Opportunities for postgraduate international Chinese students in the Masters of Cultural Economy program at Monash University
Monash University is pleased to offer Chinese international students the opportunity to enrol in the Masters of Cultural Economy program. Internationally recognised as a dynamic and innovative postgraduate course that includes industry experience, this Masters degree can launch graduates into exciting careers in arts and culture.
Why enrol in a Masters of Cultural Economy?
The Masters of Cultural Economy program has been specially designed to help students kick start a career in a range of employment areas where culture, economy and policy intersect.
Arts and culture is a cutting edge area of study as more cities and national governments around the world have placed arts and culture at the centre of their development agenda.
Advancing ideas for community engagement, this Masters program is interdisciplinary and collaborative in nature, taught by experts with international experience who are global leaders in industry, government and academic research in arts and culture.
By studying a Masters of Cultural Economy at Monash University, you will develop a strong foundation in understanding Arts-led regeneration to become a ‘cultural entrepreneur’ which can take your career to the next level.
ESL students are welcome to enrol in this exciting Masters program.
What do I get out of this Masters program?
Students who graduate from the Masters of Cultural Economy program are equipped with industry skills and understanding to make an impact in the arts and culture scene as they embark on professional careers.
Supporting active and practical experience that builds on creative and cultural ideas, established links with China has created opportunities for learning and fieldwork through the Shanghai fieldwork unit.
The Masters of Culture and Economy program is a unique postgraduate experience towards achieving your creative career ambitions. As an international student studying in Australia, you will gain an Australian perspective of arts and culture and make international contacts in this exciting and creative industry.
Recently voted the world’s most liveable city, Melbourne Australia offers you an amazing opportunity to experience living and studying in Australia with Monash University.
I’m interested. Where do I learn more?
- New Masters Programs 2014
- Graduate Coursework Studies
- For more information on the Masters in Cultural Economy at Monash visit http://artsonline.monash.edu.au/graduate-coursework-programs/master-of-cultural-economy/
- Or email Anne Marie Lester : firstname.lastname@example.org
- Information for international students http://www.monash.edu.au/study/international/
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