imagine .. Creative Industries Research

Degree programmes

Members of the imagine .. Creative Industries Research Centre are involved in the teaching activities listed below.

Bachelor's programme

BSc in Business Administration and Service Management
The BSc in Business Administration and Service Management is an international programme focused on the service industry. It combines business economic disciplines and methods with themes such as the hospitality industry, cultural institutions and attractions, leisure and sports organisations, as well as the travel and transport industry. Three concentrations are offered: tourism and hospitality, arts and culture and service innovation.


Master's programme

MSc in Social Sciences in Management of Creative Business Processes (CBP)
The masters programme is developed and taught by researchers affiliated to imagine .. By focusing on creative business processes in and outside the creative industries, students learn to navigate between the realms of business and art. Through this, a managerial approach is developed that identifies the balance between nurturing creativity and the requirements of running a successful business.



The following courses are or have been offered by imagine .. members.

Year Semester Elective
2017 Fall Semester

BA-BBLCV1030U  Creative Industries

Course coordinator: Ana Alacovska; Department of Intercultural Communication and Management (ICM)

2017 Fall Semester

BA-BBLCV6000U  Fashion Entrepreneurship and Business Development

Course coordinator: Fabian Csaba; Department of Intercultural Communication and Management (ICM)

2016 Spring Semester

BA-BSACO1003U  Management of Cultural projects, processes and organizations: Arts and Culture

Course coordinator: Trine Bille; Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy (MPP)






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imagine .. Creative Industries Research

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Kilevej 14A, 4. sal
DK-2000 Frederiksberg

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Telephone: +45 3815 2804
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