The Master's degree focuses on a broad creative industries curriculum so students can discover creative industries as a whole. This approach allows students to fully understand value creation in the creative industries, and thus have the opportunity to develop their careers from one sub-sector to another.
What our students say:
“You never know what another industry can bring you, they don’t work alone”;
“You can take a knowledge not only from one sector, but you can use it to feed your imagination”;
“From music to fashion, I can see the link now. It is hard when you want to work in Creative Industries to focus on only one sector”.
Get the best out of our arts, culture 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 considered as a mere commodity. France identifies a unique notion of artistic, cultural and creative goods which distinguishes them worldwide.
What our students say:
"The main asset of this programme is that it is in the heart of Paris studying the French market from a creative and managerial perspective."
The programme is managed by the Creative Industries Culture Research Centre. It produces and shares knowledge about the management of creative industries and culture. A team of 10 researchers are involved in the centre. From prestigious arts institutions to small dynamic creative firms, we have about 60 partners in the arts, culture and creative industries providing up-to-date knowledge of current practices, debates and trends, through workshops and Masterclasses. These professionals guarantee a high quality of contextual learning and networking to access the market.
What out students say:
"There is a very strong interaction with industry professionals, from all creative industries, at different stages of their careers, from peers to employers. It is an insight into our future career and life and gives us the opportunity to connect with influential people from the community during the Master Classes."
Creativity is born of diversity. The MSc is made up of a group of students, both French and international (40% of International students), with very different profiles (both managerial and artistic).
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 organisations, practitioner workshops with many brand names, study trips and projects for organisations in the creative field.
For one month, international experts in arts and creative industries management will come to Paris from all around the world for a seminar on comparative management. Many researchers specialised in Arts and Creative Industries Management are involved. They include: HEC Montreal, Chicago Columbia College, University of South Australia, University of the Arts London (Fashion College), Leeds University, Ca’Foscari University, HEC Paris, Université Paris-Dauphine, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Ecole Polytechnique, Ecole Normale Supérieure (Ulm),…