Gateway to Cultural Management Studies
Gateway to Cultural Management Studies is an exchange programme offered by School of Business and Culture of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences. The applicants should be students enrolled at a partner university of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences.
The cultural manager’s core competencies include the design and implementation of productions, productization, brand building, and communication. The cultural manager is able to anticipate and assess benefits of productions, be they cultural, economic, or social.
There is a need for the cultural manager’s competencies in the media and entertainment industry, publishing, sports-related productions, advertising and marketing organisations’ productions, art productions (music, theatre, TV, film), as well as game and other interactive productions.
The exchange programme in Cultural Management offers courses in these fields.
The studies include small group work, expert lectures, company visits, learning assignments, project work and practical training in real learning environments.
Spring semester 2019
18 February 2019 - 24 May 2019
PROFESSIONAL STUDIES: Two Tracks – Choose One (either Track 1 or Track 2)!
Documentary Film Production, 10 ECTS
Developing Concepts for Web and Mobile Communication, 8 ECTS
Basics of Video Lighting, 2 ECTS
Sociocultural Event, 10 ECTS
Idea Generation Tools for Planning Productions 2, 3 ECTS
Partnerships for Productions, 5 ECTS
In addition, you can choose one of the courses in:
ELECTIVE PROFESSIONAL STUDIES:
Renewing Media, 5 ECTS
Introduction to Social Media, 5 ECTS
You are also free to choose courses in the categories of ‘Elective Studies’ and ‘Culture and Language Studies’:
Cross-Cultural Business and Marketing Communication, 6 ECTS
Sustainable Management, 3 ECTS
Creating Websites, 3 ECTS
Music Documentaries in Society and Culture, 3 ECTS
LANGUAGE AND CULTURE STUDIES:
Finnish Language and Culture, 3 ECTS
Doing Business in English, 3 ECTS
Intercultural Communication, 3 ECTS
Spring semester 2020
17 February – 22 May 2020
Programme will be updated later.