Optional Studies | Key Competences
Key competences in the study-life-cycle
The requirements placed on artists have changed. These days, not only artistic skills, but also social, pedagogical and personal skills (such as self-organisation, dealing constructively with stress or culture and project management) are necessary for artists to master their studies and successfully position themselves after graduation.
In order to support you as a student in the (further) development of various key competences, we offer a portfolio of lectures in the area of Optional Studies, these focusing on the entire study-life-cycle, i.e. the introductory study, the study plan and the degree. Each phase of the study is characterised by special challenges, in which specific key competences are necessary in order to successfully master them. Furthermore, the course both challenges and encourages you in the development of your personality. It is our main objective to bring you together in groups with students of different subjects in the lectures on Optional Studies and open up insights, perspectives as well as potentials for further development to you.
The IfLL offers interdisciplinary courses for the purpose of (further) developing the key competences of all students. These courses are intended to further promote the students’ skills and abilities in their professional, social and self-competence spheres of expertise.
The lectures are oriented to the study phases. This orientation serves as a recommendation for attending specific lectures. It goes without saying that you are free to choose and attend those lectures that suit you personally in every phase of your study, when the learning content and objectives are particularly relevant or interesting for you.