Content and Facts

A state of the art program, it is designed to bridge best practice and inspirational theory as well as to explore experimental formats and anticipate trends in cultural and social project management.

Participants will enjoy training, establish contacts and develop projects in relevant fields such as innovative project management, intercultural communication and international relations, media work and performing within urban environments in times of societal change.

Associated Careers

The certificate program addresses NGO and governmental practitioners as well as individuals who have an interest and career ambitions in the fields of: 

  • Cultural and Social Entrepreneurship
  • International Relations and Cultural Diplomacy
  • Theatre, Museum and Music Management
  • Education and Sociology
  • Community Engagement
  • Cultural Policy and Cultural Industries

Acquired Competencies

The successful participants will be enabled and empowered to:

  • Understand the principles of the cultural and social sector;
  • Develop projects in the context of social relevance and economic interests;
  • Gain knowledge and create a toolkit for project planning processes;
  • Learn strategies for time, budget, team, network and self-management;
  • Plan international partnerships and European projects;
  • Communicate in intercultural environments and with the media;
  • Establish their projects within urban development and community engagement;

Admission Requirements

Admission to the program requires a university degree OR high school degree with equivalent experience in related fields, as well as sufficient English language skills to follow lectures and participate in discussions.