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International Programs in Arts Management (IPAM)

International Program in Arts Management

IPAM is an international, executive program taught entirely in english designed for students and young professionals from all over the world.
IPAM aims to support artistic innovation and cultural development worldwide, by strengthening the leadership and management skills required for arts organizations to thrive. Leveraging Italian excellence in cultural heritage and artistic production, skilled faculty and international exposure, the program will strengthen your professional skills, which will allow your career to flourish and train you as a cultural manager. The highlights of the program are international exposure, dedicated faculty and interaction with professionals and international participants attending a global program.

Program Overview
  • Get a Certificate from SDA Bocconi School of Management
  • Learn from SDA Bocconi’s world class faculty as well as international renowned professionals and academics
  • International exposure and stimulating study environment
  • Firsthand learning through interaction with the industry experts and professionals
  • 3 countries, 4 cities
  • Gain hands-on experience by applying theoretical learning to real life assignments and cases


6 Weeks Program
– Mumbai
– New Delhi
– Beijing
– Milan


2 Months Internship

Program Fee

8 Lakhs + GST
Program Structure

Our fast-paced and exciting program will help executives to develop the creative and practical skills which are vital to luxury sector careers in retail, automotive, real estate, fashion, furniture, jewellery, cosmetics, accessories etc. This program offers an engaging and comprehensive approach to the specific business model of Luxury.

  • Gain knowledge of management consulting practices.
  • Improve ability to define key issues and challenges faced by non-profit and public sector organizations.
  • Develop a strategic thinking approach to enhance innovation and change management within organizations.
  • Learn, practice, and apply client engagement skills and project management techniques to actual clients as part of a field-consulting project.
  • Enhance presentation and public-speaking skills.
  • Gaining a sound knowledge of how performing arts organizations work, focusing on the interplay between managerial and curatorial/artistic work
  • Relevant insights into issues and challenges that the performing arts community is facing
  • Gaining professional experience through field visits designed to enhance the ability to move into the professional positions
  • Gaining knowledge of management of heritage and performing arts management in China
  • Understanding the main issues and opportunities in the Chinese market
  • Gaining professional experience and perspective through field experiences designed to enhance the ability of taking up professional positions
  • Gaining knowledge of management of cultural heritage
  • Understanding the main issues and opportunities in the management of heritage
  • Gaining professional experience and perspective through field experiences designed to enhance the ability of taking up into professional positions
Tuition Waivers in collaboration with JSW Foundation

Tuition Waivers in collaboration with JSW Foundation. SDA Bocconi made available 3 full merit-based tuitiowaivers to IPAM candidates with outstanding profiles. Tuition waivers are awarded on the basis of merit to candidates with an outstanding profile. Admission to the program is independent of the awarding of any scholarship or tuition waiver.

Sangita Jindal, Chairperson – JSW Foundation

“Arts and culture organizations are critical for the development of individuals and societies. It is of utmost importance to support the growth and sustainability of such organizations through skilled professionals, making sure that the effective conservation of heritage and production of art is paired with accessibility and outreach, to increase the their impact and enlarge their audiences. IPAM represents an opportunity for young professionals and cultural institutions to gain specific skills and competencies in the management of the arts.”

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