"I could see problems in my old job. Now I can solve them."
Álvaro Andrés Martínez CoronelTeatro Villa Mayor - General Manager MMIAM graduate 2013-2014
A life-changing experience in 7 major arts & entertainment cities
The MMIAM is the only Master in international arts management that offers a unique global experience. Study in seven arts capitals: Dallas, Montréal, Bogotá, Mumbai, Delhi, Beijing and Milan. Live an experience offered by no other international cultural management program.
Next online info sessions on March 7, 2024
Please note that info sessions are at 12 noon and 7 p.m., Montréal, QC, time.
Become an international arts manager:
an exciting career ahead!
This international arts management degree is the gateway to an exciting international career in arts, cultural and entertainment management. Our extensive network in the international arts and cultural management world will help you realize your career aspirations and give you the knowledge you need to join any arts and cultural organization around the world.
They work in international cultural management:
examples of positions held by our graduates
Elizabeth Alvarado, Projects Coordinator,
Ministry of Culture, Department of Museums, Lima
Álvaro Andrés Martínez Coronel, General Manager,
Teatro Villa Mayor, Bogotá
Seulgi Hong, Assistant of the Ambassador,
Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Korea, Seoul
Shayna Schlosberg, Director of Operations & Strategy,
Women of colors in the arts (WOCA), New York
Frances Craven, Product Innovation Manager,
National Gallery Company Ltd., London
An international career in
cultural and entertainment management
The Master in International Arts Management program is for you if:
- You want to build an international career in arts and entertainment management.
- You want to broaden your horizons during your studies by immersing yourself in six different cultures.
- You have set your goals high and are confident of your leadership potential.
- You want to learn from top professors in arts and cultural management.
- You speak English.
- You have a BFA or another BA but you have work experience in the cultural field.
- You want to be part of an international network of people who share your passion for the arts.
Master in International Arts Management
Our mission is to train a new generation of international arts managers who envision and assess the present and future of active organizations in the performing arts and heritage sectors (museums, historic sites), or in cultural industries (film, publishing, sound recording, etc.).
No other international arts management degree offers the opportunity to travel to seven cities in six countries, study in top arts and business schools, and share with a diverse group of students, professors, faculty and organizations.
Is it an accredited arts management degree?
Yes, it is accredited. The diploma will bear the names of SMU and HEC with the participation of SDA Bocconi. The three schools are accredited.
Although it does not appear on the diploma, we have a partnership with Universidad de los Andes, in Bogotá, where you will participate in a 10-day campus abroad.
How many students will be accepted?
A maximum of 18 students will be accepted per cohort.
May I apply to the program if my BA is not directly in the arts?
You may apply if your BA is not directly in the arts, but you should list all your work experience in the arts as well as any internships that you have held, and you should describe your motivation for working in this field (in the written statement). You should also show that you have an interest in working in an international market (interest in other cultures, languages, and so on).
Why an international approach?
Because the arts market has become global. Through this international arts management program, you will learn to deal with different cultures by studying and living in seven cities in five countries and by being part of a diverse group comprising people from all over the world.
How much does it cost and what’s included
Tuition fees are US$49,800* for the year. Fees include:
- Travel between Dallas and Montréal, Montréal and a city in Asia, and between this Asian city and Milan;
- Return air travel between Montréal and Bogotá plus the hotel while in Bogotá as well as the transportation to and from the airport;
- Hotel and ground transportation in the Asian city, Venice and Rome;
- Subscription to the International Journal of Arts Management (academic journal) and International Arts Manager (magazine for performing arts practitioners.
*Please be advised that each institution may have fees that are paid directly to that university for things such as health insurance, transit pass, parking, sports package upgrades, international student fee, transcript and graduation fee. You should consult your program administrator if you have any questions about what fees to expect.
The program offers scholarships based on merit and needs, meaning that the better your application file (transcripts, experience, motivation, essays, letters of recommendation, test results, etc.) and the more serious your financial need, the greater the chance of receiving a scholarship and the higher the scholarship. For more information about scholarships, register for the next info session and ask your questions to the program director.