BA (Hons) coursesCreative Events Management

Course outline

Our course allows students to ‘learn by doing’ wherever possible, from writing marketing plans to creating a unique live public event in each year of the course.

When working on your projects, you will work in small teams to set up a ‘working events production company’ which will see you organising a range of arts and other events such as festivals, exhibitions, fashion shows, arts workshops, theatre productions and/or dance events.

You will plan the whole event, targeting real audiences, working with artists and performers, sourcing appropriate venues, managing budgets and writing contracts – developing your skills to produce a unique audience experience. We especially like creative events to be innovative, utilising social media, ‘viral’ marketing, PR and photoshoots.

Study time

Study is divided across taught hours, studio and/or work environment time, and independent study. Excellent professional and technical support is available and students are encouraged to experiment and work collaboratively on self-initiated projects. We expect students to spend an average of 40 hours per week on their studies, although it is likely that these hours will vary throughout the academic year.

Year 1

BA (Hons) Creative Events Management Course Outline

Year 1 develops a wide range of ‘operational’ events management skills.

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Year 2

BA (Hons) Creative Events Management Course Outline

Year 2 will develop your research and project management skills as you continue to plan and develop live projects.

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Year 3

BA (Hons) Creative Events Management Course Outline

Year 3 is more strategic and entrepreneurial – as well as working on your final major live project, you will also take a broader view of the long term planning and development of events organisations.

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