Humanities & Social Science,
CourseGlobal Arts Management (Level 6 Top Up) BA (Hons)
Are you a student of management or Business at HND level? Would you like to study for a degree in Global Arts Management in one year? Would you like to be taught by industry experts at an institution with world-class facilities? DMU’s Global Arts Management is an applied subject where you develop an understanding of academic debates and business management skills as applied to the arts from an international perspective. The course structure allows you to develop your interests and specialise as you progress in your studies.
In addition to deepening your understanding of academic debates, our course will help equip you with the practical tools and skills needed to become a leader in key areas of the cultural arena, including theatres, music venues, galleries, museums and festivals. You will have an opportunity to contribute to the high-profile annual Cultural eXchanges Festival. Previous events have featured inspiring, well-known guests such as Benjamin Zephaniah, Meera Syal and Dame Carol Ann Duffy.
Gain an honours degree in Global Arts Management in one year then go onto study Cultural Events Management MSc.
Develop a range of transferable and interdisciplinary skills such marketing and management theory, fundraising, business planning, licensing, health and safety, collaborative working, programming and cultural policy.
Gain practical real-life experience by taking part in organisational and co-creative experiences to develop your understanding of arts management issues, as well as taking advantage of valuable networking opportunities.
Benefit from top-quality teaching by industry experts, thanks to excellent links with leading organisations such as Universal Music and London’s Southbank Centre.
Our graduates are highly practical individuals who are equipped with business planning, engagement and delivery skills, which are hugely attractive in the arts sector. Graduates hold key positions across a wide range of industries and roles, including The Barbican, Ballet Rambert, Wembley Arena and the BBC.
Take part in our international experience programme, DMU Global to broaden your cultural horizons. Students have benefited from trips to Amsterdam to study the influence of the arts in a different country.