Schedule and Modules

  • Module 1 - Code Culture - basic knowledge about the structure, scheduling, budgeting, financing in the form of sponsorship and funding, human resources and team building in a project are taught and trained, especially creative strategies and new ways of designing these aspects in the cultural and social sector, in which time and finances are scarce.
  • Module 2 - Global Conversation - the latest developments in international dialogue and professional conduct of intercultural cooperation are elaborated. Culture and identity, diplomacy and cultural policy, planning of EU-projects and intercultural communication to extend and improve the quality of projects will be discussed.
  • Module 3 - Media Management - the publication and dissemination of cultural and social projects via the media are in the foreground, as well as learning to increase the visibility of existing media, marketing mechanisms, research and socio-political relevance for the media of television, radio, print and social websites.
  • Module 4 - Living City - the city as an entity is worked on as an indispensable playground within the scope of the art of project management. The most important, most conflicting and exciting developments occur in cities, which can thus be understood as socio-political and cultural laboratories. In this module the emphasis lies on concrete examples such as the innovative city, community art, and festivals, from an interdisciplinary perspective.
  • Module 5 - Final Presentation - the participants will present and discuss the thematic contents of the Modules 1-4 based on projects.

Please find the overview of the dates in the schedule for the winter term 2023/2024.

ECTS Workload

An ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) Credit describes the typical workload students should take into account to accomplish certain study goals. One ECTS Credit equals a workload of 25 working hours for an average student. (This workload includes time spent in lectures, time spent on homework, time spent interning (if applicable), study time and examination time. The 25-hour Workload per ECTS Credit is an estimate of the average time an average student needs to complete certain study goals, it is not equal to the actual time a student may or may not need to complete these goals.