This degree involves the study of business as it relates to management in the arts and cultural sector. The overall objective of the programme is to produce competent graduates who will be able to:
Operate as professional managers in the arts and cultural sectors.
Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of the complex issues facing contemporary arts and cultural organisations.
Aply business skills to enhance the management capabilities of the organisations they work for and with.
You will engage with a wide range of business and arts related subjects, developing skills and competencies that will enable you to work in the arts and cultural sector. Many students learn best from experience and part of this degree involves hands-on business experience, which are work based and simulate real world scenarios, e.g. running visual, music and performance related events, and participating in business games, debates and cultural field trips. In Year 3, students spend 20 weeks working in arts and cultural organisations, giving a taste of future career possibilities.
CAO application deadline: 1st February annually. If you have missed this application deadline, you can still use the CAO late application deadline (1st May annually).
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