Cultural heritage is nowadays regarded as playing an important role to the overall European GDP.
According to the 2020 Eurostat culture statistics, in 2019 7.4 million of jobs, have been covered by cultural jobs in the EU. The new European Agenda for Culture of 2018 moreover strengthens the importance of supporting culture-based creativity in education and innovation as well as for employment and growth and harnesses the power of culture and cultural
diversity to ensure social cohesion and wellbeing.
According to Eurostat’s data from 2020, as much as 32% employed people in the field of culture was self-employed in 2019.
The University of Social Sciences – Poland (SAN) offers this course to encourage young people to professionally engage in cultural sectors and equip them with the necessary social entrepreneurial and digital skills to be involved in new cultural related job opportunities.