First, many graduated students have to get used to school again. Have been doing practical work, wearing new shoes, glasses, bags and haircuts, programmed with strategies and previous hidden opinions, the concept of school reminds them to the time before graduation, before all these huge transitions. But slowly it becomes clear this educational institution is (still) a save place and also a 'handy machine' to fulfill new plans and ambitions.
Somewhere during the first year of graduation, students are temporarily occupied with the final half year: the final project, for which a theme has to be described. In many situations, that turns out to be a project on it self. Compared by that, the current, more restricted, postgraduate work seems suddenly light. The realization is therefore often performed with, also previously hidden, flair and authority.