Whitecliffe has a July and September intake in 2016 for the Whitecliffe PG Diploma in Arts Management. If you are keen to apply for a place on this programme, and were late with your application for February, or the time is now right, there are places still available for our Term 3 and Term 4 courses starting on 22 July or 16 September.
The new Postgraduate Diploma in Arts Management is a one-year postgraduate qualification designed to enable students with demonstrated commitment, experience and ability to build on their skills and abilities as managers and to provide a solid foundation of knowledge for the pursuit of careers in the arts as professional Arts Managers.
The programme is Year One of our established and recently revised two-year Master of Arts in Arts Management. The low-residency, modular course structure of the Arts Management programme provides the flexibility for enrolled students to live and work anywhere within New Zealand and to study full-time over a year, or part of a year for two years. Students may commence their study towards the PG Dip at the start of any one of the four individual courses starting in February, April, July and September of each year. Students not wishing to pursue the qualification might elect to study one or two courses only. Its major seminars are scheduled monthly, over weekends, to provide flexibility for students in the workplace or travelling from out of Auckland. Upon successful completion of the component courses, students graduate with a NZQF Level 8 Postgraduate Diploma and enhanced skills for the professional environment. Graduates might choose to continue their studies and apply for entry to Year Two of the Master of Arts in Arts Management degree (NZQF Level 9), and engage in arts management research, which can include professional internships and real-world arts management projects.
Enquiries to: Lloyd Williams, HOD Arts Management – email@example.com or Pam Young, Postgraduate Programme Manager – firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, please visit our Postgraduate programmes webpage.