Máster y Postgrado
1 año. 60 ECTs
The UIC Barcelona's University Master's Degree in Cultural Management takes a practical approach and has a strong international outlook. Start your education as a cultural manager and position yourself in an emerging sector which generates jobs involving projects with an international impact.
At UIC Barcelona you will take a comprehensive look at the work processes of cultural services and products from an entrepreneurial perspective. You will look in greater depth into the work dynamics of the two specialisation tracks: visual arts and cultural heritage or creative cultural industries and you will acquire a polyvalent, multidisciplinary profile.
The classes will alternate with study visits, where you will have the opportunity to visit cultural institutions and facilities and learn from the people running them. You will also have access to master classes and workshops given by national and international experts.
* This Master's Degree is an official postgraduate qualification which has been adapted to the European Higher Education Area regulations, with an assessment carried out by the Catalan University Quality Assurance Agency (AQU Catalunya) and the National Evaluation Agency for Quality and Accreditation (ANECA). .
The UIC Barcelona gives you the tools you need to become a cultural manager.
The objectives of the master's degree programme include:
While all candidates who meet the access route requirements will be considered, acceptance will be determined based on the following criteria:
The curriculum is organised into six modules, four of which correspond to on-site classes which provide the theoretical and practical framework of the Master’s, and these modules cover three trimesters (from October to June). The fifth and sixth modules involve professional work experience and the final Master’s dissertation, and are undertaken throughout the entire academic year.
Module 1: Theoretical and Practical Principles for Cultural Management
Director: Dr. Marta Crispí Cantón
Academic coordination: Naghieli Amarista