France - Western Europe
Cultural Management / Creative industries Management
KEDGE Business School
This Master of Science (MSc) programme, which focuses on Arts & Creative Industries Management, is managed by the Creative Industries & Culture Research Centre. The centre aims at producing and sharing knowledge on the effective management of creative industries and culture, and provides a bank of knowledge for students to tap into to enhance their studies.
Arts Manager skills
International seminar, workshops, professional tools, study trips (Creative Provence, Creative West, Creative North)
FINAL DISSERTATION and SIX-MONTH INTERNSHIP in the Arts & Creative Industries field
Required diploma(s) :
Average time for obtaining the first job offer : 90% of graduates find a job within 6 months after graduation
Employment opportunities :
Current developments in creative industries have led to the emergence of new careers. Students find highly attractive and selective jobs in management and marketing in the field. France is world famous for its excellence in Arts, Heritage, Culture, Cinema, Gastronomy, Wine, Fashion, Luxury and Tourism. This creative atmosphere has brought out the talent of hundreds of legendary figures. Nowadays, innovative managers trained in France work all over the world, and are in demand for their specific expertise and skills.
Strategic Development: Entrepreneur, Theater Director, International seller in the Film Industry, business developer in a startup company, etc.
Marketing: Marketing Director, Head of museum audience policy, head of sponsorship for a music festival, video game brand manager, etc.
Communication: Event manager, head of advertising in a communication agency, Community manager in Tourism, etc.
Production and Supply Chain: Production assistant in Performing Arts, Product manager in Luxury goods, Fashion buyer, etc.
MSc in 1 year :
Admission level : International Bachelor's degree (4 years)
Duration : 18 months
Degree : Master of Science
Campus : Paris
Language : English
MSc in 2 years :
Admission level : Bachelor's degree
Duration : 30 months
Degree : Master of Science
Campus : Marseille - Bordeaux - Paris
Language : English
The programme is managed by the Creative Industries & Culture Research Center. Its mission is to produce and share knowledge about the management of creative industries and culture. 15 researchers are involved in the centre, publishing about 30 articles in the field each year.
Main research topics:
- Strategic management of cultural and creative organizations;
- Marketing and Consumer Behavior in arts, culture and creative industries;
- Creative careers;
- Design management;
- Creative regions, Creative tourism;
- Organizational creativity, liberated companies;
- Social innovation.
Anne GOMBAULT - Management
KEDGE Arts School Director
Arts, Heritage, Creative Industries
Vinca BIGO - Management
Spirituality, yoga, liberated company
Maud DERBAIX - Marketing
Creative Industries Expertise Centre Director
Cultural consumer behavior, Music
Marek Prokupek - Management
Arts management, cultural economics, art finance and ark market
Nacima Ourahmoune - Marketing
Luxury marketing, consumer culture theory, gender studies
Jean-Philippe Danglade - Marketing
Claire Grellier - Fouillet- Management
Entrepreneurship, innovation, Tourism
KEDGE made the decision to remain at the heart of the city in order to facilitate public mobility between its different sites, be near businesses, benefit from their dynamism and provide a high level of service.
A strategic location
Located in the heart of the city in the exceptional Lumière Building, one of Paris's largest business centres (and business ecosystems), KEDGE Paris is a place of versatility, designed as a bridge between innovation and people, placing entrepreneurship at the centre of the school's philosophy.
Located within the 135,000m2 Lumière building and spread over 2 floors, it is comprised of two wings linked by a central atrium of 52,000m2. The school not only responds to a functional and technological role but also brings in an emotional factor, a necessity to meet the aspirations of its different audiences. Everything is based on the profound renewal of teaching by placing entrepreneurship at the centre of the school's philosophy.
An enhanced student experience
KEDGE's campus revolves around 4 main axes: modularity, flexibility, connectivity and user-friendliness.
To respond to new educational, organisational and digital developments, KEDGE Paris wanted to revolutionise the student experience by creating the campus of tomorrow, a place entirely dedicated to educational innovation whereby best practices will be replicated in the school's other locations.
KEDGE also shares its facilities with major companies including: Natixis, SNCF, ING Direct, Société Générale and the Ministry of the Interior.
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