The following schedule assumes coursework and individual work on three days a week and additional individual work on the two remaining days, amounting to a total work time of 36 hours per week.


  • In the first semester, students who follow this study plan take 6 seminars, two which they complete with a grade (G); the graded seminars must belong to different modules (in our example WM III a 1 and WM III a 2.
  • In the second semester, students who follow this study plan take 5 seminars, two which they complete with a grade (G); the graded seminars must belong to different modules (in our example WM III c 1 and Focus.
  • In the third semester, students who follow this study plan take 5 seminars, two which they complete with a grade (G); the graded seminars must belong to different modules (in our example VM III c 1 and Advanced.
  • In the fourth and final semester, students who follow this study plan take only two more seminars and devote the rest of their time to they Master Thesis.

Image “Saturday Schedule” © Sheila Thomson, cropped. CC-by 2.0