Students pursuing the Master’s Degree in Curatorial Studies should previously have completed higher education relating to culture, the humanities and artistic creation. It is also open to anyone with a university degree who is interested in starting or developing a professional or research career in the world of culture. The following is an indicative, non-exhaustive list of the degrees that students may have completed beforehand:
Undergraduate degrees in the plastic arts; the design or conservation and restoration of cultural property; architecture; audiovisual communication; the humanities; history of art; philosophy; teaching.
Master’s degrees, diplomas or university-accredited qualifications in curating, museology or cultural management.