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Event management is about stringing and piecing together an incredible experience for a cause. It includes forming connections, adding leads to generate profit, and finally, achieving success. An Event Management course, as the name implies, covers the entire process, of assessing, defining, acquiring, allocating, directing, controlling and analysing time, finances, people, products, services and other resources to achieve the goal set. In 2016/17, the money spent on events in the UK alone was an estimated - 39.1 billion, thereby contributing a massive 35% to the UK's visitor economy.

The event industry is an important gateway for building connections that are vital not only to the economy but also to the community. This includes international, national and local communities. Event Management also is a way of connecting businesses and their clients, service users with their service providers or connecting sectors, such as charity, health and education, with other sectors.


Study Levels

The different study levels that are offered in this sub-discipline are:
Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Tourism and Events Management
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Sports and Events Management
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Event Management
Bachelor in Media and Event Management
Bachelor in Hotel and Event Management
Bachelor of Science (Hons) in International Events Management
Bachelor in Leisure and Events Management
Bachelor of Sport, Recreation and Event Management
Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGP) in Event Management and Public Relations
Postgraduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) in Event Management
Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Event Management and Public Relations
Master of Arts (MA) in PR and Event Management
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) In Event Management & PR
Post Graduate Diploma (PGDip) in Event Management


The specialisations that are offered in Event Management are:
Travel and Tourism Management
Food Production
Front Office Management
Food and Beverage Service
Bakery and Confectionery
House Keeping

Throwing Caps

Tourism Studies
Tour Management
Luxury Management
Public Relations

Market Management
Cross-Cultural Management
Consumer Behaviour and Brand Management
Human Resource Management
Event Risk Management
IT for Event Management



Running a successful event can be a complicated and expensive affair. Every detail right from planning to management contributes to the success of the project. That alone explains why event specialists in such fields are needed.
There is a wide range of exhilarating career opportunities in the field of Event Management such as in hotels, resorts, amusement parks, tourist cruise lines, casinos, clubs, restaurants, convention centres, tour operations, corporate, public, and private meetings and events. This includes music festivals, entertainment, fashion, public attractions, among many other options.
The field is highly creative and exciting, and candidates need to flaunt excellent communication skills as well as be willing to work odd and long hours in order for their projects to take off and become successful. Event Management as a career requires the art of people management apart from handling props and taking care of the logistics.


    The various career options available for students pursuing Even Management are:
    Event Manager
    Event Planner
    Exhibition Organizer
    Stage Decorator
    Entertainment Organizer
    Wedding Planner
    Logistics Manager
    Event Space or Venue Manager
    Donor or Sponsorship Coordinator
    Catering Services Manager
    Event Social Media Coordinator
    Staff or Volunteer Coordinator
    Marketing or Communications Manager


    The top companies that offer recruitment in Event Management are:
    360 degrees
    Percept D Mark
    Wizcraft International Entertainment Pvt Ltd
    DNA Networks Pvt Ltd.
    Cineyug Entertainment
    Cox and King
    Sita Conferences
    Tafcon Group
    TCI Consultancy Services and 'e' Events
    Fountainhead Transmedia
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