Objectives
Created in 1990, this programme originally focused more on the management of institutions of cultural heritage but in 2010 moved its focus towards management within the creative industries, to sectors such as entertainment and the media.
Graduates of the programme can initiate, direct and bring to fruition a large range of cultural projects and use the knowledge gained during their studies to manage any kind of cultural institution.
The MECIC – as the programme is known – enjoys an excellent reputation in France and the rest of the world. It offers students access to a vast network of alumni, companies and institutional partners.

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Classes take place in Paris, a city famously rich in culture and history.
Today the ties between wine and culture have strengthened this programme's position. Modules that refer specifically to these ties are in the pipeline and their blueprint will be used in the School's policy of internationalisation.
 
Career opportunities
Career opportunities are varied and wide-ranging. A few of the positions open to graduates are:

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  • Administrator
  • Head of production
  • Media and public relations manager
  • Communication manager
  • Cultural product marketing manager
  • Cultural event planner
  • Artist agent or manager
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Jean-Yves Klein
Head of the MECIC
After completing his Master's degree at INSEEC-Paris in 1990, Jean-Yves Klein created his first audio-visual company and worked extensively for several others.

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He has since founded Kael Prod, a production company specialising in corporate films, and also teaches modules in the creation of cultural businesses and project engineering.He was the academic coordinator for the MECIC from 2008,  and then followed Dr D'Angelo as the programme director in October 2013.
In his spare time he volunteers as a mentor to help young people find employment.