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Deakin's arts and entertainment management program is a dynamic course of study based on current arts industry practices. Our courses provide you with a business education, emphasising management, marketing and finance with a series of industry-specific projects ideal for those working in arts and entertainment management. These skills are vital for the success of cultural organisations today.Why choose Deakin?
Deakin's arts and entertainment management program has close ties with industry. A high profile advisory board is headed by one of Australia's most experienced arts administrators, Sue Nattrass AO. Our list of graduates is a who's who of the arts and cultural sector.
If you choose to specialise in arts and entertainment management as part of your MBA, you will receive a qualification of international standard. Deakin MBA is internationally recognised and EPAS accredited by the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD). EPAS is an international quality benchmark for business programs worldwide. The Deakin MBA is one of only three accredited programs in Australia.
The Deakin David McAllister Scholarship is named in honour of an outstanding alumnus of the Arts and Entertainment Management program, David McAllister AM, Artistic Director of The Australian Ballet. More details.
Helen Macpherson Smith Scholarships are available to enrolled students, to encourage study in the arts and entertainment management field. More details.
The arts and entertainment industry is booming, creating a demand for qualified graduates to manage performing arts organisations, festivals, community events, music venues, museums, publishing houses, galleries and other cultural bodies.