The UK Centre for Events Management has a dedicated team of multi-disciplinary and experienced academic staff. We have a global reputation as a market leader in events management education, delivering stimulating courses across the breadth of events management - from festivals and cultural events, to international sport events and corporate launches.
As our industry faces unprecedented challenges with COVID-19, we continue to engage in government led forums and influence policy. We support our network of industry partners and our commitment to research. As a result, we are well positioned to continuously enhance our student experience as we all respond to the global pandemic.
We produce award winning students and alumni with an international reach. Our links with industry partners and associations, such as International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA), open up a world of opportunities for our students during their studies and following graduation.
We focus on linking education with employment and inspire future leaders to transform practice, encourage critical thinking and make a positive contribution to the Events Industry.
The UK Centre for Events Management has a global reputation as a market leader in events management education. We continue to focus on linking education with employment and inspire future leaders to transform practice, encourage critical thinking and make a positive contribution to the Events Industry.
The UK Centre for Events Management continues to extend the boundaries in research and practice within the events sector. Its extensive network provides opportunities for you to work with creative event professionals, develop essential academic and practical skills and be taught by an experienced team of dedicated academic practitioners.
Whether you want to manage a festival, run an events company or deliver a major sporting event, we will help you achieve your career ambitions. Our courses are designed to meet the needs and standards demanded by industry, and our undergraduate and postgraduate courses offer an optional sandwich year, giving you a one-year placement in industry. You can also get involved in lots of volunteering and paid work opportunities to build your experience and contacts.