Conventions and Events Management (D.IV)
8 semesters (4-7 years)
Bachelor of Applied Science in Tourism (S.ST.Par)
Educational Objectives of Conventions and Events Management
To produce graduates who have competence in managing business in the MICE section (Meeting, Incentive, Conference and Exhibition) and convention and event management.
Customer Relationships, Applied Computing (Spreadsheets), Event Industry Research, Venue Selection, Controlling WHS Hazards and Risks, Budget Management and Control, Event Concepts and Proposals, Event Sponsorship.
- Able to conceptualize, plan, implement and evaluate a convention and event.
- Able to make and compile documents for conventions and events.
- Being able to calculate the budget of a convention and event.
- Able to carry out marketing and promotion activities of a convention and event.
- Able to negotiate and contract with suppliers in a convention and event..
- Able to take care of licensing a convention and event.
- Able to create and arrange program programs for conventions and events.
- Able to make a layout of a convention and event.
- Able to establish a business in the field of conventions and events.
- Event Organizer
- Professional Conference Organizer.
- Professional Exhibition Organizer
The curriculum of the Conventions and Events Management Study Program is designed to produce graduates who have competence in managing businesses in the MICE (Meeting, Incentive, Conference and Exhibition) and Event Management sections. The curriculum in the Conventions and Events Management Study Program is taken for 8 semesters (4 years). The courses taught are arranged using structured codes that refer to the systematic sequence of lectures, group of disciplines, sequence of courses, and study program groups. Total credits taken are between 120-144 credits. The provision of specific codes is intended to make it easy for students to understand the order of courses and the field of study in the Convention and Events Management Study Program.