We have a partnership with Humber College, Ontario enabling graduates from there to advance their studies with QMU in the beautiful city of Edinburgh, receiving an education combining the ideal balance of theoretical and practical knowledge.

The table below outlines the articulation routes which are currently available. To read more about a particular course at QMU, click on the name which will take you through to the course entry.

 

Humber Course

QMU course

Level of entry

Events Management Ontario Graduate Certificate

Previous undergraduate degree

MA Arts, Festival and Cultural Management

Application: Click the 'Apply for this course' button on the page above. There is a section on the application form where you should state that you are a student at Humber College.

Students will be awarded 40 credits of Recognition of Prior Learning. Students would need to complete 80 credits of taught modules plus the 60 credit dissertation or project.

 

Students must take:

TM185   Contemporary Debates in Cultural Policy (20 credits)

TM186   Designing Qualitative Research (20 credits)

TM187   Leadership, Governance and Strategy (Not-For-Profit) (20 credits)

TM188   Fundraising, Development and Finance (20 Credits)

TM160  Final Project (Dissertation) (60 credits)

Arts Administration and Cultural Management Ontario Graduate Certificate

MA Arts, Festival and Cultural Management

Application: Click the 'Apply for this course' button on the page above. There is a section on the application form where you should state that you are a student at Humber College.

Students will be awarded 40 credits of Recognition of Prior Learning. Students would need to complete 80 credits of taught modules plus the 60 credit dissertation or project.

 

Students must take:

TM185   Contemporary Debates in Cultural Policy (20 credits)

TM186   Designing Qualitative Research (20 credits)

TM187   Leadership, Governance and Strategy (Not-For-Profit) (20 credits)

TM189   Arts Management in Practice (20 Credits)

TM160  Final Project (Dissertation) (60 credits)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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