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Apply now: Master of Arts “Arts and Cultural Management”

The Arts and Cultural Management Master to be run by the Professional School at the Leuphana University Lüneburg and the Goethe-Institut from 2018 is an innovative new English-language, professional, distance-learning cultural management programme that will train cultural professionals from all over the world to deal with transformation processes in the cultural sector. Comprehensive international cultural management with a key focus on the interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary combination of cultural and business studies is at the centre of the programme. You will look at the risks posed and opportunities offered by current developments such as demographic change, digitisation and globalisation in relation to cultural institutions, and develop long-term strategies to make your organisation fit for the future.

At a Glance

Degree: Master of Arts (M.A.)
Credit Points: 2 variants (60 and 90 CP)
Lenght of Study: 3 or 4 terms extra-occupational
Language: English
Study Places: 40
Start Date: October 2018
Application Deadline: July 31 2018
Costs: 6.900 Euro (60 CP variant) or 8.900 Euro (90 CP variant) plus the current term contribution of 200 Euro per term
Programme Directors: Prof. Dr. Sigrid Bekmeier-Feuerhahn, Prof. Dr. Volker Kirchberg

Who can apply?

The Cultural Management Masters is aimed at candidates with practical experience from the culture sector, for example as part of organisations or as independent artistic and cultural players; at candidates who want to develop their expertise in cultural management, learn how to deal sustainably with current opportunities and challenges in cultural management, and actively drive forward their careers by building up their academic profile. Applicants should already hold a relevant undergraduate degree and provide proof of proficiency in English.

Detailed information on the admission requirements and application process can be found on the Applications page of the Leuphana University.

Deadline for applications is 31 July 2018.

More information on the application requirements, the selection process and the programme is available online through the websites of the Leuphana University and the Goethe-Institut.