1 year cycle
The MBA programme condensates the main educational axes of the Cultural Coordination Master’s programme, and is aimed at the acquisition of knowledge to manage artistic and cultural projects in public and private organisations, or to promote one’s project.
Training enables students to acquire knowledge in the cultural field in general, its specific features (customs, law, structure) and practices related to project management.
Professionalisation is at the core of the training programme, thus, courses are namely organised in individual and group seminars in project management. Conceiving and developing a professional project is a major element in the evaluation of the knowledge and practices acquired.
The MBA Cultural Manager students follow an intensive program that covers all cultural and artistic fields through workshops allowing to carry out watches on all sectors of the cultural professions (audiovisual, live performance, music and heritage).
Throughout the year, English e-learning courses will reinforce language skills. After the programme, students can also sit the TOEIC exam, for a reference evaluation of their proficiency and understanding of the language.
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 a cultural institution or company, 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 audience.
They can support artists, companies, groups, ensembles or music groups in their development.
They can conceive and plan events and structure their implementation.
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Anna Danielsson is a second-year Swedish student at the EAC in the Master course in Cultural Management....
Bachelor Cultural Coordination
Master in Cultural Management