No borders.
No limits.

Master in
Arts Management

A unique experience

Take arts management courses in five countries and live an experience like no other international cultural management degree program.

Details of the program


Five arts capitals: Dallas, Montréal, Bogotá, Seoul and Milan

managers in
the cultural
management field

A life-changing

Our alumni tell
their stories.

MMIAM trains a new generation of international arts managers to meet market needs.

More info about alumni services

Positions held
by our graduates

Almost 100% placement rate
  • 1
    Elizabeth Alvarado
    Museum Specialist
    Ministry of Culture of Peru, Lima
  • 2
    Álvaro Andrés Martínez Coronel
    General Manager
    Teatro Villa Mayor, Bogotá
  • 3
    Shayna Schlosberg
    Equity Leader
    Oregon Public Broadcasting, Portland
  • 4
    Seulgi Hong
    Assistant of the Ambassador
    Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Korea, Seoul

Behind the
MMIAM program

Two of the best schools
in the world

Get the most valuable arts and cultural
management degree on the market.

Meet all our international partners

  • #4 among business
    schools in Canada
  • #54 among business
    schools worldwide
  • Among the top 50
    universities in the world
    for alumni employability
  • Association of MBAs Accredited
  • EFMD Equis Accredited
  • AACSB Accredited

  • #6 among U.S.
    schools for internship
  • #13 among
    U.S. schools with the
    best alumni networks
  • Top Music
    School in the U.S.
Join the Master in International Arts Management, travel to five countries and meet professors, managers and organizations working across the globe.

Behind the
MMIAM program

A strong team of experts
in arts and cultural

The international advisory committee comprises cultural and leadership management professionals who helped the academic team develop the best Master in International Arts Management in the world.

Meet the international
advisory committee

Top-level directors
from the arts sector
around the world.

  • Glenn D. Lowry
    Glenn D. Lowry
    The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
    New York
  • Sophie Galaise
    Sophie Galaise
    Managing Director
    Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
  • Sergio Escobar
    Sergio Escobar
    Former Director
    Piccolo Teatro