IUP MAC (Arts and Culture Professions)

IUP Professions in Arts and Culture


Course objectives


The objective of the IUP is to train professionals to be capable of managing and administering projects within a team, an association, a public or private business unit or in collaboration with other arts and culture professionals with a view to cultural and economic development.


In order to firmly position this course within the LMD framework, an International Master is currently being developed.


Opportunities and/or prospects


Current professions and future possibilities:


  • Manager of a cultural site (site where events are held, cultural sites, galleries, museums, media libraries, memorials?)
  • Administrator or agent for groups of artists (theatre, dance, circus, street art, musical groups, orchestras?)
  • Organiser or manager of cultural events (festivals, seasonal events, shows?)
  • Project or unit manager in various cultural sectors (cultural tourism, public culture policy, scientific and technical culture?)
  • Manager of public services or structures (municipal theatres, cultural departments for territorial administrations?)
  • Cultural engineer
  • Cultural development manager
  • Event project manager


Entry conditions


The number of places available is limited to forty per year. Recruitment is based on an initial selection through entry applications and then by interview.

  • Year one entry: open to all holders of a baccalaureate (or equivalent) + 1 year in higher education
  • Year two entry: open to all holders of a baccalaureate (or equivalent) + a diploma for 2 years in higher education
  • Possibility of admission within the framework of continuing education.

Training plan


Training plan IUP MAC (Arts and Culture Professions)

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