Study Level: Master Study Mode: Full Time Duration: One academic year (2 semesters)
Start Date: 1st October 2013; due Date: 30th September 2014
Application Deadlines: 1. June 20th 2013 2. September 19th 2013
Directors: Milena Dragićević Šešić, PhD; Jacques Bonniel, PhD
Location: University of Arts in Belgrade, Serbia
MA in Cultural Policy and Management study program, taught in English and French, is internationally acclaimed and accredited by the University Lumière Lyon 2 and supported by other partner universities, professional organizations and guest experts from all over Europe. It attracts not only students from the Balkan region, but also those coming from Europe and worldwide, who seek an innovative, stimulating and unique study environment. As a heart-centered Balkans university, we benefit from the cultural resources of the capital city and the extended regional art and culture community that meets in Belgrade. This program enables students to be a part of this creative capital and of the multicultural landscape of the Balkans. For its excellence in promotion of intercultural cooperation and mediating capacities of culture, the MA in Cultural Policy and Management has been named UNESCO Chair in 2004.
MA in Cultural Policy and Management is implemented through lectures, project making, research based learning, problem-solving, small group work, internships in France and Balkan countries, seminars and workshops designed to help the student develop wider contextual understanding, research skills and awareness of professional issues. Courses are taught in both English and French (consecutively translated into English). Non-French-speaking students are given the opportunity to gain fundamental knowledge of French language through the pro bono French Course. Since we encourage most of our students to become practicing professionals, an internship in the field is obligatory, but previous professional experience might also be credited. The program is concluded by master thesis research and finally the title given by the University of Arts in Belgrade is MA in Cultural Policy and Management and title given by the University Lyon 2 is Master 2 Développement de Projets Artistiques et Culturels Internationaux.
Inscription deadlines: June inscription period: 27th – 28th June 2013; September inscription period: 26th – 27th September 2013.
Website: http://www.arts.bg.ac.rsProgram Coordinator: .$encode_method.($matches)
Tel. +381 11 2624281
Program professors are actively involved in Cultural Policy, Management and associated disciplines, and also engaged in related academic and practice-based research, giving the program its strong identity and firm foundations. Program directors are Milena Dragićević Šešić, PhD, Professor at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, UNESCO Chair holder and Jacques Bonniel, PhD, Head of the Master 2 Programme Développement de Projets Artistiques et Culturels Internationaux, Université Lyon 2.
Faculty includes: Lidia Varbanova, PhD, John Molson School of Business, Concordia University, Montreal Philippe Teillet, PhD, Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Grenoble (Université Pierre Mendès-France) Jean-Paul Bozonnet, PhD, Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Grenoble (Université Pierre Mendès-France) Dominique Sagot-Duvaroux, PhD, Université d’Angers, Paris I Sorbonne Tomislav Šola, PhD, University of Zagreb, Director of the European Heritage Association, Zagreb Sanjin Dragojević, PhD, University of Zagreb Irina Subotić, PhD, Professor Emeritus, President of the Europa Nostra Serbia Vesna Đukić, PhD, Faculty of Dramatic Arts, Belgrade Tijana Mandić, PhD, Faculty of Dramatic Arts, Belgrade
Dragan Klaić Fellowship
Regional Student Scholarship Dragan Klaić Fellowship (student scholarship) is presented in memory of Prof. Dragan Klaić, PhD, theater scholar and cultural analyst. It is supported by the Open Society Foundations and the European Cultural Foundation. The Fellowship aims to encourage and stimulate candidates from the Balkan region to apply for this international master study program. It is given annually to the best candidate – to cover tuition fees, as well as student’s living costs in Belgrade during the academic year.
Total amount: USD6,000
Application documents and personal profiles will be reviewed and evaluated by the entrance exam jury members of the UNESCO Chair in Cultural Policy and Management and the Committee for the Dragan Klaić Fellowship Program.
Dragan Klaić was a theater scholar and cultural analyst. He served as a Permanent Fellow of Felix Meritis Foundation in Amsterdam and taught Arts and Cultural Policy at the University of Leiden. He obtained a degree in Dramaturgy in Belgrade and a Doctorate in Theater History and Dramatic Criticism from Yale University. Klaić worked as a theater critic and dramaturge, held professorships at the University of Arts in Belgrade and University of Amsterdam, guest professorships in the USA, at the CEU Budapest and University of Bologna, led the Theater Instituut Nederland, co-founded the European Theater Quarterly Euromaske, and served as the President of the European Network of Information Centers for the Performing Arts and of the European Forum for the Arts and Heritage. His fields of engagement were contemporary performing arts, European cultural policies, strategies of cultural development and international cultural cooperation, interculturalism and cultural memory. He led complex international research projects, conceptualized numerous conferences and symposia, authored and edited publications. Klaić is the author of several books and hundreds of articles. He was the Chair of the European Festival Research Project. Dragan Klaić passed away in August 2011.