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IUDAA-URJC Masters

Develop new skills focused on the new role of the leader in research and comprehensive management within the cultural and creative industries.

Master's degree. 60 ECTS

Master in Performing Arts

An academic proposal directed towards research in the Performing Arts from a multidisciplinary and contemporary perspective.

Master's degree. 60 ECTS

Master's Degree in Management and Leadership of Cultural Projects

Develop new skills focused on the new role of the leader in research and comprehensive management within the cultural and creative industries.

Master's Studies
Professional Development
and research

Our Masters are recognized throughout the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). Official master's degrees allow access to doctoral studies and score points in competitive exams and job boards, helping to improve your work and your professional profile.

Master's degrees

Tailored to your needs

Our Masters have the duration of one academic year, they adapt to your needs allowing you to reconcile your work life with your postgraduate studies.

One step further

Knowledge acquisition

 With all the guarantees and tools for you to take a step further in your academic training. 

Academic excellence

Research

Develop research habits in your field of artistic specialization. Make appropriate decisions in the field of direction and management of cultural projects.

Take the step!

100%
occupied places

Course 2019 / 20

Why should I do a Master's degree?

Develop new skills. Take one more step in your academic studies towards the highest level of your training as a performing arts professional, from a multidisciplinary perspective. Adapted to your time, so that you can make work life and your postgraduate studies compatible.

MASTER'S DEGREES THE BEST EDUCATIONAL

FAQs

Who is the Master for?

Students who have possession of an official Spanish university degree or another issued by a higher education institution of the European Higher Education Area that authorizes access to Master's degrees in the country that issued the degree.

Is it necessary to pass an access test?

It is not necessary.

Candidate selection:

The preferred profiles for admission to the Master's Degree in Management and Leadership in Cultural Projects include: University graduates and postgraduates in Dance and Performing Arts, in Cultural Management, art and humanities, higher graduates in artistic education who meet the requirements for access to a university master's degree, university holders in social and communication sciences, and other university graduates linked academically or professionally to cultural industries or activities of production, management and promotion of culture.

The selection of applicants is carried out by the Head of the Master, who may rely on a Commission appointed for this purpose, which would include at least two professors responsible for the subjects. The procedure will consist of examining the applicant's academic record and standardized curriculum, as well as conducting an interview.

During the selection, criteria of coincidence with the profile of the degree, experience or professional connection, and motivation will be met.

In the event that the demand exceeds the offer, the following order of adaptation to the profile of the Master will be established:

University Graduates in Dance, (degrees in Visual Arts and Dance; and Pedagogy of Visual Arts and Dance)

Higher Degree in Dance
University Degrees in Cultural Management, Art and Humanities
Graduates of Artistic Education (who meet the requirements for access to a university master's degree)
University graduates in tourism, social sciences and communication
University graduates linked academically or professionally to cultural industries or activities of production, management and promotion of culture.

The weighting criteria will be as follows:

Priority according to the profile of the applicants: 50%

(The adaptation to the profiles mentioned above will grant a better or worse evaluation in this criterion.)

Academic record: 20%

(Academic career reflected in the documentation provided by the applicant, other degrees obtained, complementary training (other higher or postgraduate degrees) with interest and orientation towards the activities of production, management and promotion of culture.)

Curriculum and professional experience and its relationship with the objectives of the degree: 20%

(Relationship of the applicant's working life with the objectives of the degree. With this criterion, we seek to assess the applicant's professional or academic link to cultural industries or activities of production, management and promotion of culture. Among these, preference will be given to those applicants in leadership roles, and those linked to activities of Culture and Development and International Cooperation.)

Interview with applicants (motivation): 10%

(The interview has the objective of elucidating as much as possible the motivation of the student to carry out the master's degree. The applicant's reasons for taking the degree, activities where he intends to apply the knowledge and skills offered by the degree, study or professional plans will be assessed. futures etc

The person in charge of the Master has contact with each and every one of the applicants at the time of receiving and reviewing the required documentation, at which time they will interview the applicant. The interview can also be conducted by email.)

The results and evaluation of each student during the selection process will be filed in their file.

Offer of places: 66 seats. If the minimum number of students envisaged is not reached in a course, the University may choose not to open the teaching group.

Are they practical or theoretical classes?

The classes are theoretical, although practical research activities are carried out; in the case of technological subjects, the practices are carried out with the appropriate software and resources.

Where are they taught?

Both the Master of Performing Arts and the Management and Leadership of Cultural Projects are taught in the Quintana building of the URJC, Calle de Quintana, 21, 28008 Madrid. The entire admission process must be done through the URJC portal. https://www.urjc.es/estudios/master.

Why stay where you are?

The Master's Degree in Management and Leadership of Cultural Projects and Master in Performing Arts They are official. They guarantee studies of academic excellence that will allow you to apply for doctoral programs at any European university.

Number of ECTS Credits: 60 ECTS  

Information

Responsible Center: URJC postgraduate unit
Location: Madrid – Quintana
Modality: Onsite 
Number of ECTS Credits: 60 ECTS  

Contact us

Duration of the Master: an academic year
Contact: Prof. Manuel García (Management Manager)
E-mail: master.projectsculturales@urjc.es

Course 2020 / 21

Self-registration and self-registration dates

Second period
The 1 June to July 13 2020
Publication of admitted July 28, 2020

Third period
September 1-16, 2020
Publication of admitted October 2, 2020

Extraordinary term
From 5 to October 7 from 2020
Publication of admitted October 23, 2020

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International figures such as the dancer and director of the English National Ballet, Tamara Rojo; the dancer and choreographer María Pagés, a reference in flamenco dance, and Eva López Crevillén, director of the Madrid Conservatory of Dance, among many other prominent artists, have completed this degree.

Contact Us

Contact us and we will give you expanded information about the Master's Degree, scholarships, admission, academic calendar and schedules.

+ 34 914-888-177
master.projectsculturales@urjc.es

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