I have four hours long classes three to four times a week, depending on a semester. The classes itself are often fun and pleasant experience when we engage actively in discussion with our teachers. Beyond that we are expected to do a lot of individual work, including reading and independent writing. Without it, there is little chance of getting good grades. We're required to write essays and portfolio pieces at the end of every module, while for theatre we're sometimes required to present a short practical piece, be it a workshop or performance of a professional script. Contact with tutors is easy and open, we're welcomed to meet for tutorials as often as we feel we need to and the feedback we get is critical, but friendly, often highlighting what we did very well together with what we have to work on more. Classes are spacious and well lit, although they can get a little chilly in the winter or early spring. It can be easily fixed by a jacket though. Classes in theatre are in two rehearsal studios in the theatre building in the city, which gives us this 'real experience' feeling when we work.