How to Apply:
The Arts Management Program M.A. Degree is designed to equip students to become effective arts managers. The curriculum is designed to increase the student's ability to identify and solve the complex, interdisciplinary problems and tensions that are inherent in the areas of arts management and cultural policymaking. This two-year program admits students annually in the fall semester.
The Program is now accepting applications for Fall 2013 on a rolling basis.
The applicant pool will be evaluated and some applicants will be chosen for interviews. Applicants will be informed if they are selected for interview.
On your application you will be asked
to provide the following information. Please note that there is a USD75 fee for applications which must be received in order for your application to be considered.
a) Your resume.
b) An academic essay of no more than three pages on any topic in the field of arts management which interests you.
c) Statement of Educational and Career Goals. A detailed statement of your educational and career goals.
- Please indicate your professional background in the field of arts management and the reasons why you would like to undertake this course of study
d) Two references. Preferably one academic and one professional.
If you are not submitting electronically, please send references via e-mail to email@example.com, or to our campus address:
Arts Management Program
University at Buffalo
608 Clemens Hall
Buffalo, NY 14260
e) Academic Background. Please provide official transcripts from each college or university that you have attended as a full-time student.
f) Graduate Record Exam (GRE)
or Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)
*Test is optional. GRE is recommended; however, scores are not required for
admission to the program. UB's Institution Code (2925)
International students will also need to submit the following information.
- TOEFL scores (250 CAT/600 paper score minimum) or Internet based TOEFL test standard minimum score of 100
- or IELTS (7.0 Overall Band score/6.5 individual band score minimum)
*TOEFL or IELTS scores must be dated within two years of application to the program. For more information about International Student Admissions Policy click here.
*The Institution Code for the TOEFL exam is 2925 and the department code is 99.
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