Fine Art International Management MBA (FAIM)
Geneva Business School, with the assistance of leading experts and innovators in the business of fine art, plans to develop the next generation of managers in the Fine Art sector. Students will learn from leading experts in Art Finance, Art Law, Compliance & Money Laundering (AMLA), Art History, Fine Art Logistics, Entrepreneurship, and more.
A management program of this caliber and depth does not exist anywhere else in Europe. Geneva Business School has created an expert faculty selected from industry leaders such as Lalive (Art Law pioneer), Deloitte (Art Finance), Institut Restellini (Museum Management and Forensic Scientific Analysis), Nelly Wenger & Associates (Strategic Event Management), Charly Bailly / Opera Gallery (Entrepreneurship), ArtNow! (Art History), ArtBasel, and Artnet for the only MBA of its kind.
Fall application deadline: 31 August 2022
Classes begin: 19 September 2022
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Master of Business Administration - Fine Art International Management
Who should study our Master of Business Administration in Fine Art International Management?
The increasing demand for Fine Art Management services has emerged in recent years as the global art market holds steady amidst global uncertainty. As stock markets and local economies fluctuate, Art remains a solid investment.
Bankers and Asset managers are required to speak the language of Art while providing investment advice and conducting inheritance practices as collectors of art are an ever-expanding community.
Insurance and Multinational corporations are frequently involved in the management of Art assets and popularity is increasing as trends in this market sector are strong and the market is stable.
Museum and gallery owners or employees need to understand the business side of Art, managing money, sponsorship, philanthropy, and fundraising.
Art school graduates with prestigious accolades and knowledge of their craft can benefit from learning how to manage their business and evolve their skill set.
Art Collectors seeking ways to understand the strategy of making better investment decisions and accessing reliable experts for managing their collections from acquisition, logistics, and storage to insurance and inheritance planning.
- Museum Director
- Art Gallery manager
- Creative Director
- Museum / Gallery administration, events, preservation management
- Art assets Management
- Chief Risk Officer (CRO)s in Banks and Family offices
- Business analysts
- Law Firms
- Logistics Manager
- Marketing / Event management
- Consultant to Multinational Corporations
- Art Industry Journalist
- Edition Houses
- Art asset Forensics expert
- Art Loss Register
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