In line with the philosophy of the Institute for Cultural and Media Management, the courses fall into three groups.
First, students attend weekly seminars, lectures, and lab courses or discussion sections, following the classic university model. The theoretical fundamentals they learn in these courses are supplemented through presentations, papers, and practical exercises.
To supplement these courses, there are also block seminars held on the weekends.
The third component is participation in the practical projects, which in most cases extends over more than one semester. These projects do not follow a regular weekly schedule. Instead, participants set the schedule themselves, with meetings taking place as frequently as needed according to the status of the project.