About Us

Curatorial Studies, Trip to Taichung, 2015

TNUA’s International Master of the Arts Program in Cultural and Creative Industries (IMCCI) is a unique interdisciplinary graduate program for students who want to make a difference in the future of Cultural and Creative Industries (CCI).  It combines a broad range of courses in the arts and its related cultural policies from international and local perspectives. The curriculum incorporates a variety of resources from across the university, as well as the cosmopolitan city of Taipei, where the best of the arts come together throughout the year.


This is the only English-taught program offering full scholarship to explore CCI within the environment of a comprehensive arts university with international faculty and top facilities. Our diverse and professional faculty offers seminars and workshops on the latest concepts and practical experiences in the field to prepare students for a career in CCI.

Our diverse student population includes young professionals from various cultural backgrounds across five continents. They merge creativity and entrepreneurship, participating in arts exhibitions, arts festivals, films, performing arts productions, and other exciting activities.

Don’t miss this opportunity to emerge yourself in the stimulating TNUA campus atmosphere and learn the latest cultural trends through experts from around the world.


Features of IMCCI

IMCCI program focuses on cultivating professionals in the field of cultural and creative industries, with arts related courses covering “Cultural and Creative Industries Management” and “Aesthetics and Cultural Creative Industries”. Through seminars, on-site visits, and internships or thesis, IMCCI cooperates with various academic institutions and industries to incorporate theory and practice, establishing long-term networking for students and alumni around the world.

Cultural Organization Management, Trip to PicCollage HQ, 2016


Graduation Requirements of IMCCI

1. Standard time for degree completion: 2 to 4 years (We encourage you to graduate in 2 years)

2. Credits needed to graduate: 31

  • 4 credits in required courses (Research Method and Independent Study I & II)
  • 6 credits in Arts and Humanities Core Courses (Choose at least 2 courses, 6 credits)
  • 6 credits in Arts Management Core Courses (Choose at least 2 courses, 6 credits)
  • 9 credits in Arts Perspectives (Choose at least 3 courses, 9 credits)
  • 6 credits in Electives (6 credits)