2 year cycle
In a nutshell
The Master’s programme in “Cultural Management”
Students wishing to become “Cultural Managers” benefit from courses enabling them to guide and manage projects within cultural institutions or to engage in the creation of their own project.
The two-year programme is organised to enable students to
In the second semester, in order to better position themselves professionally, students will choose two majors, with one prevailing, among the following 4 domains
Students will carry out a research project for their dissertation (Year 1) as well as actions for their professional project (Year 2) in accordance with their major.
The academic programme is conceived so as teaching periods, project coaching, tutoring, individual work and professional immersion alternate.
The practice of a foreign language, especially English, is encouraged; e-learning training is offered for students to achieve a proficiency level meeting the needs of ordinary communication.
Assets of the programme
Cultural Managers are able to strike the right balance between the logics of original, innovative and creative cultural supply and the logics of demand (institutions, cultural industries, etc.)
Cultural Managers are trained to cover the full spectrum of project management : from planning to budgeting, from corporate law to author’s rights and copyright, from fiscal matters to communication, from security to cultural coordination. In cultural institutions or companies, they can cover managerial positions or be first assistants in the management of artistic and cultural projects for the whole operational sectors : production, distribution, relations with the public. They define communication and marketing strategies with a view to broadening audiences. They support artists and companies and coordinate the whole project. They can conceive and plan events and structure their implementation.
Cultural Managers define objectives and set the means to achieve them. Organised, they are also curious, bright, open and imaginative. With plenty of innovative ideas, they like developing new concepts. They have a managerial mind and are able to arbitrate. They cover managerial positions in companies.
Bachelor Cultural Coordination
MBA in Cultural Management