- Objectives and competences
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- Course details
the University of Barcelona's Cultural Management Programme. It seeks to provide training to prospective cultural management, administration and mediation professionals with the skills to take on responsible roles in the public or private sector, tackling generalist projects and a variety of cultural sectors such as audiovisual media, publishing, performing arts, music, heritage services and visual arts. It is also aimed at training researchers in cultural management and policies, leading to the doctoral programme in Cultural and Heritage Management.
The University of Barcelona also offers a variety of UB-specific lifelong learning programmes and part-time vocational courses for professionals in the field of cultural management, including athe master's degree in Management of Cultural Institutions and Organizations and the postgraduate diplomas of International Cooperation and Cultural Management, of Performing arts and festivals production and Managementand of Design of Cultural Projects.
The main language of instruction is Catalan, but some subjects are taught in Spanish or English (this information will be given in the individual course plans).
|Mode of delivery||Presencial|
|Faculty or school||Faculty of Economics and Business|
|Number of places available||35|
|Language(s) of instruction||Catalan: 78%, Spanish: 12%, English: 10%|
|Approximate price per credit||27,67 euros per credit (82 euros for students who are not EU or China nationals and do not currently reside in Spain). Fees for the academic year 2021-2022.|
|Coordination||MONTSERRAT PAREJA EASTAWAY|