We're proud to announce the launch of the Joint Master in European Cultural Governance, organised in cooperation with our long-standing partner CIFE.
With this new Master, students will live in Rome, Berlin and Nice and learn how the intrinsic relationship of Cultural Heritage, Sustainable Development and the Digital Transition can contribute to a constructive transformation of 21st century society.
During the year, students of the Master Euroculture will:
- Embark on a cultural Grand Tour of Europe with immersive experiences in culturally significant locations in Rome, Berlin, Nice and Paris.
- Gain a comprehensive understanding of European cultural heritage and its challenges in light of the twin ecological and digital transitions.
- Study the new policy opportunities and challenges raised by artificial intelligence.
- Learn how Europe's cultural policies can be a model for global sustainable development.
- Comprehend the legal and economic dybamics of the modern cultural and creative industries in the EU.
- Acquire the professional skills required to manage, budget and raise funds for European cultural projects.
- Meet and exchange with key actors in the culture sector, such as artists, museum curators, policy-makers and academics.