Dates and duration
The programme comprises 100 teaching hours (direct interactions with the faculty and experts: 75 hours; e-learning sessions: 25 hours) and 100 hours of structured self-study and teamwork. You will benefit from the diverse experiences of your peers and the Faculty. You will be able to apply the ideas and concepts you learn within your professional context.
The programme is delivered in English over 5 months between February and July 2022.
Online modules will have 5 synchronous sessions which will take place on Thursdays: 10.30 a.m.-12.00 p.m. The remaining sessions will be asynchronous, and you can follow them according to your availability. Module C comprising the field trip will take place in March/ April 2022 (the date will be confirmed to the participants in Autumn 2021).
A minimum of B2 English language proficiency is needed to follow the CAS.
If you feel you need to boost your English skills, gain confidence and competence in using the language, you can have an individual needs analysis followed by tailor-made language coaching provided by a language coach (subject to additional fee). This will help you to improve your spoken and written English both for the course and for your career.