The Creative & Cultural Marketing programme will build your knowledge of key generic marketing concepts, such as strategic marketing planning and consumer behaviour. In addition you will explore key aspects of marketing and management theory in the context of the arts and creative and cultural industries, where the behaviour and thinking of individuals and organisations is often different from that of more commercially orientated businesses.
The creative industries are thriving both nationally and internationally, which is creating a myriad of opportunities for individuals who wish to pursue a career in the arts and creative and cultural industries.
You will be exposed to the latest contemporary research in arts marketing and the creative and cultural industries to develop your critical thinking skills and to be at the forefront of the latest thinking in the discipline. This programme of study is closely linked with the Future’s research group within the Business School. Future’s facilitates monthly seminars where both staff and visitors, present papers on their research and share ideas. Within Futures, a sub-group named HAVRC (Heritage and Visitor Research Collaborative) has been set up to facilitate research projects with external agencies and business in the heritage sector. As you study the programme you will be expected, and will be encouraged, to be an active member of the HAVRC research group.
You will develop practical and professional skills through the use of live projects, contemporary case studies and a strategic marketing planning simulation. In addition, there will be regular inputs from arts practitioners, industry experts and leading academics in the fields, which will ensure that you are exposed to the latest practitioner and academic thinking – all of which promote career readiness.
• Researching Contemporary Business Issues • Business & Sustainability • Consumer Behaviour • Marketing in the Arts & Creative Industries • Strategic Marketing Planning • Marketing Communications • Marketing Culture & Heritage • Project Management • Research Investigation
You must meet the University’s general entry criteria for postgraduate study (see View Website).If your first language is not English, you need to take an IELTS test or an equivalent qualification accepted by the University (see View Website).If you do not have traditional qualifications, you may be eligible for entry on the basis of Accredited Prior (Experiential) Learning (APL/APEL). We also consider applications for entry with advanced standing.
Recipient: York St John University
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