Master's Degree in Creative Economy

Best Master's Programs in Creative Economy 2017/2018

Creative Economy

A master's degree is a postgraduate academic degree. One must already have an undergraduate degree to apply for a master's program. Most master's degree program would require students to complete a master's thesis or research paper.

A Master in Creative Economy focuses on the development of markets and demand for content-focused media and industries. This program will use traditional economic-analysis tools as well as more contemporary theories regarding value-adding industries and service industries where creative input is essential to accomplish success.

Master's Program in Creative Economy

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Master in Global Markets, Local Creativities (Erasmus Mundus International Master)

Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication - Erasmus University Rotterdam
Campus Full time September 2018 Netherlands Rotterdam

The programme aims to examine how local places (clusters, cities and regions) and local actors (entrepreneurs, firms and policymakers) generate local competitiveness under global market conditions. [+]

Master Programs in Creative Economy. Master in Global Markets, Local Creativities (Erasmus Mundus International Master) Global Markets, Local Creativities (GLOCAL) This two-year International Master leverages the complementary and interdisciplinary expertise, resources and networks of four leading universities (The Consortium) in four innovative cities: Glasgow (United Kingdom) Barcelona (Spain) Rotterdam (the Netherlands) Göttingen (Germany) The programme aims to examine how local places (clusters, cities and regions) and local actors (entrepreneurs, firms and policymakers) generate local competitiveness under global market conditions. This two-year programme equips you with the critical skills to make sense of the intersecting complementarity of the global and local but also provides opportunities for practical experience. The degree is ideal for highly talented students seeking a career in urban or public policy organisations, multinational corporations, international consultancies, cultural and creative industries, media or other non-profit organisations. Students will be encouraged to explore a variety of interdisciplinary perspectives on the process and experience of globalisation from a place-based perspective, in particular of cities, creative industries, development and local cultures of entrepreneurship. Programme Structure This is a 2-year full-time degree with two pathways: “Global History & Creative Cities" Pathway 1 (Glasgow, Barcelona, Rotterdam) that stresses economic orders, creative cities and industries, and the history of international relations and globalization. Pathway 1 is suitable for applicants from Arts and Humanities academic background (English Language, Literature, Anthropology, Languages etc.) “Global Markets & Development” Pathway 2 (Glasgow, Barcelona, Göttingen) that stresses global political economy, immigrant entrepreneurship, and global marketing and mass consumption. An academic... [-]