Management of Cultural Organizations - 234 - Master's Year 2

Program Year


  • De l’économie à la gestion de la culture
  • Droit de la culture
  • Marketing et financements privés
  • Mises à niveau
  • Ateliers méthodologiques
  • Gestion sociale et ressources humaines


  • Gestion des productions culturelles
  • Pouvoirs publics et culture
  • Actualités
  • Les industries culturelles et le numérique
  • Production et politiques audiovisuelles
  • Marché de l’art, patrimoine et tourisme culturel
  • Le spectacle vivant
  • Mémoire
  • Stage

Academic Training Year 2022 - 2023 - subject to modification

Teaching Modalities

The program consists of 360 hours of courses, spread out between mid-September and mid-March.

The pedagogically innovative curriculum draws on the major subjects traditionally taught to students in cultural law and economics, production management, marketing, and cultural policy. Specialized courses are added to the core curriculum, and optional electives give students the opportunity to tailor their experience to their interests.

Students are required to take:

  • Five general education courses (economics, law, accounting and financial management, production management, cultural policies)
  • Three required advanced interdisciplinary courses (private marketing and finance, human resources, taxation and current affairs)
  • Three optional advanced courses (out of four): live performance, international exchange, art market heritage, audiovisual, digital industries

Internships and Supervised Projects

Students must complete a full-time internship of three to six months' duration between the months of February and October. This internship can take place abroad.

This professional immersion should give students the opportunity to analyze and understand their contextual landscape in order to develop a project, get a holistic view of the landscape, get to work quickly, and apply the skills they have been taught in order to find employment in the cultural field.