The Art and Cultural Management Doctorate Programme will develop creative projects and innovative approaches at national and international levels in the changing artistic, cultural, economic and social environment, and will make decisions in line with the participation, sharing and, at the same time, sustainability of contemporary cultural and artistic institutions, and aims to train future professional art and culture managers who can contribute to the development of the art environment. Our doctorate programme is the first and only doctoral programme in the region in the field of art and cultural management.
Our programme offers a broad perspective for the provision of all kinds of innovative knowledge in order to examine and discuss the production and management relationships in this sector with the cultural and artistic infrastructure and institutions, and to develop creative approaches that includes many studies from museum management, curatorial work, art-culture management, cultural politics, arts and cultural management.
Our Art and Cultural Management doctorate programme aims to train qualified people to work in public and private institutions serving in the field of art and culture both in our country and in the world, to increase the number of art and cultural management graduates who will take part in the art market, as well as being a pioneer in the training of academicians and theorists who will contribute to the field with their scientific studies.
- Medium of Instructions English
- Programme Duration 4 YEARS
- English Preparatory School YES
|2020 – 2021 Academic Year Graduate Student Tuition Fee Table for New Registrations|
|7 courses, seminar, thesis|
|Fee per course||€ 500|
|Thesis fee per semester||€ 500|
|Seminar fee per semester||€ 350|
|Graduation Project fee||NA|
|Per Deficiency (bridging) course fee (if assigned) per course||€ 250|
|English Preparatory Program ( if assigned) per semester||€ 812.50|
|Registration fee per semester||€ 150|
|Note: 5% VAT will be added to the total amount due|
Prof. Dr. Marko KiesselDirector of Institute of Graduate Studies and Research email@example.com
He studied Classical Archaeology, Art History and History at the universities of Trier, Köln and Bologna from 1993/94 to 2005 when he completed his Ph.D. thesis in Classical Archaeology in Trier.
He contributed to an international exhibition about Constantine I., held in the Rheinisches Landesmuseum Trier in 2007. From 2006 onward he has been teaching architectural history and art history in North Cyprus, as an Associate Professor since 2012.
He conducted a funded research project on architectural decoration in Cyprus and was a researcher in a Tubitak project on the vernacular architecture of Louroujina village. Since 2016 he has been conducting a survey project in the Karpaz district, tracing remains of ancient and early medieval settlement and economy. His research covers also the modern architecture of Cyprus, especially of the colonial and early post-colonial periods.
Asst. Prof. Dr. Elcin SenerProgramme Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
She graduated from the department of sculpture of the Faculty of Fine Arts at Hacettepe University in 2002. She completed her M.A studies from the department of sculpture at the Milano Brera Academy in 2013. She earned her Ph.D degree from the Institute of Educational Science of Marmara University in 2019. She worked for a documentary project as an advisor in TRT. Following years she served as an author, press advisor, editor and art and culture correspondent for a daily newspaper Anatolia. She under took some projects of sculpture at some private sectors between 2004-2010. She participated in some national and international workshops and exhibitions. She has been the editors of some books named European Museums (Beta,2016), Effects of Museum on Tourism (Beta, 2017) and Dictionary of Concepts of Interior Design (Beta,2017). European Museums II, American Museums and Adventure of Contemporary Sculpture that will be published in 2020- 2021.