The only qualification of its kind in South Australia, this program is designed to provide you with the advanced skills, experience and expertise to pursue managerial careers in the arts and cultural management industry. As part of our Master program, you will cover a number of management areas including arts management, arts development and arts law. You will also gain a breadth of knowledge and skills that will enable you to inform policy-making at government and peak industry body levels.
The UniSA Business School’s joint initiative with the Adelaide Festival Centre places you at the forefront of arts, culture and education. The development of the Asia Pacific Centre for Arts and Cultural Leadership is focused on ensuring Adelaide becomes the hub of arts and cultural partnership activities in the Asia Pacific region, further enhancing your career prospects locally and abroad.
You will be well equipped to pursue a management career in organisations such as museums, galleries, theatrical companies, arts centres and festivals. Opportunities also exist in small artist cooperatives and entrepreneurial companies in staging events, touring performances and exhibitions.
Executive Partner Programme
As part of your studies, you can apply for our Executive Partner Programme. Paired with a highly successful senior executive, you will gain industry insights and expert advice to enhance your career.
Applicants may be eligible to enter the program with Advanced Standing and complete the requirements of the Masters in less than 2 years. Please see the entry requirements for further details.
When applying through SATAC, please refer to the following codes. Applicants who are uncertain about their eligibility for Advanced Standing are encouraged to include more than one SATAC code in their list of application preferences.
4CM172 Master of Management (Arts and Cultural Management) [2 years]
4CM173 Master of Management (Arts and Cultural Management) [1.5 years]
Watch our testimonial video to see where this program could take you.
For program enquires, please contact Sch-MGN-PGRD@unisa.edu.au or (08) 8302 0935.
International student program enquiries are to be directed through www.unisa.edu.au/Study-at-UniSA/International-students/Enquire-online
Advanced standing may be available to shorten the duration of this program. Please see the entry requirements.