Whether it's music production, artist promotion or festivals, innovative concepts and the targeted use of digital media in music management are more important than ever. So it's no wonder that the demand for professional music managers is booming.
A good music manager combines creative qualities with goal-oriented, entrepreneurial action. The focus lies in the strategic conception and operative management surrounding the realisation of various projects in the colourful world of the music industry.
Contents of the Music Management (B.A.) programme
In our Music Management specialisation you will acquire all the necessary qualifications to professionally and successfully manage projects, productions, concerts, artists and bands. You will learn to think conceptually and act operationally in order to make the right decisions at the right time.
The course contents include a profound knowledge of the target groups and market mechanisms of the entire industry (recording media, live, etc.), contract, copyright and exploitation law, branding and marketing in the music business as well as the sociology and psychology of music, music history and artist management. The curriculum includes:
- Basics of music management
- Live entertainment
- Digital Business
- Artist management and music marketing
- Special topics in music management
Macromedia cooperates with a large number of renowned companies where you will spend a full semester as an intern. You gain practical experience under the supervision of your professors and can start networking with the industry.
Fully accredited semester abroad
Students also spend one fully-accredited semester abroad at one of our worldwide partner universities and gain intensive international experience during their studies.
Students on this B.A. programme are awarded one of the following bachelor's degrees:
- Bachelor of Arts in Media Management with specialisation in Music Management
- Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Music Management
Future career opportunities
Graduates of our B.A. degree programme have varied and exciting career opportunities, including roles as:
- International project manager
- Artist manager
- Talent scout
- Concert promoter
- Entrepreneur in the music industry
Admission requirements are as follows:
- Recognised secondary school leaving certificate
- English language proficiency certificate
- TOEFL (at least 72 out of 120)
- IELTS (at least 6 out of 9)
- CV (curriculum vitae)
- Letter of motivation
- Personal interview (optional)
5,300 € per semester
One-off registration fee
- 500 € (EU students)
- 750 € (Non EU students)
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