After three years you will receive your bachelor diploma. After which it is up to which path you want to follow! You can either apply for one of the master programmes, but could also start working in the arts and culture sector.
Arts, Culture & Society
During your Master Arts, Culture and Society, you will get knowledge and understanding of development, establishment and methods of the international art world in relation to developments in society as a whole. Furthermore, you can contribute to theory and research in the field of policy and organisational issues within the art world.
Cultural Economics & Entrepreneurship
Creativity and entrepreneurship are leading themes in the cultural sector, as well as in the so-called new economy. The Master’s programme Cultural Economics and Entrepreneurship in Rotterdam revolves around these themes. You will acquire a solid background in cultural economics and research methods. You will learn about the latest theoretical developments in the economics of arts markets, cultural organizations, creative industries, marketing of cultural goods and about culture beyond markets.
Place, Culture and Tourism
The tourism sector has grown into one of the most important industries in today's world economy. Cities, regions and nations are involved in a non-stop competition for the favours of global tourism flows. The field has become more and more diverse, as a result of ongoing processes of globalization and digitization. As an increasing amount of people is able and eager to travel across the globe, different cultures around the world become interconnected. This calls for new professionals in culture and tourism, who possess the knowledge and skills to anticipate and understand the global dynamics between societies, cultures, media and tourism.
Research Master in the Sociology of Culture, Media and the Arts
This two-year Master's of Science (MSc) Programme is specifically intended for intellectually talented and academically motivated students who want advanced, research-oriented training in the sociology of culture and in media studies. The programme will prepare you to carry out research leading to a PhD in sociology, arts and culture studies, or in media studies. However, it is also an excellent stepping stone to a career outside the university, such as in applied social scientific research, cultural policy, and consultancy in the media sector or art world.
Other ESHCC Masters: Master Media Studies
The shift in our everyday experiences to enhanced mediation has had enormous consequences. It has transformed international relations and business opportunities, but also citizenship and democracy, cognition and culture, as well as people’s personal and working lives. Media and Communications has thus become a vital and rewarding field of study that will help you understand contemporary global society and to function successfully within it.