The program consists of three parts: introductory modules, disciplinary and multidisciplinary orientation, and advanced disciplinary specialization. You are not required to complete certain modules to start taking classes in another module; e.g. you can take a class in an advanced disciplinary specialization module before completing the orientation module from the corresponding discipline. Technically, you could thus start with the advanced phase of the program and finish with introductory classes – even though that would certainly not be advisable. By not imposing any requirements, we hope to promote flexibility, so that students may study according to their preferences and potential time restrictions.