• Our Events Management courses are in the top 5 in the UK, as ranked by the Guardian University Guide 2016 • You will develop links with local, national and international industry representatives such as for example TUI who regularly collaborate with us and offer opportunities for consultancy work • Our award-winning team specialise in events management, not just generic business. They are heavily involved with the needs of the events industry and are members of professional groups such as the Association for Events Educators (AEME) and the Professional Event Safety Advisers Group, amongst others. • Your campus is the inspirational Grade II* Devonshire Dome in Buxton, a major events and conference venue in its own right
This highly respected masters course is ideal if you are looking to develop your leadership and management potential in the events sector.
During the course you will increase your understanding of events operations, planning, risk management, marketing, finance and strategy in the context of a wide variety of events, including conferences, exhibitions, festivals, product launches, trade shows and sporting events.
The flexible nature of this course also means you can study full or part-time. There is an e-learning option to study while in employment and if you study full-time, you can also undertake a placement in the UK or abroad.
An undergraduate degree (2:2 or above) or equivalent qualification from a British or overseas institution. . If you have a significant portfolio of work at an appropriate level or relevant professional qualification, we’ll also consider your application. You’ll be individually assessed and interviewed either in person or through Skype. International students should have the above or an international equivalent. If English is not your first language, you will need to hold IELTS 6 or above.
20 January 2017
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Recipient: University of Derby
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