Elsa Klerlein

Consultant Telecom, Media & Entertainment, Sopra Steria Consulting, Paris

“I followed the Cultural Industries major during of my education at NEOMA Business School. It gave me both a theoretical and practical knowledge of the creative industries - the movie industry, the publishing industry or the performing arts, in a very original approach. For instance, we got to create a TV series (plot, casting, budget) in one week! I particularly enjoyed the opportunity to meet people working in these fields and to have a complete understanding of their job. I would highly recommend this MSc if you plan to work in the cultural industry or have a genuine interest in it”.

Léonie Duflot

Sales Coordinator, Coproduction Office (independent movie company), Berlin

“I have always been interested in arts and the cultural industries in general. The programme included many interventions from professionals / lecturers who were active in different cultural industries, from film production companies to publishing industries, not to forget public cultural key institutions. I felt there was a great balance between the theoretical part and the more practical, « business oriented » one, thanks to the various insights provided by the programme’s guests. Each time, the lectures were followed by interesting discussions and debates, not to mention we were always offered the opportunity to contact them for future job search. Last but not least, it was the first time that I had the feeling of building a meaningful professional network, as many of my classmates are now working in the fields I am interested in, and we are all still in touch through Facebook groups led by our former teachers. I can only recommend the programme!”

Hugo Morata, consultant, Talent Sphere (human resource agency specialised in the creative industries), Paris.

“As students in Cultural and Creative Industries, we were very few but undoubtedly passionate about a common theme. Culture has connected us closer, allowing us to have precious and curious exchanges in and out of class. Another important point is that the almost exhaustive panel of speakers providing us knowledge about the entire sector, industry by industry, enabling everyone to have links with the network of the chosen one”.