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FdA Events Management
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FdA Events Management Where you will study: Buxton Campus UCAS Code: 8T14 Entry requirements: 120 UCAS points. For further information see the applying page Duration and mode of study: Two years Course fees: £8,600 per year for full-time study or £1,075 per module for part-time study. You usually study 12 modules in total. For further information see the fees and funding page Start dates: September
About the course As events become bigger and more complex, event managers need the knowledge and skills to be able to make the next generation of events as exciting, memorable and professional as possible. This is your chance to gain all the academic and practical skills needed to progress in the exciting and vibrant events industry.
How you’ll learn The course offers a combination of lectures with academics that have event experience, case studies, discussions, seminars and small group activities in addition to audio visual material and guest speakers from related industries.
Assessment You’ll be assessed by a combination of coursework, oral presentations, written assignments and written exams.
Your career Why choose this course? This course is unique because not only do you study in a real events venue but you 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, so you’re guaranteed a great start to your career.
The events industry is expanding rapidly and there are a range of opportunities with good employment prospects in the UK and internationally when you graduate. This course also provides a foundation for further study at final year undergraduate level in events or similar areas of study such as business studies, leisure or tourism.
What you’ll cover STAGE ONE
Academic Study Skills (20 Credits) 3 hrs pw
Research Skills (20 Credits) 3 hrs pw
Introducion to the Events Industry (20 Credits) 3 hrs pw
Event Operations Management (20 Credits) 3 hrs pw
Applied Event Managemet Skills (20 Credits) 3 hrs pw + 3 hrs RWL
Advanced Event Management (20 Credits) 3 hrs pw + 3 hrs RWL
Delivering the Event Experience (20 Credits) 3 hrs pw + 3 hrs RWL
Supervising the Event Experience (20 Credits) 3 hrs pw + 3 hrs RWL
Introduction to the International Business (20 Credits) 3 hrs pw
Managing Business Resources (20 Credits) 3 hrs pw
The Business Environment (20 Credits) 3 hrs pw
New Business Development (20 Credits) 3 hrs pw