What Makes Us Unique? -A one-year, intensive program. -Three sessions, three countries, three cultures. -Dallas, Montreal, Milan. -Three prestigious schools ranked among the top worldwide in cultural management research. -Three teams of highly respected management professors, each with its own speciality in the field. -Privileged contacts with renowned cultural organizations in several countries. -An advisory committee consisting of top-level managers. -A dynamic support team. -An experience offered by no other international master’s program. -Our program is anchored in globalization and the international context, with a focus on training the next generation of cultural managers and preparing them to work abroad or with foreign organizations.
MISSION The program’s mission is to train a new generation of managers who currently hold positions related to the international dimension of organizations active in the performing arts, in the heritage sector (museums, historic sites), or in cultural industries (film, publishing, sound recording, radio and television).
GOALS AND LEARNING OBJECTIVES The IM program is designed to: -Provide insight into management processes and the ways in which arts organizations operate within the various management disciplines, including marketing, fundraising, human resources, finance, production and distribution, and administration -Identify and encourage the development of best practices in arts and cultural management -Explore the impact of legal, economic and cultural policy on the arts -Address issues of international relevance to arts and cultural organizations, rigorously and in detail -Present students with theory, case studies, hands-on learning and empirical research in the field of arts and cultural management -Provide a forum for challenging and debating theories and models, as well as their application in global arts and cultural practice
PEDAGOGICAL APPROACH Teaching methods used in the program include theoretical courses, case studies, field work, lectures by world leaders in international cultural management, and visits to well-known cultural organizations and facilities. A 10-day campus abroad in a fourth country, in South America or Asia, will eventually be added if warranted by the number of students.
STUDENT ASSESSMENT Your learning will be assessed by means of a combination of exams, team exercises, group projects, syntheses and/or participation in class. This last element is essential and will be an important component of your evaluation, as your professional and personal experience can greatly enrich the learning of your peers. Accordingly, you will be required to attend every class and to make the necessary personal arrangements to do so. At the beginning of each course, you will be informed of the type and conditions of evaluation (evaluation criteria, relative weight of the different elements of the evaluation).
Only the instructor may determine a student’s grade in a course. A student may not take a course on a Pass/Fail basis. A student’s grade-point average (“G.P.A.”) is computed by multiplying the term hours of each graded course taken by the grade points earned in the course and then dividing the total number of grade points by the total number of graded hours.
Enquire About This Course
Recipient: HEC Montreal
Tick this if you’d like to know more about fees for this course or university– including information for part-time, distance-learning or international students. Why not use the message box below to tell the university which specific fees you’d like to know more about or to ask about funding opportunities?
Tick this if you have questions about getting admitted to courses at this university, including queries about eligible undergraduate degree subjects or academic entry tests.
Why not use the message box below to tell the university about your existing qualifications and experience?
Tick this is you have questions about studying in a foreign language at this university.
Why not use the message box below to tell the university about your language proficiency or ask if it accepts specific test scores?
Tick this if you’d like to know more about the application process at this university, including the material you will need to provide and the deadline for submissions.
Why not use the message box below to ask more specific questions, such as requirements for international students?
Tick this if you have a more specific enquiry, or if you would just like more general information (such as a prospectus). Use the message box below to let the university know how it can help you.
Including a specific message makes it easier for universities to help you with your enquiry and application. You can ask about information for international applicants, scholarships, student accommodation or anything else you’d like to know about the course.
* required field
Please correct the errors indicated below to send your enquiry