Arts and Cultural Management
ATTENTION: This study program can no longer be chosen. In 2018, it has been substituted by the program Management with its four specializations Marketing, Media Communication, Arts & Entertainment and Event.
I love all those who walk a different path. Who can turn the world upside down and make us reconsider what we already know, or simply fascinate us with their thinking. I love the people who can inspire and enrich us with their music, their painting or their writing. Maybe there's a bit of artist hidden inside me. But more than that there's a drive in me to that wants to promote art and culture in a world where culture and the economy are ever more interconnected.
That's why I chose a degree course in Arts and Cultural Management at Karlshochschule. I can learn how culture actually works, which people and organizations are involved, and what makes us recognize something as culture or art. As I study I'll get to know the movers and shakers in the cultural sector and will preparing for the future, possibly as the organizer of cultural events in a museum or as a cultural manager in an agency. There are so many possibilities I can imagine I will be studying my passion at Karlshochschule.
Head of Degree Program
Degree Program Structure
Karlshochschule opens up a whole new, exciting world with each module in the Arts and Cultural Management study program. When I look at the module overview, I discover at the same time how the contents of my studies are logically interconnected, thereby revealing Arts and Cultural Management to me as an overarching whole.
Study year 1: Analysis and Strategy in Management and Scientific Research Methods
Study year 2: Transfer of theoretical knowledge to company projects
Study year 3: Internship, semester abroad and Bachelor Thesis
Nur Bakkar, Arts and Cultural Management
"Intimate, informal, creative, productive and practical – that's how I would describe my everyday routine at Karlshochschule. I have fun here and feel good. I can contribute to the development of my degree program and get to know some really interesting people."
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Isabella Blatter, Arts and Cultural Management
"Parallel to my Arts and Cultural Management studies, I also work in the Marketing and Communications department. Here I have the opportunity to assist with work on a range of different projects – and my ideas are welcome, too. It's great fun to use my imagination to influence and enrich my University."