To succeed in the exciting, vibrant and growing arena of events management, a cross-section of skills and competencies is required in the field. This course will help you to acquire them, helping you to become a professional practitioner capable of overseeing the organisation of events as diverse as product launches, fundraising, corporate meetings, personal gatherings (such as weddings and reunions) and mega-events such as the Olympic Games.
To become a successful events manager, you will need skills in areas such as marketing for events, financial reporting, project planning, event bidding and consumer behaviour – all of which are offered by this exciting degree. As well as academic learning, you’ll have the opportunity to organise a live event with a real client as part of a group.
Events Management is a modern, fast moving profession which demands a lot of hard work and dynamism and offers tremendous variety and career satisfaction.
The entry requirements for this course are 112 to 120 tariff points, including 2 A-Levels or equivalent qualifications. BTEC Extended Diploma: DMM.
If English is not your first language, you will need to provide evidence that you can understand English to a satisfactory level. English language requirements for this course are normally:
IELTS (Academic) 6.0 with minimum 5.5 in each component, or equivalent.
Year 1 / Level C
Economics for Events Professionals
Experiential Marketing (Events)
Event Business & Finance
Event Design & Performance
Events & Leisure Innovation
Year 2 / Level I
Consumer Experience & Behaviour (Events)
Personal & Professional Development (Events & Leisure)
Project & Risk Management
Year 3 / Level P
Compulsory Placement Year in industry
Min 40 weeks paid industrial placement - UK / Overseas opportunities
The placement is an integral part of the course, giving you the opportunity to relate theory to practice in a real business environment.
Year 4 / Level H
International Events Management
Strategy & Leadership
Plus choose two units from the following options:
Marketing & Corporate Communications
Retail Place & Space
Small Business Management
Visitor Attractions Management
Creative Media & Events
Economics of Tourism & Events
Leisure, Tourism, Events & Climate Change
Media, Tourism & Leisure
Sport, Leisure & Politics
Sustainable Event Production
Our students undertake a variety of roles within these environments that encompass Events Consultant, Event Manager, Head of Events, Operations Manager and Venue Marketing Coordinator to name a few.
Events can be found in many different organisations and contexts. They span the professional and personal domain. The sector demands management standards and professional competencies that our course delivers.
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