Talent development can take many forms and can mean something different for each student. What is important is that the student is central to shaping his or her educational programme. This is essential to keep education accessible to everyone and to ensure that the student gets the most out of it. Study time should not be seen in terms of efficiency, in which students are guided through their studies as quickly as possible, but should focus on the development of each individual student. However, characteristics of the profitability philosophy are woven into the education system, for example through the binding study advice and the funding system. Study success can mean something different for each student. Personal attention and guidance are necessary to make study success possible for each student.