Master in Cultural Management and Visual Communications

South-West University

Program Description

Master in Cultural Management and Visual Communications

South-West University

Master in Cultural Management and Visual Communications

This programme is for people who wish to enhance their managerial expertise through active learning. It is suitable for people who are currently working in the field, or those who are seeking to use expertise from elsewhere and who have a strong interest in arts and cultural activity.

The Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) in Cultural Management and Visual Communication is a discursive platform designed to impart specialist knowledge of contemporary cultural management practices through practice-oriented projects and film studies.

The Postgraduate Programme in CULTURAL MANAGEMENT AND VISUAL COMMUNICATION examines the key issues involved in contemporary cultural policy practice through taught modules, group activities, and practical project work. Coursework explores different areas of knowledge, and involves the development and production of projects through lectures and workshops delivered by the lecturers, theorists, producers and filmmakers. The programme focuses on cooperative, interdisciplinary working methods.

It provides participants with an indepth enquiry into the key areas of cultural management, film practice and relevant theory. Students are guided in the development of tools to assess the context of their work, to critically appraise their own practice, and to establish a suitable network for this activity. The Master's programme involves a submission of a written dissertation (master thesis).

The aim of the The Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) in Cultural Management and Visual Communication is to examine changes in current cultural production and to develop innovative displays in relation to these. Aimed at participants from the fields of art, culture and film and media, the programme aims to open up new perspectives in the professional field. The programme also fosters the development of an international network, promoting opportunities for course participants to conduct projects locally, in Europe, and further afield.

Duration of the programme is 2 terms regular and 4 terms part-time as a rule and comprises a total of 60 ETCS-Credits  or 120 ETCS-Credits.

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This course is Campus based
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Oct. 2016
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1 - 2 years
Full time
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Start date Oct. 2016
Place
Bulgaria Blagoevgrad
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