The course is interdisciplinary and combines multiple learning methods, including lectures, workshops, round-table discussions, studio work, excursions and field work, work in groups, and presentations by the students themselves.

For receiving the credits students will have to:

  1. Participate actively in the programme (including the final group presentations).
  2. Prepare for workshops (by reading materials).
  3. Create one short video with an evaluation of the course.

After fulfilling all requirements, students will receive an official transcript of their record with 8 ECTS credits and a grade. We use the ECTS grading scale defined by the European Commission (A to F, where A is the best and F means failed).