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Events Management (Joint Honours - Buxton)

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Events Management (Joint Honours - Buxton) Where you will study: Buxton Campus UCAS: Y004 Entry requirements: 260 - 280 UCAS tariff points, of which at least 160 will be from your core A2s (full A levels), BTEC Diploma, IB Duration and mode of study: full time: three years, part time: four-six years. Course fees: Check our website for details Start dates: January and September

Why choose this course? ▪ This programme can be combined with Hospitality or Tourism, which means that you will study two subject areas, giving you a great range of knowledge and skills for your future career. ▪ You will have the opportunity to play a big part in the planning and running of a number of local, national and international events.

About the course This course is unique in Events Management because not only do you study in a real events venue; you will get to run the events too. We are the only university in the UK to have won the Excellence in Training Category of the National Outdoor Events Association Awards, you know you will get a great start to your career.

How you’ll learn You will be taught by experienced event practitioners, who have worked in all sectors of the industry from conferences to festivals. You will also be able to use your skills to organise your own professional events with our own company - Dome Events, gaining the professional experience that employers want.

Your career The Events industry is rapidly expanding and there is a wide range of opportunities within commercial, outdoor, public sector and not-for-profit organisations. You will develop the knowledge and skills you'll need to apply for roles in events companies and other multinational companies.

This course has encouraged me to develop my enthusiasm for events and has helped me to nurture the skills that I require to host a successful event... I'm getting involved with organising events as much as possible. If you're doing Events Management, make sure you volunteer for all of the opportunities that arise to organise events. Ben Whittaker


What you’ll cover STAGE ONE

STAGE TWO

STAGE THREE

Academic and Professional Development 1

Event Project Management Operations

Anthropology of the Festival

Academic and Professional Development 1

Corporate Events

Contemporary Issues

Service Excellence For The Events Industry

Festivals and Cultural Events

Managing International Events

Event Feasibility and Logistics Management

Business Development and Entrepreneurship

Independent study

Themes and Ideas in Events Management

Academic and Professional Development 2

Sustainable Events Management

Principles Of International Business

Applied Business Management

Public Relations and E-Marketing

Business Operations Management

Diploma in Professional Practice (optional to programme)

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Applied Professional Practice

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Contemporary Issues in Professional Practice

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Get in touch Julian Robinson T: +44 (0)1332 594722 www.derby.ac.uk/events General enquiries about admissions and applications, UK and overseas: E: askadmissions@derby.ac.uk T: +44 (0)1332 592012 F: +44 (0)1332 597724 www.facebook.com/DerbyUni http://twitter.com/DerbyUni

The information in this leaflet was correct when we produced it, but please check our website for the most up to date information.

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Events management (joint honours buxton)