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Friday 12.05.2017

MSc Management and Entrepreneurship in the Creative Economy registration open

MSc Management and Entrepreneurship in the Creative Economy
Audencia Business School


start September 2017


8 Route de la Jonelière
44312 Nantes, Cedex 3

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Audencia in association with the Glasgow School of Art (GSofA) present
MSc in Management and Entrepreneurship in the Creative Economy

This new 12-month English-taught programme combines The Glasgow School of Art's creative spirit with Audencia Business School's expertise in socially responsible business and management practices.

It has been designed by both institutions to support creative practitioners from all horizons in building bridges between the creative and business worlds and shaping sustainable and meaningful careers in the Creative Economy.

Designed and taught jointly by Audencia and the GSofA's Institute of Design Innovation (InDI) and set in two inspirational campuses (in Nantes and the Scottish Highlands), the programme is tailored to the unique learning styles and goals of creative professionals. They will:
• Build their knowledge of responsible management and entrepreneurship in the context of the Cultural and Creative Industries (CCI)
• Develop competencies in creating and managing sustainable projects– with a focus on skills for leading online and offline collaboration, managing creativity and developing sound business models
• Apply and test their acquired knowledge and skills on real-life projects and a collective start-up project
• Develop a diverse and international network of peers, mentors, and industry professionals across creative and business sectors

The programme starts in September 2017.
Bursaries are available.

For more details on the programme, check the following websites

Or email the course director, Dr Catherine Morel,

To apply: