MSc in Cultural and Creative Industries Management

Useful information
MSc Master's degree
Duration of study :
4 semesters
Place of study :
Paris
Language of instruction :
English
Degree awarded :
MSc in Creative and cultural industries management
Tuition fees :
Contact Admission service
French students
+ 33 (3) 54 50 25 38
International students
+ 33 (3) 54 50 26 33

Strenghts of the programme

Interaction between students and teaching staff

An immersive educational approach that places an emphasis on interaction between students and teaching staff. The course is taught via tutorials, visits, practical workshops and entrepreneurial projects.

Experts from the arts and cultural sectors

A vocational course that boosts the students’ professional development by inviting experts from the arts and cultural sectors in to share their experience.

Creativity, original ideas and cultural diversity

A course that is fully in line with the school’s ARTEM principles that promote creativity, the ability to develop original ideas and appreciate cultural diversity.

Cultural and Creative Industries Management

Objectives

  • Learn to tackle the specific challenges faced by the media and creative industries.
  • Develop a holistic overview of the actual issues that impact these industries.
  • Acquire solid managerial skills

    The media, cultural industries and the art world are taking on an increasingly professional dimension: this course develops the management skills that are essential for those seeking to further professionalize these industries.

Modules

The course covers a wide range of disciplines, from strategy to marketing, managing creativity and talent, project management to intellectual property rights, while also considering how digital is impacting companies that operate in the creative and arts sectors. In this course, the final seminar on management of the creative and cultural industries is particularly important, as students are given a project that is based on an actual managerial problem (examples: Musée de la Cour d’Or de Metz, Sony Music Entertainment, Auditorium du Louvre, etc.)

Here is an overview of the modules :

  • Consumer Psychology and Market Research
  • Cultural & Creative Industry Management 1
  • Offering Management in the Digital Era
  • Cultural Sustainability
  • Consumption & Branding in Cultural & Creative Industries
  • Art and entertainment event management
  • Cultural and Creative Industries Management 2
  • The Art and Entertainment  Management Seminar
CAMPUS

PARIS

Our Paris campus is located in the heart of
La Défense business district, a stone's
throw from the head offices of the largest
French companies. It’s a place for learning,
but also a place where students,
businesses, teachers and graduates can
meet.

Career outcomes

One of the main aims of this program is to provide students with the skills they need to work in the creative industries.
The management skills that they will acquire will enable them to work in middle to senior management positions in theatre companies, museums, sports centres, art galleries, tourist attractions and production companies.

Examples of typical positions

  • Entrepreneur
  • Business Developer
  • Theatre or Opera House Director
  • Brand Marketing Director
  • Cultural Policy Manager for a museum
  • Sponsorship Manager for a music festival
  • Video Game Manager
  • Cultural or Sports Event Organization Manager

Partner companies

  • American Center for Culture and Arts Paris
  • Art work Luxembourg
  • Auditorium du Louvre
  • Ensemble Dialogos – Paris
  • Leonart – Nancy
  • Musée de la Cour d’Or – Metz
  • Nancy Tourist Office
  • Nancy Opera
  • Sony Music Entertainment

Admissions and tuition fees

Admission

  • For MSc1 admissions: 3-year higher-education degree (BAC+3)
  • For MSc2 admissions: 3 or 4-year higher-education degree (BAC+3/BAC+4) with extensive work experience in a company (preferably 3 years in a relevant field)
  • Selection based on an application form and interview

What our students think...

One of the strengths of this particular program is that it brings in people who have worked in the cultural sector. They are able to share their experiences and offer us specific advice, helping us understand how the cultural sector operates. We were tasked with running projects from start to finish.
Aurélia Pogorzelski
Policy Officer, Alliance Française (Johannesburg)