Culture & Cooperation


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Courses of this module
F11 Culture & Cooperation
Product information "Culture & Cooperation"

This module explores global challenges in more depth and looks at the strategic option of collaborations. After completing this module, you will be familiar with the types and specific features of cultural partnerships at various different levels and be able to integrate these into strategic concepts.

Course content

  • What is meant by ‘cooperation’?
  • Theories of cooperation, instrumentality and value
  • Understanding cooperation and coopetition
  • Identifying partners

Lecturer: Dr. Claire Burnill-Maier

- Exact examination periods in the syllabus

is restricted access: Yes
Requirements - university entrance qualification: Required
Requirements - one year of work experience: Not required
Requirements Language: English: TOEFL Internet (92 points); IELTS (Acad. Level 6.5 points); CAE/CPE (Level C1, Grade B); TOEIC (720 points listening/reading, 310 points speaking/writing); if necessary, individual examination.
Requirements Expertise: None
Topic: Business Administration & Economics, Culture, Management & Leadership
Format of course: Online
Level: Master
Course language: English
Study programme: Arts & Cultural Management
Number of credit points / ECTS: 5
Workload Contact time (in hours): 25
Workload self-study time (in hours): 100
Examination: In-class examination
Exam format: Portfolio
Further exam format: No further Exam

Learning outcomes and competencies

  • Understanding the rationale for undertaking cooperative projects
  • Ability to identify potential actors and / or projects and with actors from adjacent fields into the context of the current social transformation – both nationally and internationally
  • Ability to independently develop prototypes of cooperation and also experiment with new organizational and network concepts
  • Students will have developed an interdisciplinary understanding of how this field is developing internationally
  • Understanding the relevance of aspects including “coopetition” and “co-creation”

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