Geneva Business School

Fine Art International Management MBA (FAIM)

Geneva Business School
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  • Comienzo:
    Septiembre 2023
  • Lugar:
    Se imparte Online
  • Horario:
    Intake: February & September
  • Duración:
    18 Meses
  • Idioma:
    El Master se imparte en Inglés
  • Titulación:
    Fine Art International Management MBA (FAIM)


Be the first to study a fully immersive MBA in Fine Art International Management (FAIM). This new MBA program at Geneva Business School is aimed at accomplished business professionals with a desire to operate in the Art Industry. FAIM MBA graduates gain industry knowledge, develop their leadership skills, and build a professional network to become key players in a highly competitive and lucrative field.

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.

A management program of this caliber and depth does not exist anywhere else in Europe.

Taught exclusively in Geneva, the birthplace of art law and home to the oldest freeport in the world, 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), Nelly Wenger (Strategic Management), ArtNow! (Art History), and Charly Bailly / Opera Gallery (Entrepreneurship) for the only MBA of its kind.


Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, preferably in a related field
IELTS 6.5 / TOEFL 74 / DET 105-110 / TOEIC 730 (official English exam results) or proof of studying previously in an English-speaking environment for a minimum of 3 years
Scanned copy of all required academic diplomas, transcripts, certificates
A 500-word written response to a business case study + interview
Some previous business/professional experience
Photocopy of valid passport / national ID
Reference letters from a former academic institution and from current employer (if applicable)


Semester 1:
History of Art
Museum Management
Art Market Entrepreneurship
Elective Courses - Students can choose 3 courses from any Master’s programs, that are useful for their final project or that they are interested in.

Semester 2:
Operations & Finance
Project Management
Business Modelling & Branding
During each semester, the community will come together in our campus cities for two Leadership Development weeks featuring core interpersonal and quantifiable classes, events, featuring guest speakers, company visits, and face-to-face meetings with supervisors to social events and networking dinners.
During the last semester (Semester 3), Students will be led by their dedicated mentor who will help them tailor their program to fit with their thesis / final project.
The minimum number of ECTS credits required to graduate with a master’s degree is 90.

Salidas profesionales

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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