The course aims to help students develop an understanding of how to effectively manage and conduct projects, as well as how to recognize and strengthen leadership competences. Students will become familiar with different ways of exercising leadership, their own strengths and weaknesses, and how they can best work with others in preparing and executing projects. The emphasis is on the application of concepts in actual project management settings and situations outside of academia. The course combines well-researched information with dynamic, hands-on activities to create a sense of belonging and purpose among group participants while promoting lasting learning and change. The workshop parts of the course are designed to be maximally interactive with opportunities for participants to work with the material in both small and large groups. The course is interdisciplinary in nature. Participants will learn and apply skills in a hands-on practical way that encourages them to challenge their own beliefs and assumptions about what constitutes leadership and project management.