BSc (Hons) Events Management

2019 entry

For the full online prospectus, please visit the Sheffield Hallam University website

BSc (Hons) Events Management

2020 entry

The full online prospectus will be published in late 2018 on the Sheffield Hallam website

Sheffield Hallam Events Management Student

Volunteering at the Tour de France opening ceremony in 2015

90%

of students expressed satisfaction with the course quality in 2018

BSc (Hons) Events Management

The events industry is set to be worth £48.8b by 2020 (Business Visits & Events Partnership) which means there is a huge range of opportunities for students entering this industry. The events world has a wide range of sectors within it, from festivals to weddings and business events to experiential marketing. Sheffield Hallam University has nearly 20 years’ experience of managing Event Management courses and a track record of developing courses that fit the changing industry need. Our aspiration is to educate students to be ‘industry-ready’ once they graduate. We do this through a variety of applied teaching and learning, practical live events and innovative assessments.

Our teaching team has year of experience from across the event world, ranging from festivals, exhibitions, weddings, personal events and the experiential sector. Many staff still maintain some kind of industry presence as we see the value this brings to the classroom in being able to bring alive material.

Course Options

At the end of your first year, you have the option (subject to demand) to select a specialist area within your events degree to follow for the remainder of the course. If not, you can remain on the International Events Management course. The four specialist areas are:

  • Tourism
  • Arts and Entertainment
  • Experiential Marketing
  • Leisure Management  (including sports events)

Industry-recognised qualifications

We support students to constantly build their employability skills. Through the course you have the opportunity to gain your BIIAB Level 2 Award for Personal License Holders and to work towards your Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) approved Event Safety Management Certificate to further enhance your CV.

These additional qualifications are provided to students at no extra cost.

Links with events associations

We have strong links with key events associations such as Eventia, NOEA and . As a founder member of the Association of Event Management Educators (AEME), we have been involved in establishing academic benchmarks in events education.

National Outdoor Event Association

Meeting Professionals International

Association For Events Management Education

Official Trade Body For The Events Industry

Guest speakers

Our links with industry mean you will be able to engage with a wide range of guest speakers from across the events industry. Previous speakers have included the late Sarah Nulty, Festival director of Tramlines Festival; Martin Green, of the London 2012 organising committee LOCOG and Hull City of Culture 2017; Simon Graveling of Athens 2004, London 2012;and Sochi 2014 and Jon Hughes, KPMG.

Entry Requirements & Fees

For the latest entry requirements and fees for this course, please check the Sheffield Hallam University online prospectus

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