Lectures are held in sessions three times a year (October, February and May) using online tools, providing a blended learning approach regarding both the theoretical studies and the discussion of the thesis at different stages of its development.
Courses are taught in the form of lectures, seminars and discussions. Doctoral students’ independent work is discussed in seminars. Foreign lecturers and experts, industry leading specialists are also involved to teach study courses, presenting papers on current trends in the industry. During the studies, doctoral students carry out case studies in specific sectors. Students also have the opportunity to influence the content of their courses by choosing the topics that are most relevant to them, or by choosing the issues that are most relevant to their research interests. All courses also discuss the latest research based on scientific articles.