Combined master's study
The basic goal of this unique study program in the Czech Republic is to prepare professionally educated professionals in the field of music therapy through undergraduate studies. The educational program is conceptually inspired by the model of the "Viennese school" and includes theoretical preparation, self-experience part (approx. 300 hours), supervision (more than 100 hours) and practice (min. 500 hours). All teachers in the self-experience part have both psychotherapeutic and music therapy education and act as external lecturers without parallel teaching relationships in other subjects. In addition, the requirement for supervisors is education in clinical supervision and entry in the register of supervisors of the European Association of Supervision. On the other hand, individual self-experience preparation or individual supervision, education in playing musical instruments or students' own therapy are not a mandatory part of the study. The program combines clinical and non-clinical orientation - clinically oriented subjects are taught mainly by foreign lecturers, eg dr. E. Fitzthum (Austria), prof. V. Karkou, dr. P. Derrington (both Great Britain), prof. W. Mastnakem, prof. E. Weymann, prof. K. Schumacher, prof. S. Metzner, doc. M. Voigt (all Germany), prof. J. de Backerem (Belgium), dr. M. Bronton-Mercade (Spain), dr. Laurien Hakvoort (Netherlands) and others.
Muzikoterapie PdF UPOL
Combined master's study
Popularizace hudby a organizace hudebního života - PF UJEP
The mentioned field of study is focused on the preparation of experts:
1 / qualified to work well-founded in administrative and cultural offices and institutions, in music -
agencies and in the media;
2 / able to initiate, promote and organize musical-cultural events (concerts, discussions,
competitions, festivals) including their dramaturgy, directing and social presentation;
3 / qualified to work professionally with children and young people in connection with school music education,
collaborate with choirmasters and choir leaders in the area
hobby artistic activities;
4 / professionally and linguistically equipped and prepared for international cooperation in the field of
The study plan of the field includes disciplines of a musical-historical character (for example, the history of Czech and world music, the history of the Czech and world popular scene), fields
music-practical (choral singing, playing a musical instrument), as well as subject-specific subjects (for example music dramaturgy, criticism, music informatics, music direction, concert organization), disciplines in the field of economics and law (copyright, management and marketing, organization and law, basics of accounting), also a block of subjects of pedagogical-psychological type. The student's profile completes the study of two foreign languages.
VŠE - Arts management
The aim of the bachelor's study of the Arts Management program is the professional training of experts with a focus on the management of companies, organizations and institutions in the cultural sector. The graduate acquires a qualification in the field of management of individual sectors of creative culture, the use of cultural heritage and international cultural cooperation.
The program is designed for students, both interested and professionally oriented in the field of culture, capable of analytical thinking in the field of business activities and cultural management, as well as synthetic thinking in the broader context of cultural resources in the national economy and in European and global multicultural environment.
Graduates will find employment in managerial positions in the field of cultural management of private, public, state and international organizations and institutions. They will be able to effectively manage business entities in individual segments of the cultural life of the company, they will find employment in consulting companies and in managerial positions of art bodies, galleries, museums and in the field of monument care. Students gain qualifications both for employment in public administration and for specific management of their own business in culture.
The structure of profiling subjects is as follows:
general subjects: philosophy, economics, statistics, informatics, study of (only) English language;
subjects of the field basis: strategic analysis, management, basics of marketing and art marketing, law, basics of business, accounting, tax system, project management, human resources, etc .;
profiling professional subjects: cultural tourism and cultural heritage, public administration, cultural capital in socio-economic development, spatial planning, geography of culture, etc.
Students can further develop their knowledge and skills within the follow-up master's study program Arts Management.