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Accessibility and Diversity in Digital Services (ADDS) master’s degree program is project-based

  • In practice, students will start working on a project during their first weeks of studies.
  • The project will last as long as the student is studying.
  • The aim is to combine the aspects learned from other courses to the project.
  • Ultimately the project will evolve into the thesis.
  • Project = thesis


  • Student: owner of the project, responsible for choosing the topic, arranging meetings and communication, delivering results, dissemination.
  • Teachers: supervisors, responsible for providing supervision.
  • Collaborators: mentors, responsible for providing support for the work