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BIMM Institute

Event Management

UCAS Code: N200

Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

Entry requirements


A level

C,C

Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma (first teaching from September 2016)

MMP

UCAS Tariff

64

Minimum of 2 A-levels at Grade C or above (64 UCAS points), OR BTEC Level 3 equivalent, and normally three GCSEs at a minimum grade C/4, including English Language. Mature applicants (19+) who do not hold the minimum entry criteria can be considered for RPP - Recognition of Prior Practice. This is an essay based submission focused on prior professional practice or experiential learning.

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About this course


Course option

3.0years

Full-time | 2021

Subject

Event management

**About the course**
Develop your passion for events of any kind with BA (Hons) Event Management. The course will teach you all you need for a successful career in the live music and creative industries. You’ll connect with the best people in the business to turn your career ambition into a reality.

You’ll graduate with a comprehensive set of creative business and management skills for a diverse range of potential career routes. These include event promotion and production, tour management, booking agencies, event sustainability, wedding and party planning, sporting events, theatrical production, digital marketing, social media management and many more.

Your day-to-day learning will be practical, relevant and cutting-edge, delivered by experienced and well-connected lecturers in small seminar-based classrooms.

You’ll have access to the most exciting artists, festivals and venues in the business today. There will be countless opportunities to put the skills you learn throughout the course into practice. Plus, you’ll have the chance to flex your entrepreneurial spirit by running events, festivals, club nights and more.

Our thriving BIMM community will see you mix with gifted performers, writers, alumni and music industry professionals. You’ll have the opportunity to get ‘hands-on’ industry knowledge under your belt through placements and internships with a wide range of music-focused employers. Alternatively, we’ll support you in your own entrepreneurial ventures.

So, what are you waiting for? Start your career in Event Management today.

**The BIMM Graduate**
We make sure that when you graduate, your attributes and skills mirror the employment and creative needs of the music industry – both today and in the future.

We aim to equip BIMM graduates with the following qualities, so they have a long lasting career.
- Employable and Entrepreneurial

- Creative, Collaborative and Connected

- Resilient and adaptable

- Globally Aware

- Professional

- Intellectually Curious

- Self-aware

**This course is approved and awarded by BIMM Institute**

Modules

Students can expect to study the following core modules: Year 1 - The creative industries and you 1: Finding your path - Context and culture of the creative industries - Event concept and design - Events and society - Live music 1: Booking and promotion - Event safety - Live Music 2: Events and tours - Marketing and PR. Year 2 - The creative industries and you 2: Creative Collaboration - Creativity, Identity and agency - Event Enterprise - Festival Management - Social Media and Digital marketing. Year 3 The creative industries and you 3: Professional Portfolio Final Project Event Sustainability. A range of optional modules can be selected in years 2 and 3, subject to availability and student demand. Please visit the course information page on the BIMM Institute website for a full break down.

Assessment methods

Assessment methods are varied and balanced to suit a wide range of students and may take practical, written, portfolio or other form. Students are given the opportunity to work collaboratively with those studying other music related disciplines, representative of the way in which the Music and wider Creative Industries also require collaboration.
All written and portfolio assessments are submitted electronically by way of a Virtual Learning Environment and where possible, feedback is delivered in audio and/or video form, as well as written. Examples of methods used: - Practical Exams - Written exams - Practical coursework - Multimedia coursework - Written coursework – Presentations

Tuition fees

Select where you currently live to see what you'll pay:

Channel Islands
£9,250
per year
England
£9,250
per year
EU
£9,250
per year
International
£13,750
per year
Northern Ireland
£9,250
per year
Scotland
£9,250
per year
Wales
£9,250
per year

Extra funding

Applicants from low income backgrounds can access our Bursary Schemes:

Low-income Scheme
Care Leaver bursary

Further information can be found on our website: https://www.bimm.ac.uk

The Uni


Course locations:

BIMM Institute Brighton

BIMM Institute Birmingham

BIMM Institute Manchester

BIMM Institute London

BIMM Institute Bristol

Department:

Music

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IT resources
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