Of course, I am firmly convinced that the structure of the course of studies is also in line. But I think the most important thing is that structures can not produce such a thing, but only human beings. I do not believe in structures, but in the first place to people. And we have used a great force and a great concentration in the construction of the university in recent years to get good artists in all areas including the design and the television and the film here. This can be seen gradually in the results. It is the result of this continuous work of outstanding colleagues with young people who can then also produce a lot of good things. They are encouraged and thus the previously accused risk tolerance is promoted. This is immensely important. Just this year, you could see during the tour how a constant attempt is made to go its own way, to stage something very self-willed, up to the presentation in the room. I think this is the most important, with artists, artists like Valie Export, with David Larcher, Jürgen Klauke in photography, Thomas Schmitt for certain TV areas, with Frans Vogelaar for hybrid space. But I do not want to enumerate all. All are personalities who are not self-contained, but who have a great openness in their work, which also, and since the word also makes sense, multimedial work, have repeatedly tried different expressions for themselves between photography and film and also Painting. This kind of openness is felt by the students.