Diploma in Arts Management

Introduction

The Diploma in Arts Management course aims to train managers for the arts and cultural industry, an important and growing sector. Through a broad-based and practice-led curriculum, you will be equipped with a range of essential business skills for the management of arts and cultural projects and organisations.

Opportunities for industrial attachments and collaborative projects would be provided to prepare you to enter this vibrant and increasingly sophisticated industry as young professionals.

You will be taught by a team of experienced lecturers and be given opportunities to learn from industry practitioners.

Learning Outcomes

  • Discuss the performing and visual arts, using appropriate vocabulary
  • Articulate an understanding of the arts and cultural industry
  • Apply appropriate written and oral communication skills in the context of arts management
  • Explore and analyse management issues in arts and cultural projects and organisations
  • Devise marketing solutions for the arts
  • Contribute to developing a fundraising plan
  • Use financial management tools for simple financial reporting
  • Articulate an understanding of fundamental human resource management practices
  • Explore and devise ideas for cultural entrepreneurship
  • Articulate an understanding of legalities and government policies pertaining to the arts
  • Draw on project management skills to manage a range of arts and cultural projects

The following course modules are applicable to students enrolled in August 2017 and after. NAFA students enrolled in AY2016/2017 and earlier are to refer to the Diploma Handbook on StudentNet for the course modules in their respective year of enrolment.

Code Title Semester Credits
DAM1110 Introduction to Arts Management 1 4

This module introduces students to the key terms and concepts of arts management. Students will gain an understanding of the essential business management skills required to run arts and cultural organisations.

DAM1120 Understanding Music 1 4

This module aims to equip students with an understanding of music that is necessary for the management of orchestras, bands, and other types of musical groups. The module will cover a range of Western and Asian musical forms and genres.

DAM1130 Understanding Visual Arts 1 4

This module offers a survey of the major ideas and art movements that have shaped the development of the visual arts. It will equip students with an introductory knowledge of the concerns of modern and contemporary visual arts.

DAM1140 IT Applications for Arts Managers 1 4

This module is designed to develop students’ competencies in computer applications that are essential to arts managers. The module will cover applications for word processing, spreadsheet, presentations, and internet communications.

DAM1151 Academic Writing and Critical Thinking 1 4

This module aims to develop students’ skills in academic writing and critical thinking. Students will be taught how to evaluate sources critically, compile a bibliography, and organise an academic essay.

DAM1210 Business Communication 2 4

In this module, students will learn how to communicate effectively in a range of business settings. The module will cover both written and oral communication skills.

DAM1220 Project Management for Arts Events 2 4

This module aims to develop students’ competencies in planning and managing performances and exhibitions. They will learn how to utilise a project management framework to achieve the objectives of arts events.

DAM1230 Understanding Theatre 2 4

In this module, students will be introduced to some of the key ideas that underpin Western and Asian theatres. Through the module, students will gain an understanding of different theatrical forms.

DAM1240 Understanding Dance 2 4

In this module, students will learn the development of dance as an art form in the West and Asia. Special emphasis would be placed on examining the specific requirements of managing dance performances and companies.

DAM1000 Professional Development Roadmap 1 2 2

This module offers students the opportunity to explore career options in the arts and cultural industries. It aims to guide students in crafting a feasible plan of action to realise their career aspirations.

DAM2110 Financial Management 1 4

This module introduces students to basic concepts and practices of financial management that are essential to the management of arts and cultural organisations. Topics include fundraising and financial accounting.

DAM2120 Marketing and Public Relations 1 4

In this module, students will learn how to develop marketing and public relation strategies for arts and cultural organisations. Special emphasis would be placed on devising plans for audience development.

DAM2130 Museum and Gallery Management 1 4

This module is designed to provide students with an understanding of museum and gallery management principles and practices. Students will be introduced to various aspects of managing museums and galleries including administration, collection handling, and restoration.

DAM2140 Graphic Design for the Arts 1 4

This module aims to equip students with graphic design skills that are necessary to create publicity collateral for arts and cultural organisations. Students will learn how to design a simple programme booklet and posters.

DAM2150 Stage and Production Management 1 4

This module offers students theoretical and practical training in stage and production management. They will learn essential skills such as drawing up a production budget, spiking a stage, and calling cues for theatre, dance, and music productions.

DAM2210 Human Resource Management 2 4

This modules provides students with a working knowledge of human resource management. Students will learn key concepts in recruitment and development of employees to meet organisation demands and goals.

DAM2220 Law and the Arts 2 4

This module offers an introduction to legal concepts and practices pertaining to the arts. Topics include copyright, contract, and licencing.

DAM2230 Exhibition Design and Display 2 4

In this module, students learn the concepts, procedures, and materials necessary for designing and producing exhibitions in museums and galleries.

DAM2241 Lighting and Sound 2 4

This module is designed to introduce students to basic lighting and sound concepts and practices for theatre and dance productions. Students will learn how to install, operate, and maintain simple lighting and sound systems.

DAM2251 Organisational Behaviour 2 4

In this module, students will gain a basic understanding of human behaviour in the workplace. They will learn techniques in facilitating cooperation, resolving conflict, and managing stress.

DAM2000 Professional Development Roadmap 2 2 2

In this module, students will learn how to write effective cover letters and resumes. They will also hone their job-seeking and interview skills.

DAM3020 Fundamentals of Curating 1/2 4

This module offers students the opportunity to explore the creative and practical aspects of curating exhibitions. Students will learn how to develop curatorial concepts, devise marketing plans, and install artworks.

DAM3030 Cultural Entrepreneurship 1/2 4

This module aims to introduce students to entrepreneurial concepts and their application in the field of arts and culture. Students will learn the skills necessary to creating and developing new arts and cultural initiatives.

DAM3040 Arts and Cultural Policy 1/2 4

In this module, students will investigate how governments develop and regulate the arts and cultural industries. In addition to studying the arts and cultural policies in Singapore, students will also examine government initiatives in other countries.

DAM3050 Managing Heritage and Community Arts 1/2 4

This module aims to equip students with a comprehensive understanding of the theories and practices of managing heritage and community arts projects. Students will learn how heritage and the arts are mobilised to achieve a variety of objectives.

DAM3060 Economics of Arts and Culture 1/2 4

This module aims to develop students’ understanding of the economic forces at play in the arts and cultural industries. It will examine economic value of art and the implications of arts production and consumption.

DAM3011 Internship 1/2 20

Students will be attached to an arts or cultural organisation and work on projects that would enhance their management competencies.

DAM3012 Industry Project 1/2 20

Working in groups and led by a lecturer, students will plan and execute an arts or cultural project.

DTD2010 Gemmology* 1 and 2 2

This module explores the science of gems: formation, history, physical properties, practical applications, and the methods and instruments used in the basic identification of the stones, colours and values.

DTD1001 Metalsmithing* 1 and 2 2

Students are introduced to the basic principles of handling raw materials. They will also learn various methods and materials employed in the fundamental techniques of object making.

DTD2020 Introduction to Furniture Design* 1 and 2 2

This cross-disciplinary elective introduces students to the design principles, ergonomic studies and material application in furniture design with the help of workshop practice, concept ideation and presentation.

DTD2043 Introduction to Interior Design* 1 and 2 2

This cross-disciplinary elective introduces students to the basic principles in interior design, with an emphasis on programming, space planning, colour scheme and furniture arrangement for residential design.

DDM2900 Design and Brand Strategy* 1/2 4

This module allows students to discover the framework and strategies of developing a successful brand expression through case studies and analysis. Students will develop a critical understanding of the social (cultures of consumption) and psychological (emotions in marketing) aspects integrated within the context, which will allow students to develop the ability to make good design decisions.

DDM2901 Digital Photography and Publication* 1/2 4

In this module, students will learn to use photography as a medium of expression and communication. Students would explore the different perspectives of story-telling through images, and be equipped with the skills to compile them into a publication.

DDM2902 Packaging Design* 1/2 4

This module allows students to explore the different forms and functions of packaging design to provide packaging solutions that are appealing, functional and sustainable.

DFS2006 History of Asian Costume* 2 2

This module will expose students to Asian elements relating to fashion. Countries and topics covered include Malaysia/Indonesia (Kebaya), India (Sari), China (Cheong Sam and Qi Pao), Thailand (Traditional Court Uniform), Japan (Kimono) and Korea (Hanbok).

DFS2209 Costume Design* 1/2 4

This module allows students to gain knowledge in designing the styles and costumes in theatre, film or television productions. They will be exposed to topics such as reading and analysis of scripts, creation of the mood and style for a production, communication with the Director, distinguishing of characters, and planning of costume plot.

DFS1205 Textile Design and Innovation 1* 2 2

Students will be introduced to various techniques of textile decoration, such as screen-printing and laser cutting to develop their own decorative textiles and prints.

DFS2105 Textile Design and Innovation 2* 1 2

This module explores the manipulation of fabrics through dyeing, shibori, bonding, embossing and weaving to create distinctive textiles.

DFA1001 Introduction to Painting* 1 and 2 2

Students are introduced to the basic tools, materials and techniques in watercolour and acrylic painting. Topics covered include still life and landscapes.

DFA1003 Introduction to Printmaking* 1 and 2 2

Students are introduced to the basic tools, materials and techniques in printmaking. Topics covered include mono-print, woodcut and simple stencil printing technique.

DFA1008 Introduction to Gong Bi* 2 2

This module covers fundamental principles involved in bird and flower compositions, and the line drawing and painting techniques specific to Gong Bi.

DFA1011 Figure Drawing* 1 and 2 4

This module helps students develop the visual and technical skills necessary for portrait and figure drawing. Students work in a variety of media, with an emphasis on charcoal.

DFA1014 New Media Art* 1 and 2 4

This module provides an overview of New Media Art, from the 60s to the present. Students examine a variety of mediums ranging from video art, sound art to digital time-based media.

DMU1041 Instrumental Studies: Guitar* 2 1/2

This module provides a foundation on classical guitar technique, with emphasis on effective hand positioning and a strong grasp of the rudiments of music.

DMU1042 Instrumental Studies: Gamelan* 1/2 2

This module provides students with the practical skills of playing Javanese Gamelan, from simple to slightly complex pieces, up to the level of Irama II.

ACE1001 Speech Presentations* 1 and 2 2

Speech Presentations is a course in writing and presenting speeches. It will impart skills that students need to present their ideas effectively in public. In a supportive classroom environment, students will learn to communicate their ideas effectively using verbal and written techniques.

ACE1101 Business Communication* 1 and 2 2

This module will cover the full spectrum of communications in the workplace; this ranges from effective online correspondences, to report writing, and verbal communication skills.

ACE1102 Entrepreneurship in the Arts* 1 and 2 2

This module will cover the different models of entrepreneurship in the arts industry, and strategies to succeed independently. Students are guided to create personal value and build a productive start-up in the arts with available resources (e.g., intelligence, insight, ethics, initiative and influence).

ACE1103 Starting Your Own Business* 1 and 2 2

This module informs students with essential knowledge in setting up a business. Students develop business literacy through learning basic business principles and processes such as licensing, financial management, start-up operations, and consumer behaviour.

ACR2000 Singapore Arts Scene* 1 and 2 2

This module creates awareness in students of issues and trends in the arts scene, and develops critical thinking skills through problem-based learning.

IDP2001 Interdisciplinary Project 2A* 1 or 2
2

This module is an open platform of at least 2 disciplines, designed to introduce students to identify shared concepts and methods of the various disciplines. It aims to expose students to insights of the various disciplines, and become competent to integrate knowledge from multiple disciplines.

IDP2002 Interdisciplinary Project 2B* 1 or 2 4

This module is an open platform of at least 2 disciplines, designed to introduce students to identify shared concepts and methods of the various disciplines. It aims to expose students to insights of the various disciplines, and become competent to integrate knowledge from multiple disciplines.

IDP3001 Interdisciplinary Project 3A* 1 or 2
2

This module is an open platform of at least 2 disciplines, designed to engage students in identifying shared concepts and methods of the various disciplines. It provides insights of the various disciplines through an interdisciplinary environment, and raise new questions using interdisciplinary perspectives.

IDP3002 Interdisciplinary Project 3B* 1 or 2 4

This module is an open platform of at least 2 disciplines, designed to engage students in identifying shared concepts and methods of the various disciplines. It provides insights of the various disciplines through an interdisciplinary environment, and raise new questions using interdisciplinary perspectives.

*Electives

Although students can choose to take Cross-disciplinary Modules, these modules are not part of the graduation requirements of the Diploma in Arts Management.

NAFA hopes to attract applicants with the potential to become excellent arts practitioners. Applicants are selected by merit, based on the following criteria:

  • Potential in Artistic Talent and Creativity
  • Educational Qualification
  • Language Proficiency
  • Special Factor
  • Age Requirement
  • Module Exemption

Selection is competitive and is subject to the availability of places. However, the Academy may give consideration to talented applicants who excel in Artistic Talent and Creativity, but have not fully met the education qualification stated.


Personal Statement and Testimonial

You are required to submit a 500-word personal statement and a testimonial through https://pss.nafa.edu.sg/

Personal Statement
Your personal statement should articulate your interest for the arts and future career goals. Through your personal statement, you will be evaluated based on your:

  • Past experiences in artistic practice, arts management and/or attending arts events
  • Aspiration to work in the arts and cultural industries
  • Written communication skills

Testimonial
The testimonial should be written by an official (e.g. teacher, principal, advisor, etc.) of an educational institution you have attended. Through the testimonial, you will be evaluated based on your:

  • Personality traits
  • Participation in co-curricular activities
  • Leadership ability or potential

Minimum Educational Qualifications Required

  • Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘O’ Level: Aggregate score of 25 points or better in 4 GCE ‘O’ Level subjects, excluding English.

    Applicants who are active in their Secondary Schools’ Co-curricular Activities (CCA) may gain up to 2 CCA points. The CCA points can be used to improve their EQ aggregate score for admission consideration.

    Types of bonus points No. of bonus points awarded
    Grades of A1–A2 2 points
    Grades of B3–C6 1 point
  • Singapore Integrated Programme: Successful completion of Year 4 or higher.
  • School of The Arts (SOTA): Successful completion of Year 4 or higher.
  • Institute of Technical Education (ITE): Full-time Higher Nitec or Nitec.

Minimum Qualifications Required
International applicants who have completed at least 10 years of education may be considered for application. Relevant supporting evidence of applicants’ achievements in the arts must be submitted with the application.

If the earliest you are able to submit your full results is mid-2018, you may use your most recent school examination or preliminary examination results, which must be certified by your school, for application.

Overseas Educational Qualifications Accepted

China

  • Senior High School Leaving Certificate Examination
  • National College Entrance Examination (NCEE), also known as “Gao-kao”

India

Secondary School Certificate (Standard X) from:

  • The Central Board of Secondary Education Examinations (CBSE)
  • The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (ISCE)
  • Other certificates equivalent to GCE ‘O’ Level

Indonesia

  • Sekolah Menengah Atas /Umum (SMA/SMU) National Final Evaluation Examination*
    *Good SMA/SMU/High School Year 10 and 11 results will be considered.

Korea

  • High School Graduation Certificate of National Examination (Year 11/Year 12)

Malaysia

  • Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) Examination
  • Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM) Examination
  • Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) Examination

Myanmar

  • Basic Education High School Examination/Matriculation

Philippines

  • High School Diploma/Certificate

Sri Lanka

  • Sri Lanka General Certificate of Education - Ordinary Levels

Thailand

  • High School Year 12*
    *Good High School Year 10 and 11 results will be considered

Vietnam

  • High School Year 11 Results
  • High School Diploma (Year 12)
  • Diploma in arts-related studies

Other Qualifications

  • General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE)
  • Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE)
  • International Baccalaureate Middle Year Programme (IB MYP)
  • International Baccalaureate Diploma (IBDP)
  • International Baccalaureate Career-related Certificate (IBCC)
  • International Baccalaureate Certificate

The minimum English Language proficiency requirement:

  • Grade C6 at GCE ‘O’ Levels
  • TOEFL iBT 50
  • TOEFL 500
  • IELTS Band 5
  • SAT score of 480 (Evidence-Based Reading and Writing component)
  • Qualifications equivalent to any of the above

Applicants who are unable to provide documentary evidence showing that they have met the English Language proficiency requirement, will be required to sit for the NAFA English Placement Test.

Recognition is accorded for prior achievements in areas relevant to intended studies.

Applicants should be 16 years of age or above in the year they are admitted to Year 1 of the diploma course.

ITE students from selected full-time Higher Nitec/Nitec courses* may apply for early admission. They can use their preliminary examination results (cumulative GPA of up to the 3rd term for a 2-year Higher Nitec/Nitec course or 5th term for a 3-year Nitec course) for application. The minimum cumulative GPA for early admission is 3.0.

Applicants are still required to submit their final-year results and meet the early admission requirements of the respective courses. Any applicant who does not meet the early admission requirements will have his/her conditional offer revoked.

*List of courses eligible for early admission:

Higher NITEC/NITEC Courses Eligible for Early Admission to the Following NAFA Courses
Higher Nitec in Filmmaking (Cinematography) All School of Art & Design Courses
Higher Nitec in Interactive Design
Higher Nitec in Performance Production
Higher Nitec in Space Design Technology
Higher Nitec in Visual Merchandising
Nitec in Digital Animation
Nitec in Fashion Apparel Production & Design
Nitec in Product Design
Nitec in Space Design (Architecture)
Nitec in Space Design (Interior & Exhibition)
Nitec in Visual Communication
Nitec in Visual Effects
Higher NITEC/NITEC Courses Eligible for Early Admission to the Following NAFA Courses
Higher Nitec in Event Management Diploma in Arts Management
Nitec in Digital Audio & Video Production

Applicants may receive module exemption of up to 60 credits, if they have taken and passed the same or similar modules in another institution. The granting of exemption may be subject to applicants passing a portfolio interview, audition or test. Application for module exemption must be submitted together with the admission application.

Applicants with GCE ‘A’ Level, International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma and IB Career-Related Certificate (IBCC)

Applicants who have completed GCE ‘A’ Level, IB Diploma and obtained at least a B in Art or Music will be eligible to be considered for module exemption (up to 40 credits) in the relevant courses. Applicants from SOTA will also be considered for module exemption in relevant courses.

Applicants with Higher Nitec/ Nitec:

Full-time ITE graduates from the following courses are eligible to apply for module exemption:

  • Higher Nitec in Event Management
  • Higher Nitec in Performance Production

At NAFA, we are committed to providing full and equal educational opportunities to all students. The Academy firmly believes that every individual deserves a supportive learning environment. Applicants are invited to inform us in advance of any specific needs, and/or type of physical facilities or support you might require. Please include this information in your application form, supplemented with the relevant medical reports. This will allow us to assess if our facilities and resources are able to support your needs for the course of study in NAFA.

Course fees indicated here apply to students entering NAFA in the academic year of 2018, with studies commencing on 30 July 2018. All annual fees are based on 40 credits per year. The cost for additional credits taken will be chargeable at course fee divided by 120 credits of the course.

Singapore Citizens S$4,520 per annum
Permanent Residents S$7,070 per annum
International Students S$9,820 per annum
Full Fees S$19,100 per annum

For more information on financial assistance, please refer to the links below:

Tuition Grants are subsidies provided by Singapore’s Ministry of Education (MOE) to subsidise the cost of tertiary education in Singapore.

Tuition Grant may also be offered to Singapore Permanent Residents (SPRs) and international applicants with outstanding academic results and evaluation of the submitted portfolio or results of the admission test/audition, subject to availability. You will be informed through our Letter of Offer if you are eligible for the Tuition Grant.

SPRs and international students who accept the subsidy are required to execute a Tuition Grant agreement with the Government of Singapore represented by the Ministry of Education. Under the terms of the agreement, students are required to work in Singapore for three years upon graduation from their course. We will guide matriculated students with their application for the Tuition Grant. It is, however, the student’s responsibility to complete the process of the Tuition Grant agreement within the deadline set by the MOE.

SPRs and international students who do not complete serving their Tuition Grant bonds will be required to pay liquidated damages, computed based on the prevailing Tuition Grant (as advised by MOE) received during the course of study, plus 10% compound interest per annum.

To find out more about the MOE Tuition Grant Scheme, please visit https://tgonline.moe.gov.sg

These are the fees payable during application Singapore Citizens & PR International Students
Application Fee & Admission Test/Audition Fee for first choice S$70 S$100
Admission Test/Audition Fee for the second choice (optional) S$30 S$30
English Placement Test Fee (if applicable) S$30 S$30

Miscellaneous Fees refer to any optional fees which the students pay only when applicable. Such fees are normally collected when the need arises.

Purpose of Fee Amount (with GST, if any)
Administrative Fee for 1st to 3rd candidature years of study
(including Student Card & Library Membership)
(refundable only if international student’s pass application is rejected by ICA)
S$100 per year
Administrative Fee for 4th and 5th candidature years of study (non-refundable) S$100 to S$150 per semester
Hospitalisation Insurance Fee
(refundable only if international student’s pass application is rejected by ICA)
S$60 per year
Late Payment Charge (non-refundable) S$15 per month
Retake Module Fee Prevailing Full Course Fee/ Total Credits multiply by number of Retake Module Credits
Resubmission Fee for Grade E module (non-refundable) S$30 per module
Appeal Fee for reconsideration of assessment result
(refundable if the appeal is successful)
S$30 per appeal
Extra Modules taken by International Students in their 4th and 5th candidature years of study to satisfy ICA Student’s Pass requirement
(applicable to International students only) (non-refundable)
S$100 to S$150 per credit
Estimated Course Material Fees
(payable to third party) (non-refundable)
S$1,000 - S$3,800 per year
Bank administrative charges for telegraphic transfer imposed by the beneficiary bank
(payable to third party) (non-refundable)
S$30 - S$150 per transaction
Air Fare (for optional Study trip, payable to third party) S$1,000 to S$2,500
Individual overseas expenditures
(for optional Study trip, payable to third party)
S$2,000 to S$3,000
Travel Insurance Fee (payable to third party) S$60 - S$120

For more information on payment, please refer to the links below:

Diploma courses offered by NAFA are publicly-funded and therefore all fees are exempted from the Fee Protection Scheme under the EduTrust requirements of the Council for Private Education.

NAFA students taking full-time programs are covered by a medical insurance scheme that provides 24-hour annual coverage of up to S$20,000 per student for hospitalisation and medical treatments in government and restructured hospitals in Singapore and overseas (if student is involved in school-related activities), throughout the course duration.

Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents or non-Student’s Pass international students who are protected by his/ her own insurance coverage in Singapore can opt-out from the scheme arranged by the Academy if the preceding condition holds. Student’s Pass holders are not allowed to opt-out of the insurance scheme. Students who wish to opt-out from the medical insurance scheme, must submit copy of their medical insurance policy together with their Student Contract.

Please call the Office of Student Care and Internship at 6512 6142 or email [email protected] for enquiries regarding medical insurance claims or application to opt-out from the medical insurance scheme.

Application period for AY2018/2019 intake opens 3 January and ends 31 March 2018.



  1. Apply online
  2. Applicants for Diploma in Arts Management should submit a personal statement and testimonials at https://pss.nafa.edu.sg. Selected applicants may be asked to attend an interview, either in person or via the web.
  3. Print out the Application Acknowledgement and submit all required documents listed below to the Student Admissions Office, NAFA Campus 1, for our verification within five working days from the date of your online application:
    1. Academic certificates and transcripts, e.g. GCE ‘A’ Level/GCE ‘O’ Level/ITE and GCE ‘N’ Level/other equivalent qualifications including TOEFL, TOEFL iBT or IELTS result, if applicable;
    2. NRIC or passport or valid Student’s Pass;
    3. After verification of documents, proceed to make payment of the Application Fee at the cashier counter in NAFA. If applicants choose to pay the Application Fee via PayPal, they will be required to upload the above documents during application.
  4. Applicants who are unable to provide documentary evidence that they have met the English Language proficiency requirement will be required to sit for the NAFA English Placement Test.
  5. You will receive a letter by post on the outcome of your application within 4-6 weeks after your portfolio submission/interview or admission test and English Placement Test (if applicable).

International students residing overseas are required to apply for admission to NAFA through the appointed education counsellors where applicable. Countries with NAFA overseas education counsellors include China, Indonesia, India, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, South Korea, Vietnam and Thailand. Overseas admissions tests start from August 2017 to March 2018. The test dates vary among the countries. Applications made through non-NAFA appointed education counsellors will not be accepted.

Upon completion of this course, you may look forward to the following career options:

  • Artist Liaison & Management
  • Arts Administration & Management
  • Arts Education & Outreach
  • Arts Marketing & Public Relations
  • Arts Programming
  • Community Arts
  • Cultural Entrepreneurship
  • Event Management
  • Exhibition Design & Display
  • Fundraising
  • Heritage Management
  • Stage & Production Management

Introduction

This is a one year, undergraduate Level 6 “top up” programme, validated by the University of Essex (East 15 Acting School), UK which takes you beyond the Diploma in Arts Management.

Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Arts Managementt (Top Up)

The course offers a learning environment which encourages critical thinking, innovation and originality. You will develop your creative, business and management capabilities to a higher level through research, lectures, workshops, real-world case studies, project and problem-based learning.

A major element of the degree is self-directed study where you will be encouraged to develop areas of interest drawn from the creative industry.

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