Events Management Dissertation Topics
This is one of the largest events management Master’s degrees in the UK and, as a conversion course, is ideal for anyone looking for a new career direction.
You’ll receive practical training from research-active and industry-experienced staff in a truly multicultural environment, enhancing your knowledge of diversity and awareness of the cultural differences associated with managerial work in an international environment.
You will start the study abroad option in January of your second year, at the same time as completing your dissertation and complete the course in July of the second year.
You can choose to study abroad or take the optional work placement but not both. Programme specifications provide definitive records of the university’s taught degrees in line with Quality Assurance Agency requirements.
You’ll learn about the event management cycle, including the planning, design, implementation and evaluation of a variety of events.
As an academically driven course, you’ll also learn to critically evaluate a range of theories and models relevant to events management.
For more information check out our full entry requirements.We encourage applications from those individuals who are academically driven, have the ability to work well in groups and are prepared to commit to their studies in the field of events management.This course selects candidates by looking at their applications.The transferable skills developed will improve your performance in your future career, both as employee and manager.Studying abroad is an incredible opportunity to experience a new country and culture while continuing your degree.The timetable for when units take place varies each year but the typical delivery for one unit is four hours a week, split between two sessions, so you will be required to be on campus at least two days a week.We can work with you to consider the timetable and make an appropriate individual plan in terms of which order to study which units.The placement should be a paid job but voluntary work can be just as enjoyable.Find out more about postgraduate placements We offer a variety of support to postgraduate students looking for placements, including help with CVs and covering letters.Download the programme specification (pdf 456kb) The placement is intended to foster personal and professional development, and to help you to make a connection between academic learning and the working world.You should consider how a range of management theories can be used, and if management in industry could be improved.