Economics, Arts, Communication: three concepts which have extensively developed, leading to new ways of disseminating culture, partnerships between businesses and cultural and artistic enterprises, and the improvement and enrichment of mutual skills.
Solid financial management and strongly differentiated strategies are the backbone of businesses. Cultural enterprises need to meet these requirements too. Thus, in 1985, anticipating these new challenges, I imagined an innovative concept: cultural coordination and art management.
The EAC has clearly defined objectives: adapting to the changing economic and cultural context, highly-specialised new technologies and the increasingly-fast circulation of information, by adopting an openmindness-oriented approach in this XXI century.
Thanks to the cultural diversity of students coming from all over the world and the dynamism and high-professionalism of the teachers, the EAC Group has become a leader in promoting the jobs linked to Culture, offering consistent and specialised training.
Conceived as a place for exchanges and debate between teachers and students, the EAC is characterised by intellectual and international mobility (thanks to a proactive approach to internships and placements), its hallmark being its pioneering attitude.
Promoting our actions, our philosophy, our projects, contributes to developing training in cultural coordination and the professions of Culture.
Beyond academic knowledge, the EAC wants students to live a "learning story" during their training.
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