Skills SpS: Integrative Project In the spring term, students attending the course "Integrative Project”, are required to work on their ability of integrative thinking – which is a vital skill that takes place where knowledge and expertise has its limitations. A large number of the challenges that are presented to us today, especially on a social, but also on a corporate level, on closer inspection, turn out to be complex problems. It’s a characteristic of these kinds of problems that in order to find the solution, it is essential to look at the problem in a holistic way, and, therefore, it is paramount to achieve an ‘out-of-the-box’ thinking beyond the boundaries of the disciplines. As a result, the "Integrative Project" course objective is to help students develop the ability in dealing with such complex issues and problems, and to work on these in an integrative manner. Consequently, students are required to reflect critically and work in an integrative manner on a selected business problem in form of a case study, based on the theoretical and conceptual foundations of the three core subjects in Business Administration, Economics and Law, which are delivered in the autumn term of the Assessment Year.