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Master of Management in International Arts Management
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Master of Management in International Arts Management

Locations

Canada: Montreal
Italy: Milan
United States: Dallas

Degree Levels

Masters

Subjects & Courses

  • Accounting
  • Art & Fine Arts
  • Arts
  • Business
  • Communications
  • Conservation & Preservation
  • Culture
  • Dance
  • Design
  • Film
  • Filmmaking
  • Graphic Design
  • History
  • Illustration & Animation
  • Journalism & Broadcasting
  • Leadership
  • Literature
  • Management
  • Marketing, Advertising, & Pr
  • Music
  • Music - Vocal Performance
  • Photography
  • Screenwriting
  • Theater
  • Tv & Media Production
  • Visual Arts

Dates

Please send us an email for more information

Terms Available

Academic Year

This Program is open to

Worldwide Participants.

Cost in USD

40,000 (merit-based scholarships available)

Program Includes:

- All costs related to the program
- Travel between SMU Dallas and HEC Montreal and between HEC Montreal and SDA Bocconi, Milan
- Travel + hotel for the 10-day campus abroad in Colombia

Accommodation Options

  • Apartment/Flat
  • Group living
  • Guest House
  • Home-stays
  • Independent living

Experience Required

Yes. The MMIAM program is designed for those with an undergraduate arts degree and those who are frontline cultural managers (tour managers, managers of travelling exhibitions, heads of film co-productions, international marketing managers, artist managers). You may apply if your BA is not directly in the arts, but you should list all your work experience in the arts as well as any internships that you have held, and you should describe your motivation for working in this field (in the written statement). You should also show that you have an interest in working in an international market (interest in other cultures, languages, and so on).

Application Procedures

  • Letters of Reference
  • Phone/Video Interview
  • Resume
  • Written Application