The cultural and creative sector includes a wide range of activities, characterised by specific strategic aspects and an increasingly strong hybridization. It is now flourishing and defining a new aesthetic, entrepreneurial and cosmopolitan capitalism.
Since 2004, thanks to the expertise of the Creative Industries & Culture Research Centre, KEDGE has enabled its students to specialise in management of the arts, culture and creative industries, first in a specialised course in the Grande École programme, and now in this
MSc. Managers, artists, entrepreneurs – you are all welcome! We are looking for cultivated, passionate, committed, entrepreneurial students who will lead the industry of tomorrow.
GET SKILLS IN ARTS & CREATIVE INDUSTRIES MANAGEMENT
MSc Arts & Creative Industries Management trains future managers in the following sectors:
- Visual arts & Heritage,
- Performing Arts (Theater, Dance, Opera,...)
- Cultural Industries (Cinema, Music, Publishing, Video Games, Media...)
- Creative Services (Architecture, Design, Communication, Digital...)
- Taste Industries (craft, fashion, gastronomy, wine & spirits, luxury...)
- Leisure and Entertainement Industries (Tourism, Game, Sport...)
WORD OF MANAGERS
“Heritage management requires a specific set of skills because of its symbolic value and the strong presence of public stakeholders… KEDGE Business School and its Creative Industries Research Centre have demonstrated their expertise in training students in the creative industries for several years.”
Manager at the Musée d’Orsay
“This programme seems to me to be a pragmatic and innovative response to the rapid transformation of the creative industries.”
Manager at Sony Music
“The core curriculum of this programme is perfectly in line with the LVMH Group’s vision for the creative and luxury industry – excellence and expertise, creativity and innovation, and lastly entrepreneurship.”
Manager at LVMH
Why choose this programme?
THE CREATIVE INDUSTRIES APPROACH
The Master's degree focuses on a broad creative industries curriculum so students can discover the diversity of the creative industries. This approach allows students to fully understand value creation in the creative industries, and thus have the opportunity to develop their careers from one sector to another.
STUDENT DIVERSITY AND CREATIVITY
Creativity is born of diversity. The MSc is made up of a group limited to a maximum of 30 students, both French and international (from Canada, China, India, Lebanon, etc.), with very
different profiles (both managerial and artistic or other).
Get the best out of our artistic, cultural and creative organisations management. France is unique in its wealth of cultural heritage and its lively creative sector.
This country famed for its “cultural exception” supports a wide diversity of productions, here culture is not seen as simply a commodity like any other.
France identifies a unique notion of artistic, cultural and creative goods which distinguishes them worldwide.
Over two weeks, international experts in Arts & Creative Industries Manage¬ment will come from all continents in Paris for a seminar in Comparative Management.
ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERTISE
The program is managed by the Creative Industries & Culture Research Center. It produces and shares knowledge about the management of creative industries and culture. A team of 15 researchers are involved in the center, publishing about 30 articles in the field each year. From prestigious arts institutions to small dynamic creative firms, we have many partners in the arts, culture and creative industries providing up-to-date knowledge of current practices, debates and trends, through workshops, visits and study trips. These professionals guarantee a high quality of contextual learning and networking to access the market.
INNOVATIVE PEDAGOGY: ON-SITE COURSE AND STUDY TRIPS
Teaching is immersive, it draws on research expertise, but also has strong links with professionals, using methods such as on-site courses in arts, culture and creative organizations, practitioner
workshops with many brand names, study trips (Creative France and London) and projects for organizations in the creative field.