Aside from biotech and informations technology, the creative industries are among the fastest growing business segments, today. Many companies have positioned themselves at the node between art and management. As a result of the change in paradigms from a work of art to a product, it has become mandatory to include content-oriented and aesthetic aspects within the commercial context. At the same time, a market altered by digitalization and globalization challenges freelance artists to take a commercial approach in their ways of thinking and acting.
The Department for Arts and Cultural Sciences provides top-of-the-line continuing education programs at university for new professions, developing from the main focuses of Music, Applied Games Studies, Collections Management and International Arts Management. The Department for Arts and Cultural Sciences cooperates with acclaimed international science and business partners, as well as with local arts businesses, throughout teaching and researching.