No. Some of the most important parts of the course happen in small, interactive groups, and we require full attendance for all hours of the class. Although we do record and archive many of our lectures, the lectures alone are not what makes our course great.

The programme is full-time and is an intensive programme with two months of learning and at least two months of internship. This means you cannot continue to work full time and take the programme.  There are mandatory meetings that must be attended every week.  However, we try to be flexible by offering at least two time slots for each mandatory meeting - it is in all our interests that you get as much as possible out of the programme.

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