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  • Objectives
    Events Management is becoming increasingly important as a specialist field of study. Events are very diverse and can range from small private functions to large scale festivals, sports tournaments, pop concerts, carnivals and international mega-events such as the Olympic Games. All events have to be planned, organised and managed. The course is designed to produce graduates equipped with the skills, knowledge and competence to manage events. This may include venue selection, public safety and crowd control, the provision of catering, staffing, marketing, design and staging, music promotion and sponsorship.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements Typical points score for entry 200 points. Additional requirements for this course are normally as follows: GCSE Mathematics and English at grade C or above or equivalent
  • Academic Title
    BA Events Management
  • Course description
    Course Structure

    You will gain experience through the Supervised Work Experience Placement.

    Subjects include:

    Year 1

    Introduction to Events Management
    Events Catering
    Events in Context - UK
    Business and Management
    The Legal Environment of Business and Employment

    One option from:

    Introduction to Media Relations
    Modern Language
    Leisure, Recreation and Sports Management

    Year 2

    Managing the Live Event
    Events and Contract Catering
    Human Resource Management for the Events Industry
    Design for Events

    Consumer Behaviour and the Events Experience

    One option from:

    Modern Language
    Media Relations Management
    Stadium and Arena Management

    Year 3

    Supervised Work Experience

    Year 4

    Events Management Staged Project
    Events in Context International

    Music Media and the Market
    Managing Creativity

    One option from:

    Special Events and Festivals Management

    Strategic Sports Management
    Leisure Strategies and Issues
    Modern Language

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