Outline Study Programme

All study programmes are basically structured in the same way: you attend two courses or one skills training in a course period. At the end of each course period, there is a week of tests in which the skills and knowledge you’ve learnt are assessed.

The content of your study programme depends on the specific programme or track that you have chosen. In general, each programme starts with certain compulsory courses to allow you to gain a basic level of knowledge that you’ll then build on during your studies. In most programmes, you can take electives according your own interests.

Information on the Bachelor study programmes 2016-2017 can be found here.
Information on the Master study programmes 2016-2017 can be found here.

Information about course content, coordinators and required pre-knowledge can be found in the online course description application.


Information on the Bachelor study programmes 2015-2016 can be found here.
Information on the Master study programmes 2015-2016 can be found  here.


Information on the Bachelor study programmes 2014-2015 can be found here.
Information on the Master study programmes 2014-2015 can be found here.


Information on the Bachelor study programmes 2013-2014 can be found here.
Information on the Master study programmes 2013-2014 can be found here.


Information on the Bachelor study programmes 2012-2013 can be found here.

Information on the Master study programmes 2012-2013 can be found here.


Information on the Bachelor study programmes 2011-2012 can be found here.
Information on the Master study programmes 2011-2012 can be found here.


Information on the Bachelor study programmes 2010-2011 can be found here.

Information on the Master study programmes 2010-2011 can be found here.


Information on the Bachelor study programmes 2009-2010 can be found here.
Information on the Master study programmes 2009-2010 can be found here.