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Master of Arts & Creative Industries management
Master of Arts & Creative Industries management

Master of Arts & Creative Industries management

  • ID:KBS330001
  • Level:Master's Degree
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Admission Requirements

Entry requirement

  • For the students entering in pathway course (long track), degree level diploma required or equivalent 180 ECTS score
  • For the students entering in specialisation course (short track), first master validated or international bachelor diploma (master degree corresponding to 4 years of studying) or equivalent of 240 ECTS score. On exemption for the students owner of a degree level or an equivalent with a high quality of studying or professional experience which garantee the excellence of the educational experience.

English requirement

Level of English required for admission to specialisation course: TOEIC 780 / IELTS 6 / IBT 85 (Applicants with at least one year of study or professional experience in an English-speaking country are exempt). Providing a score of English is not mandatory to apply for the MSc pathway course. An official proof of English level will however be required to progress to the 2nd year of the MSc course.

Other requirement

  • CV
  • Copy of your passport
  • Highest degree certification
  • Certificate of achievement or transcript of your current studies

NOT MANDATORY - Other documents

  • Other degree
  • Recommendation/Cover letter
  • University/school certificate
  • GMAT / GRE score will be to the candidate’s advantage


Course Information

Since 2004, thanks to the expertise of the Creative Industries & Culture research group, the school has enabled students to specialize in the management of arts, culture, and creative industries.

- Visual arts & Heritage,
- Performing Arts (Theater, Dance, Opera,...)
- Cultural Industries (Cinema, Music, Publishing, Video Games, Media...)
- Creative Services (Architecture, Design, Communication, Digital...)
- Taste Industries (craft, fashion, gastronomy, wine & spirits, luxury...)
- Leisure and Entertainement Industries (Tourism, Game, Sport...)

Why choose this programme?

  • French spirit
  • Academic and professional expertise
  • Innovative pedagogy: on-site course and study trips
  • International seminar
  • Meetings with creators

Skills developed

  • Understand the special features of arts, culture & creative industries management and marketing in france and internationally
  • Build and lead creative and innovative strategies for the field
  • Develop creative, intrapreuneurial and entrepreuneurial competences


At KEDGE, we strongly believe that students shouldn’t abandon their education projects because of funding problems. This is why we have launched a financial support plan aimed specifically at helping international students:
- Students applying before the 28 February 2019 will automatically be granted an Early Bird discount of 10%.
- We also offer a range of cumulative scholarships based on the candidate's academic level in order to support the high-profile candidates: Achievement scholarship (15%) and Academic Excellence (20%)..

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Pathway Courses

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Career Opportunity

Career Opportunity

Current developments in creative industries have led to the emergence of new careers. Students find highly attractive and selective jobs in management and marketing in the field. France is world famous for its excellence in Arts, Heritage, Culture, Cinema, Gastronomy, Wine, Fashion, Luxury and Tourism. This creative atmosphere has brought out the talent of hundreds of legendary figures. Nowadays, innovative managers trained in France work all over the world, and are in demand for their specific expertise and skills.


Strategic Development: Entrepreneur, Theater Director, International seller in the Film Industry, business developer in a startup company, etc. 
Marketing: Marketing Director, Head of museum audience policy, head of sponsorship for a music festival, video game brand manager, etc.
Communication: Event manager, head of advertising in a communication agency, Community manager in Tourism, etc.
Production and Supply Chain: Production assistant in Performing Arts, Product manager in Luxury goods, Fashion buyer, etc.


o    Visual Arts and Heritage
o    Performing Arts (Theatre, Dance, Opera, Street Performances, etc.)
o    Cultural Industries (Cinema, Music, Publishing, Video Games, Media, etc.)
o    Creative Services (Architecture, Design, Communication, Digital Technology, etc.)
o    Taste Industries (Arts & Crafts, Fashion, Gastronomy, Wine & Spirits, Luxury, etc.)
o    Leisure and Entertainment Industries (Tourism, Games, Sport, etc.)



Musée du Louvre, Musée d'Orsay, Mu¬sée Guimet, Palais de Tokyo, Quai Branly, Centre Georges Pompidou, Réunion des musées nationaux, Centre National de la Chanson des Variétés et du Jazz, Fondation Culture et Diversité, Arteum, Château de Versailles, Philharmonie de Paris, Opéra Garnier, Fondation Régionale pour l'Art Contemporain d'Aquitaine, Cap Sciences, Musée d'Aquitaine, Le Rocher Palmer, KEA, Option Culture, Comédie de Reims, Folle Journée de Nantes etc...


Warner Bros, Gaumont-Pathé, Univer¬sal, M6 Créations, Le Monde, Viceland Group, Canal +, Fnac, Sony, Lego, Because Music, Deezer, Spotify, Sony Music, Interscope, Ulule, Ubisoft, Flammarion, Hachette, Zalando, The Kooples, Showroomprivé.com, LVMH, Dior, Hermès, Chanel, Guerlain, maison Cartier, Nina Ricci, L'Oréal,, Hyatt Hotel, Billabong…

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