This is a new course designed to give you the knowledge, skills and expertise necessary to enter a career in event management. The events industry has grown rapidly in the last decade, and the value of events as an 'experience' is increasingly recognised in a variety of industry settings, from the arts, heritage, music, fashion, film and theatre to sports and tourism, and both nationally and internationally. Indeed, the industry is seen by many destinations as of considerable importance economically, to which events, such as the Edinburgh Festival, Glastonbury, the Olympics and World Cup bear... READ MORE
  • Degree Bachelors
  • Study Type Part-time
  • Study Length 72 months
  • Start Date Sep, Jan, Apr
  • Tuition Fees 13,500 GBP
Modules (128)
  • The Event Industry
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Tourism and Events: Data Analysis in Practice
  • Professionalism in Event Management
  • Olympic Impact and Legacies
  • Managing People
  • Financial Information for Managers
  • Enterprise
  • Enhancing Employability in Event Management
  • Risk Management and Security for Events
  • Event Planning, Design and Community Engagement
  • Event Project
  • Events and Politics
  • Sponsorship, Partnership and Finance
  • Operations Management for Events
  • Placement Portfolio
  • Contemporary Issues in Event Management
  • Optional Modules;Hospitality Services Management
  • Economics for Business
  • Global Perspectives in Tourism and Event Management
  • French Beginners A1A
  • French Beginners A1B
  • Spanish Beginners A1A
  • Spanish Beginners A1B
  • French Intermediate B1A
  • French Intermediate B1B
  • Spanish Intermediate B1A
  • Spanish Intermediate B1B
  • German Beginners A1A
  • German Beginners A1B
  • German Intermediate B1A
  • German Intermediate B1B
  • German Advanced C1B
  • German Advanced C1A
  • Italian Beginners A1B
  • Chinese Beginners A1B
  • Chinese Beginners A1A
  • French Advanced C1B
  • Spanish Advanced C1A
  • Spanish Advanced C1B
  • French Advanced C1A
  • Italian Beginners A1A
  • Italian Intermediate B1A
  • Italian Intermediate B1B
  • Japanese for Beginners A1A
  • Japanese for Beginners A1B
  • Image, Paper, Screen: Working with Media
  • International Field Trip
  • The Event Experience
  • Event Planning, Design and Community Engagement
  • Operations Management for Events
  • French Route A - 5a
  • French Route A - 5b
  • Spanish Route A - 5b
  • French Route B - 5a
  • French Route B - 5b
  • Spanish Route B - 5a
  • Spanish Route B - 5b
  • German Route A - 5b
  • German Route A - 5a
  • German Route B - 5a
  • German Route B - 5b
  • German Route C - 5a
  • German Route C - 5b
  • Italian Route A - 5b
  • Mandarin Route A - 5a
  • Mandarin Route A - 5b
  • French Route C - 5a
  • French Route C - 5b
  • Spanish Route C - 5b
  • Spanish Route A - 5a
  • Italian Route A - 5a
  • Spanish Route C - 5a
  • Italian Route B - 5a
  • Italian Route B - 5b
  • Japanese Route A - 5b
  • Japanese Route A - 5a
  • Event Law
  • Industrial Placement Sem B only
  • Industrial Placement Year
  • Placement Study Abroad (South East Asia)
  • Placement Study Abroad (North America)
  • Placement Study Abroad (Australia)
  • Placement Study Abroad A (Europe)
  • Placement Study Abroad B (Europe)
  • Placement Study Abroad (Europe)
  • Industrial Placement (Semester A)
  • Business and Commercial Awareness
  • Destination Marketing
  • Event Project
  • Events and Politics
  • Visitor Attraction Management
  • Research Methods
  • Niche Events
  • Dissertation - Event Management
  • Industry Practice in Event Management
  • Business Events
  • Event Impact & Legacies
  • French Mini Project
  • German Mini Project
  • Spanish Mini Project
  • German Project
  • French Route A - 6a
  • French Route A - 6b
  • Spanish Route A - 6a
  • Spanish Route A - 6b
  • French Route B - 6b
  • French Route B - 6a
  • Spanish Route B - 6b
  • German Route A - 6a
  • German Route A - 6b
  • German Route B - 6a
  • German Route B - 6b
  • Mandarin Route A - 6a
  • Mandarin Route A - 6b
  • French Route C - 6a
  • French Route C - 6b
  • Spanish Route C - 6a
  • Spanish Route C - 6b
  • Italian Route A - 6a
  • Italian Route A - 6b
  • Spanish Route B - 6a
  • Italian Route B - 6a
  • Italian Route B - 6b
  • Japanese Route A - 6a
  • Japanese Route A - 6b
  • German Route C - 6a
  • German Route C - 6b
Entry requirements
  • Domestic students only
  • A-levels : CCC
  • IELTS : 6
  • PTE Academic : 54
  • UCAS Tariff : 240
  • Other : You will need 240-280 UCAS Tariff points from a minimum of 2 A levels (or their equivalent)
    Plus GCSE English language and mathematics at grade C (or equivalent) or above.
    University assess each applicant individually based on all the information provided in the application and offers between 240-280 depending on your academic profile.
    All students from non-majority English speaking countries require proof of English language proficiency.

    English Language requirements: University require you to demonstrate your English Language proficiency before an unconditional offer will be made to you. For the majority of university courses, UH accept the following tests
    GCSE English language grade A-C
    IGCSE English at grade C or above
    IELTS score of 6.0 (with no less than 5.5 in any band)
    Pearson Test of English 54 (with no less than 51 in any band).
  • Degree Bachelors
  • Study Type Part-time
  • Study Length 72 months
  • Start Date Sep, Jan, Apr
  • Tuition Fees 13,500 GBP
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