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Cultural Economics and Entrepreneurship
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Cultural Economics and Entrepreneurship at Erasmus University Rotterdam will jumpstart your career in the cultural and creative sectors.

You can work at the heart of (international) cultural organisations, government agencies, NGO's or SME's, developing new business strategies, as PR advisor or policy maker. You can also start a career as a journalist, consultant, or teacher.

Career opportunities

Due to your ability to apply cutting edge economic theories to long-term cultural developments and trends, you are much sought-after in consultancies, private businesses as well as public institutions. The broad international and interdisciplinary scope of the programme will also give you job prospects in the field of NGOs and international non-profit institutions.

The cultural and creative sector is made of a vast number of small businesses and freelancers specialised in a particular creative niche. Cultural Economics and Entrepreneurship also stimulates the creative, entrepreneurial spirit, fully equipping you to start your own creative business.

Our graduates started their career in a variety of different fields, such as art markets, marketing, PR & management, events, fashion & design, media production, consultancy & policy, and research & education.

Academic Career

Graduates of Cultural Economics and Entrepreneurship can apply for PhD positions in a variety of countries and disciplines.

They may also be eligible for an abridged programme of the Research Master Sociology of Culture, Media and the Arts at Erasmus University Rotterdam, which further strengthens their academic research skills.

Graduation Cultural Economics & Entrepreneurship
Graduation Cultural Economics and Entrepreneurship
Graduation Cultural Economics and Entrepreneurship

Our alumni

The master Arts and Culture Studies at Erasmus University counts more than 1000 graduates who completed one of the following specialisations: Arts, Culture & Society, Cultural Economics and Entrepreneurship and Tourism, Culture and Society.

On our alumni website you can read the alumni experiences from graduates of our three master specialisations and you will discover how the international, hands-on approach of the master Arts and Culture Studies is reflected in the wide variety of work fields and countries in which our graduates are employed.

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