Arts, Policy and Cultural Entrepreneurship

SubjectArts, Culture


Type of DegreeMA

EU FeesEUR 2,314

Cost non-EUEUR 14,800

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Is this programme for you?

The Arts, Policy and Cultural Entrepreneurship programme is suitable for students who are interested in developing strategies to sustain and enhance the role of film and audiovisual art, music, theatre and performance art, literature and visual arts in the public sphere. You may aim to become an art manager or marketer, policy officer or cultural entrepreneurs. Preferably, you would have a background in one or two art disciplines. You would need to have a basic understanding of sociological theory.

Why study Arts, Policy and Cultural Entrepreneurship with the University of Groningen?

This programme focuses on organising art and the role of art in today's society.

Our curriculum combines methods from critical sociology, public policy studies, management studies and cognitive perspectives on the arts. You will learn to critically reflect on the values that influence local and global art practices. You will also learn to devise strategies on how the arts should be managed, marketed, and addressed by public policy agents in order to strengthen their role in society.

How to apply

To apply to our Master's programme in Arts, Policy and Cultural Entrepreneurship, you need to have obtained a Bachelor's degree in Arts, Culture and Media or in a related field, such as

  • Arts Philosophy
  • Arts Sociology
  • Arts Policy
  • Film
  • Music
  • Theatre
  • Literature

Career opportunities

  • Professional organiser, manager, marketing or publicity agent
  • Public policy official
  • Cultural entrepreneur
  • Independent consultant
  • Event organiser

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