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BA Events Management

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  • Objectives
    If you are excited by events such as the Edinburgh Festival, the Grand National, Mardi Gras, the Wimbledon Tennis Championships and Glastonbury, then this course is the perfect introduction. If you want to learn how to organise and manage events, parties, exhibitions, festivals, conferences and shows, then this degree is excellent preparation.
  • Entry requirements
    You also have 160-200 points, including at least 140 from two or more A-levels. English Language and Maths GCSE grade C or above (or equivalent) are also required. These requirements may be varied.
  • Academic Title
    BA Events Management
  • Course description
    Course structure

    Single Honours students take eight modules per level. Joint Honours involves four modules from each level, plus four from your other subject. You may also choose a Major/Minor after level 1.

    Level 1

        * The Events Industry
        * Introduction to Marketing
        * The Leisure and Tourism Environment
        * Studying Service Sector Management
        * Quantitative Analysis for the Creative Industries
        * Economics for the Service Sector

    Level 2

        * Planning and Management of Events
        * Arts and Events: Theory and Practice
        * Leisure and Tourism Services Operations Management
        * Organisational Management and Design
        * Finance for Leisure and Tourism
        * Events Management Law

    Level 3

        * Events Strategy
        * Contemporary Issues in Events Management
        * Marketing and Public Relations For Events
        * Venue and Tour Management
        * Research and Dissertation

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