Les étudiants de l'EAC en visite au musée des Beaux-arts de Lyon

Educational excellence

Educational excellence of the EAC

Combining knowledge, know-how and letting know is the objective of the EAC educational strategy. In such a perspective, the EAC mobilises the skills of the protagonists of the world of arts and literature, of professionals of economic organisations and of academics specialised in education sciences.

The task conferred upon these experts in communication, broadcasting and management and upon these professionals in the artistic and cultural sphere? Continuously renewing contents, anticipating social and professional changes, developing a dynamic network enriched by mutual skills, in short, ensuring the institution’s project, including three educational councils, two scientific councils and a teaching body are the guarantors of the EAC educational excellence

Recognition of the programmes

The certifications included in the register are recognised at national and European level, for their professional value on the job market and with respect to enterprises.

The following programmes, both face-to-face and distance learning, are recognised by the RNCP (National Register of Professional Certifications)

  • Cultural Coordination (Publication on the Official Gazette)
  • Expert-adviser in art objects (Publication on the Official Gazette)
  • Cultural management (Publication on the Official Gazette)
  • Art market management (Publication on the Official Gazette)

Certified diplomas are recognised by collective bargaining agreements: administrative competitive exams accept certified diplomas as a pre-requisite for enrolment; certified diplomas provide the necessary training for very specific professions and skills that are not addressed by other diplomas; finally, studying for a certified diploma is a privileged argument to obtain a training leave and can be obtained by APEL ( Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning).

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