Master of Economics
Part-time studies
Duration – 1,5 years
Language – English
Location – Vilnius

For a personality, who...

is interest in culture and creativity,

is a creative part of society,

is interested in innovations and their application in daily activities,

has analytical skills,

stands out with unconventional, critical thinking.

Wants to become...

a sought-after specialist or manager in Lithuania and European public authorities and economic planning and programming units as well as public institutions that shape the development of creative and cultural industries,

an expert in public, business and scientific institutions both at the national, European and global level, linking with preparation and implementation of international projects.

Wants to be able to...

scientifically analyze the situation and link it with the dynamically changing environment,

understand the processes of public creativity, and performed their economic implementation in modelling,

carry out the micro- and macro-economic research of creative economy,

plan, analyze, and effectively address the challenges of the modern economy

form the offer of creative products and services

successfully participate in international creative economy research and development of European cultural and creative industry strategies.

About the Programme

Today, it is unanimously accepted that the economic stability and competitiveness of the region, the country or even the entire continent depends on very different human activities. Research shows that economic changes are caused by many small and seemingly secondary activities such as knowledge economy, media, economics, economy, economy of technologies and other. Since all activities are not isolated from each other, only a specialist of creative economy is able to understand, plan and duly explain the overall economic activities of relations. He integrally monitors and investigates the processes of creative society, drafts and implements their economic models, performs micro and macroeconomic research, has an integrated approach to economic challenges, most abundantly covering not only the latest development of creative and cultural industries but also their added value.

The creative economy is a very important culture. It becomes the grounds of innovative ideas, and a direct factor for the development of services, marketing and brands. Cultural development and building cultural backgrounds is the key condition of creative and innovative activities creating increasing value added in the modern economy. Culture is the driving force of the creative society, which organically complements and extends the innovation and technological potential of knowledge economy. In this regard, culture as the foundation of creative economic activities and creative and cultural industries, becomes the mandatory attribute of any future-oriented specialist.

The demand for creative economy professionals is also mentioned in the European Union documents, scientific forums, and abundance of statistics and surveys. Most focus is placed on the development of the European creative society, as one of the strategic priorities while seeking competitiveness in the global environment in all important sectors of the creative economy.


Law of Communications and Information / Creative Services and Markets / Development of Creative Industries / Marketing of Creative and Cultural Industries / Creative Economy in the European Union / Creative Economic Research and Econometrics / Macroeconomics / Microeconomics / Funding of Culture / Economy of Culture and media / Economy and management of Creative Business Companies / Image-Oriented Innovations


Bachelor degree in Economics, Social Science and Humanities.

English language skills – level B2.