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Cultural Leadership

Programma

  • 1e jaar

    In their first year students do course work.

    In the first semester they choose two disciplinary electives (depending on their BA-degree) and follow the Introduction to Cultural Leadership I and II courses.

    The second semester is a joint semester together with students from Roma Tre University. The first block (approximately January-March) is taught in Groningen, the second block (approximately April-June) in Rome, and includes a ten-day Spring School at the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome (KNIR).

    In their first year students do course work.

    In the first semester they choose two disciplinary electives (depending on their BA-degree) and follow the Introduction to Cultural Leadership I and II courses.

    The second semester is a joint semester together with students from Roma Tre University. The first block (approximately January-March) is taught in Groningen, the second block (approximately April-June) in Rome, and includes a ten-day Spring School at the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome (KNIR).

  • 2e jaar

    In their second year students do a research traineeship and write their thesis.

    In the third semester students design their thesis research and start their six-month research traineeship with a cultural institution (in the Netherlands or abroad). In January they will participate in a ten-day Winter School in Groningen related to their thesis research carried out at their host institution.

    In the fourth semester they finish their traineeship and write their thesis.

    In their second year students do a research traineeship and write their thesis.

    In the third semester students design their thesis research and start their six-month research traineeship with a cultural institution (in the Netherlands or abroad). In January they will participate in a ten-day Winter School in Groningen related to their thesis research carried out at their host institution.

    In the fourth semester they finish their traineeship and write their thesis.

Programma-opties

  • Master's Honours Programme (honoursprogramma)

    The Master's Honours Programme was developed especially for students who want to get more from their studies.

    It is a programme worth 15 ECTS that is followed in addition to the standard Master's programme. It is a one-year interdisciplinary programme that is designed to introduce students to various aspects of leadership.

Opbouw programma

VakPeriode 1Periode 2Periode 3Periode 4
Introduction to cultural leadership 1
Two disciplinary electives (20 EC)
Introduction to cultural leadership 2
Cultural Entrepreneurship (Groningen) (5 EC)
Law and Culture (Groningen) (5 EC)
Policy/Politics (Groningen) (5 EC)
Heritage (Rome) (5 EC)
Media (Rome) (5 EC)
Spring School (Rome, June)
Sustainability and Cultural Awareness (Rome) (5 EC)
VakPeriode 1Periode 2Periode 3Periode 4
Thesis preparation, including Methodology Class (20 EC)
Winterschool (January)
Research Traineeship (30 EC)
Thesis Writing (15 EC)

Studeren in het buitenland

  • Studeren in het buitenland is verplicht
  • Voor gemiddeld 12 weken
  • Maximaal 15 EC

All students spend one block (first year, second semester; appr. April-June) in Rome, where they do course work at Roma Tre University and participate in a Spring School at the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome (KNIR). Furthermore, a number of research traineeships are offered by partner institutions outside the Netherlands.

All students spend one block (first year, second semester; appr. April-June) in Rome, where they do course work at Roma Tre University and participate in a Spring School at the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome (KNIR). Furthermore, a number of research traineeships are offered by partner institutions outside the Netherlands.

Waarom in Groningen?

The programme's explicit focus on cultural leadership and its broad, multidisciplinary set-up distinguishes it from (research) master's tracks offered elsewhere in the Netherlands and abroad. Its broad definition of culture and its scholarly emphasis on analytical and strategic skills sets it apart from programmes dealing with specific areas of culture (e.g. Heritage Studies, Heritage Conservation Studies, Arts Studies) as well as from programmes primarily addressing the organizational and execu

The programme's explicit focus on cultural leadership and its broad, multidisciplinary set-up distinguishes it from (research) master's tracks offered elsewhere in the Netherlands and abroad.

Its broad definition of culture and its scholarly emphasis on analytical and strategic skills sets it apart from programmes dealing with specific areas of culture (e.g. Heritage Studies, Heritage Conservation Studies, Arts Studies) as well as from programmes primarily addressing the organizational and executive aspects of cultural leadership in a specific domain (e.g. Arts Management and Policy Studies). Moreover, the programme offers a joint semester with Roma Tre University, a Spring School in Rome, a Winter School in Groningen, and a six-month research traineeship with a cultural institution.

If you have any questions or doubts about your studies, you can always contact the study advisor. He or she knows all the ins and outs of the program and personal planning. Study advisors are impartial and everything that is discussed is treated confidentially. They can also help you find the right institutions and student desks for your problems.

If you have any questions or doubts about your studies, you can always contact the study advisor. He or she knows all the ins and outs of the program and personal planning. Study advisors are impartial and everything that is discussed is treated confidentially. They can also help you find the right institutions and student desks for your problems..

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    Giovanna Fossati is Head Curator EYE Film Institute Netherlands (Amsterdam) and author of From Grain to Pixel: The Archival Life of Film in Transition (2009).

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