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Bachelor program in Arts Management in Europe(STUDY ABROAD)

Updated: Apr 29, 2022

Students studying the Bachelor of Arts in Europe are prepared for careers in management in the fast-paced arts industry. Our programs provide students with practical arts management skills and theoretical underpinnings of global approaches to understanding the arts, preparing them to meet the challenges of international art markets and leading industry changes.

A global history of visual arts is not Eurocentric but includes artistic exchanges across countries and continents, connections between cultures, and the impact of colonialism on the production and reception of art. Students will develop knowledge and professional skills applied to arts management including courses on art law, sales, display, and marketing as well as the digitalization of art business, fundamental tools in the market today.

Skill development objectives

This program in Arts Management prepares students for the Title diploma (“titre”) Art Sales Management, which is validated by the French State (and registered by the Répertoire national des certifications professionnelles). This professional certificate validates the following skills demonstrated by its graduates

  • Appraisal of artworks: placing the work into historical context, provenance, valuation

  • Marketing & Sales of artworks

  • Curating exhibitions, ensuring their logistics and protection

  • Coordinate and execute sales, and legally safeguard them

Pedagogical objectives

In order to acquire this knowledge & professional skills, the program is based on three objectives


  • group projects on digital strategies in order to apply the skills which are taught in class

  • experiences in art business sectors, enabling students to acquire complementary skills in professional situations (such as internships) and to allow for networking

  • classes delivered by faculty 90% of whom are active professionals within their own fields, including the digitalization of the art market

  • CV development and the growth of professional networks


  • Developing business models, entrepreneurship, innovation and online sales strategies

  • Development of digital communication strategies for audiences and collectors

  • Curating virtual exhibits and building mediation devices to promote them


  • Courses delivered on contemporary cultures with a focus on global art history

  • Study trips or complementary field trips

  • An intercultural dialogue fostered by the presence of more than 25% international students from more than 30 countries.

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