About this course
Studying cultural economics, students will operate at the cutting-edge of social theory and prepare to leave a mark in the cultural sector. Students acquire a solid background in cultural economics and research methods. They learn about the latest advances in the economics of:
- Art markets,
- Cultural policy,
- Cultural organizations and creative industries,
- Entrepreneurship and innovation,
- Marketing of cultural goods,
- and about culture beyond markets.
The programme is intimate and interactive. It is ranked among the very best in its field. Students will prove that they can conduct sophisticated research and leave well prepared for a career in the cultural sector.
- Relevant bachelor diploma: It has to be equivalent to EUR bachelor's programmes prior to the corresponding master's programme.
- Different master specialisations require certain academic backgrounds additional to having a relevant bachelor degree.
- Sufficient mathematics and statistics: All programmes are taught from a strong quantitative approach. A solid background in mathematics and statistics is a necessity for every programme.
- Academic TOEFL: 232 / 90
- Academic IELTS: 6.5