MINI-master “Marketing for Art&Culture” 30CFU
SPRING 2019: Feb16 - May13/ SUMMER 2019: Jun10 - Aug10/ FALL 2019: Sep 16 - Dec 12
This course has been designed by International Academy of Rome in collaboration with Campus Citta’ del Sapere to prepare executives and junior managers in public and private institutions, as well as young entrepreneurs, creative people, architects and consultants who want to develop skills and abilities to set up, manage and promote products and services in the artistic, cultural and entertainment industry.
It requires 4 modules of 40h each, 25 of classrooms and 15h of lab applications for a total of 160h. Upon successful completion of all requirements, students will receive a certificate of attendance worth 30 ECTS credits toward the admission to the second year of the three-year degree course in Literature, Art, Music and Entertainment (L-10).
Following the assessment of their professional background, candidates can also receive 12 credits granted for merit and professional qualifications, thus achieving a total of 42 CFU toward the admission to the year 2 of the above Degree Programs.
Credits will be awarded after the successful completion of all requirements and exams of the 12/week Specialization Program in Marketing for Art and Culture.
From the second year onwards students will receive a userid to access the materials, programs and video lessons of the remaining courses, to be completed online with a Telematic University legally recognized by the Italian Ministry of Education “MIUR”.
International students from English speaking countries and / or schools and colleges in which they have conducted their studies in English language, will be awarded by default 12 credits allocated to the course of English language, which is part of the curricular degree program at eCampus. While the 12 week Mini/Master Program is available in English language with a minimum number of 15 enrolled students, materials to complete all the remaining requirements of this degree program online, are available only in Italian. Therefore candidates who wish to continue their studies within the Bachelor degree program in Literature, Art, Music and Entertainment will be offered an extra course f Italian Language during their stay in Rome.