Creative event managers conceive, plan and deliver all kinds of events throughout the creative industries; from pop-ups to large-scale music festivals.
On this course you’ll learn the skills necessary to take your place in this dynamic environment.
What you'll study
Creative events are at the heart of the cultural and creative industries — with music festivals, performances, installations, exhibitions, touring, fashion shows, carnivals and much more.
On this course, you’ll create a live event every year of the course and work with creative practitioners and external clients. We aim to create innovative, capable and creative professionals with practical skills and critical minds, able to flourish in the diverse landscape that is the creative and cultural industries.
You can download the full programme specification here.
Studying at AUB
What students are doing
Looking to find out more about what goes on on the course? You can browse our gallery of student work and take a look at some of the projects that current students have been working on.
Studios and Resources
At AUB, you’ll learn in flexible spaces with the very latest in digital technology.
We provide all the resources that you’ll find in an events business. You’ll be able to work with equipment sourced specifically for your live projects, including lighting, sound, projection, staging and exhibition materials.
Staff on the course
Our team are specialists in disciplines that span the industry and have worked in the cultural and creative industries. You can read more about their experience by browsing their staff profiles below.
MA Electronic Graphics, BA(Hons) Graphic Design
As Course Leader and Principal Lecturer, Phil has over 30 years experience teaching in Higher and Further Education. After completing a BA(Hons) in Graphic Design, he has worked as a graphic designer, video producer and editor and ran a professional sound recording studio for several years. Early in his career he developed an interest in developing technologies leading to a Masters Degree in Electronic Graphics and design work in multimedia, web design and CD-Rom authoring. In 2000 Phil joined...Full profile
What Graduates are doing
You’ll find our Alumni in senior positions across sector running festivals like Wilderness, Secret Garden Party, Bestival, Boomtown and The End Of The Road Festival, working at venues like London’s Roundhouse and for companies like Spotify and ITV.
The Applicant Day
We’ll use the information in your UCAS application to make a decision on your application, including your personal statement and your qualifications. If you meet our entry requirements, we’ll make an offer and invite you to attend one of our Applicant Days. These give you the opportunity to find out more about the course, meet staff and have a tour of the AUB campus.