Organisation of studies

Cultural Management MA Programme is a tailor made offer to all those interested in becoming a member of an international network of cultural and arts managers.

Studies for the new group will commence in September 2018. Classes take place in the centre of Tallinn, and the schedule will be sent to new students by e-mail in August. Studies are organized as a combination of obligatory and elective courses that are delivered either as weekly lectures that run throughout the semester or intensive blocks over 3 to 5 days. This means students can benefit from a flexible programme to balance studies with work and other commitments. The first three semesters have quite full schedules, while apart from a couple of seminars the fourth semester is free for you to work on your MA thesis.
 As part of our individual approach to all students, you may be eligible for advanced standing in recognition of previous studies and work (VÕTA programme). International students may also apply for a DORA scholarship. Further information on these programmes will be given to foreign students after admission.

Cultural Management Curriculum 2018-2020