Being the most experienced partner in the consortium concerning the cultural management education the University of Ludwigsburg as coordinating organisation was responsible for the management of the pedagogical team in order to supervise the exact content of the intensive programme. The coordinator of the project participated also the administration team of the project and was responsible for all the financial issues of the project.

During the actual execution of the programme Ludwigsburg offered lectures about cultural policy in Germany, German history and cultural heritage, theory of the cultural policy, cultural management (cultural and internet marketing, cultural tourism, cultural industries, financing) in Germany. Ludwigsburg provided also student services for all the participating students in form of tutoring.

The role of the cultural management education is still developing in Bulgaria, however the faculty of arts has been focusing the cultural management from the point of view of arts management and The South-West University “Neofit Rilski” provided to the programme part of the course materials. Neofit Rilski was also responsible for the internal evaluation of the programme as the head of the evaluation team. For the implimentation of the programme they were offering lectures about : sociology of European city, European identity, cultural policy & cultural management in Bulgaria

HUMAK has been coordinating several EU-funded projects and has participated activily to the work of administrative team of the project. HUMAK also established and maintained the intranet system (HumakPro) for the project. HUMAK has been responsible for the editing of the published material for the final www-version. For the course HUMAK provided lectures about cultural policy in Finland, Finnish history and cultural heritage, cultural management in Finland (marketing, financing, event management) and cultural strategy in EU.

The Jagiellonian University educates on the three levels: Ordinary, Masters, and Doctoral, following the principles of the Bologna Process. There are well over a hundred degrees and specialties available in Polish, as well as over a dozen in English. The European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) has been implemented in all courses and specialties, enabling trouble-free linking of studies at UJ with studies in other European countries. Together with the development of co-operation with a number of universities worldwide, this has enabled a great increase in student mobility.

The Department of Management and Social Communication was established in 1996. It includes eight institutes, three chairs, library and multimedia and computer lab. It
offers study programmes to about 6,500 students in management, economy,
cultural studies, journalism and social communication, psychology, social
policy, information and library science. Apart from running BA, MA and PhD
programmes, the Faculty offers postgraduate studies and programmes in the
English language.

Chair of Culture Management is part of the Faculty of Management and Social Communication.