Events play a decisive role across business, culture and sport. Managing increasingly discerning audiences, developments in technology and market shifts, demands skills and insight.
This masters degree will help you meet this need. You will get access to international events expertise paired with academic rigour. This will enable you to enhance your professional practice, creative perspectives and approaches, while critically evaluating current industry norms.
With Falmouth Flexible, you access your course content, interactions with other students and tutors, and learning resources, through Canvas, an easy-to-use online platform.
You can access the course wherever you are in the world, and you can stop, pause and rewind lectures whenever you want.
All assessments are taken and submitted online.
Assessment methods for the masters degree in Creative Events Management can typically include:
An honours degree or Level 6 equivalent qualification.
If your first language is not English, you'll need to take one of the following tests to verify your proficiency:
We also accept a range of equivalent recognised English language qualifications. Candidates without a degree or formal qualification are still encouraged to apply.
You will need to complete four 30-credit modules and one 60-credit project (180 credits in total). All modules on the course are compulsory and must be passed in order to complete the award.
Module one Principles of Event Management & Research (30 credits)
The module is designed to introduce you to key themes that create the platform for understanding event management and the business context in which events operate.
This will include introductions to principles and practice of:
You will also acknowledge the potential impact of international variations in regulation and legislation when working with best practice examples.
Module two Creative Practice in Event Design (30 credits)
You will learn key theories, concepts, techniques and considerations around event and experience design, including principles and practice of:
Module three Digital Futures for Events and Events Marketing (30 credits)
Module four Sustainable Practice (30 credits)
Final Major Project (MA only) (60 credits)
In this module, you will undertake your own events research project. You will explore and analyse further a specialist area of contemporary events practice reflecting current theories and debates. In doing so you will initiate research that will inform your future career development.
This final module provides you with the opportunity to reflect on your learning on the course in relation to your personal objectives and professional development.