The completion of a bachelor’s degree is an important accomplishment in one’s educational journey. Four years of intensive university study continue to produce well-rounded graduates who are prepared to directly enter skilled jobs.
You may have wondered, what is a Bachelor in Food Technology? Programs often center on various aspects of the industry, such as processing, safety, storage, quality control and nutrition. Students tend to start by building a strong foundation in the sciences by taking courses in advanced mathematics, chemistry, biology and physics. Once they master the theory, they’re posed to become well-versed in subjects such as packaging, sensory evaluation, food engineering and product development.
Graduates find that they look at industrialized food systems from a completely different perspective. They may develop more refined tastes that enable them to enjoy desserts, beverages and gourmet fare at a new level. Because of the world’s growing population and strong demand, many find work just after graduation.
Tuition rates vary between institutions. Prospective students may be able to calculate the cost of education by using information on a school’s web site. Most colleges have financial aid departments to offer loans and scholarships to those who qualify for them.
Job opportunities depend much on the student’s interests and abilities. Those who do well in science courses may later work in a laboratory or production facility. Creative alumni may find employment developing new products, techniques and recipes. Analytical, detail-oriented individuals may use their education to work in regulatory compliance in either the public or private sector. Others specialize in transportation and logistics. Entrepreneurial-minded graduates may start their own grocery chain or meal preparation business.
Students are likely to find institutions offering food technology degrees in Europe, Asia and beyond. Before enrolling full-time, some students may be able to get ahead by taking courses online. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
In this course you will learn to organize any type of event, whether in the private or public sphere, including learn how to create your own events company and can work f
In this course you will learn to organize any type of event, whether in the private or public sphere, including learn how to create your own events company and can work for yourself.
The events segment has been growing in recent years and will always come out in front who prepare to offer their best.
02 years duration
Day and Night
The events industry has grown steadily each year. Because of this, it is increasing the need for well prepared professionals with good training to account for that growth. The professional is hired by producing agencies events, promotional marketing and communication to work in the organization and coordination of congresses, fairs and exhibitions. The best opportunities are, of course, in Rio and São Paulo, the industrial and business centers....
ESMAC : École Supérieure des Métiers des Arts appliqués et de la Culture
The SDS® BACHELOR PROFESSIONAL ART MARKET is a European diploma from the INSHED. The training allows to be professionally operational by the beginning of your career and
Understand the cultural, social and political (in French and English).
Mastering tools (Graphics Software) and technical (critical analysis of the work, museum, exhibition).
Possess knowledge of the economy and the art market history
Assimilate the duties and powers of a person working in the art market to implement a personal project.
The SDS® BACHELOR PROFESSIONAL ART MARKET is a European diploma from the INSHED. The training allows to be professionally operational by the beginning of your career and enjoy good employability, beyond even your country
To start your training project, nothing more simple, you simply download the detailed training that interests you. From that moment :...
Instituto Politécnico de Viseu – Escola Superior de Educação (ESEV)
Master specific scientific and technical knowledge of the cultural entertainment area
Bachelors in Event Management. Presentation
Master specific scientific and technical knowledge of the cultural entertainment area;
Acquire own competence in the procedures and methodologies for the creation and application-oriented projects for the interests of the cultural and social life by the creative and playful occupation in order to promote cultural literacy in a professional context;
Developing activities able to stimulate and encourage individuals and groups, including establishing fruitful and conducive relations of personal and collective development;
To promote participatory and reflective, flexible innovation and constantly updated training, which would promote a conscious and active involvement adapted to a demanding professional practice and becoming constant;
Acquire technical, artistic and cultural skills for the development of interactive activities in terms of valences playful, artistic, cultural and social.
Events and institutional relations currently play a key role in the strategy of all kinds of organisations: political parties, public institutions and private firms in a
Events and institutional relations currently play a key role in the strategy of all kinds of organisations: political parties, public institutions and private firms in a wide variety of sectors (tourism, fashion, music, banking, sport or the automotive industry, amongst others) choose to develop communication strategies and brand experiences which can allow them to establish closer relationships with their different audiences.
Thus, we can see how the demand for professionals highly specialised in the fields of Event Organisation, Protocol and Institutional Relations to recruit them for their departments is growing.
Event Managers are the professionals who, thanks to the utilisation of tools typical of marketing, communication or institutional relations, can design unique experiences which allow all kinds of organisations to strengthen their brand image....
Graduates acquire project management, research, and development, coaching, problem-solving, and innovation skills. Learning takes place as team work in real-life projects
Business Tourism studies on Porvoo Campus offer a great base for a professional career in the international tourism business, and enable students to choose between two alternative specializations:
Sales and Service Development in Business Tourism or
Events Planning and Management.
Graduates acquire project management, research, and development, coaching, problem-solving, and innovation skills. Learning takes place as teamwork in real-life projects where personal development, networking, and presentation skills are highlighted.
Students can apply their skills in the dynamic tourism sector (airlines, travel agencies, events, hotels), and have the specific know-how of their specialization, applicable in any global company. Graduates can produce, sell or buy travel services, work in the events industry, or start up a new business....
The I.F.T.'s BA Tourism Event Management is a programme designed with the modern hospitality professional in mind.
Bachelor in Tourism Event Management
The I.F.T.'s BA Tourism Event Management is a programme designed with the modern hospitality professional in mind. The programme includes more than 40 courses, an internship (third year) and thesis writing. Following courses are on the list inter alia:
Event Planning and Coordination
This course will focus on the role of event planning, coordination, and operations, firstly from choosing a venue, and understanding the site selection process. On completion of this course, the student will understand the importance of planning to ensure the success of an event, construct an appropriate vision and mission for an event. The course will develop to identifying that creativity plays a central role in successful event operation. A focus will also be placed on present trends and innovations in the event industry. The students will investigate new approaches, materials, and equipment being utilized to operate events ranging from a conference to an exhibition to a mega event....
During the first 2 years of the Events Management degree, students live on-site at our Practical Learning Centre, Leura campus. As part of the event management program, t
Bachelors in Event Management.
Study Events Management at the Blue Mountains
Course Entry Requirements
During the first 2 years of the Events Management degree, students live on-site at our Practical Learning Centre, Leura campus. As part of the event management program, they undertake 2 industry placements that provide hands-on, practical experience in events management. Students’ final 6-months focus on business management. Classes are held at our non-residential, Executive Business Centre, Sydney campus.
The Events Management degree program from the Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School is a Bachelor of Business qualification that is the ideal choice for organized, creative, positive individuals th...
Australia, Sydney, Leura, Fitzroy, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, New Zealand, Auckland+ 5 More
To prepare highly qualified hospitality and events industry specialists who would live up to their full potential while creating, organizing, expanding and developing the
Degree awarded: Professional Bachelor's degree in Tourism and Leisure
Field of study: Social SciencesDuration: Full-time: 3 yearsCredits (ECTS) 180Course language: English, Russian/English
Application deadline: August 15, 2018 Start date: October 1, 2018
To prepare highly qualified hospitality and events industry specialists who would live up to their full potential while creating, organizing, expanding and developing the activities of hospitality and events industry under the competitive circumstances, dealing with the problems related to hospitality and events industry in both Lithuanian and European Union contexts.
You will be taught
Tourism management, management, the standards of client service, tourism geography, marketing in hospitality business, leisure and event management, two foreign languages for the specialty (English/Russian/German/Spanish et al.), intercultural communication, hotel management, catering management and human resource management....
Business4Events students get to participate in the organisation of projects for real business clients while simultaneously learning how to make the most of collaborations
Do grand events and tight deadlines put you on the edge of your seat? Learn how to juggle all aspects of business events: planning, catering, logistics, technology, communications, budgeting and sponsorships!
Business4Events students get to participate in the organisation of projects for real business clients while simultaneously learning how to make the most of collaborations between different cultures. Add some international experience to your CV while studying at a partner university in the second year, and learn the tricks of the trade during a foreign internship in your final semester.
During the first year, our focus will be on building your event skills through courses such as Innovation Lab 4 Events, Discovery Lab 4 Events and Sound & Light Factory. On top of these mandatory courses, you choose a foreign language: German, French, Spanish, Chinese or Dutch....
The events and tourism industries are expanding quickly, with tourism now directly contributing almost three per cent to Australia’s GDP. To help further drive growth and
University of Canberra has an array of Scholarships Available for International Students.
Be assured an eventful experience with a degree in tourism
The events and tourism industries are expanding quickly, with tourism now directly contributing almost three per cent to Australia’s GDP. To help further drive growth and sustainability, a skilled and experienced workforce is needed – and this is where UC comes in.
Our course has a foundation in business studies and investigates the key elements you’ll need for a future career in events and tourism. You’ll graduate with solid teamwork and critical thinking skills, exploring events in both tourism and non-tourism contexts, such as sports, festivals, conventions, meetings and community activities. Your employability will be enhanced thanks to the many practical Work Integrated Learning (WIL) opportunities you’ll undertake within the industry as part of your degree....
Are you creative, enterprising and a born organizer? Are you interested in a management position in the sport, tourism, event or art sector? If so then the Leisure and Ev
Are you creative, enterprising and a born organizer? Are you interested in a management position in the sport, tourism, event or art sector? If so then the Leisure and Events Management course could be perfect for you.
This international Bachelor Programme provides you with an in-depth insight into the leisure and events industry and offers you the opportunity to specialize in a sector of your choice. In the first year, you will be introduced to the different concepts of the leisure and event industry and set up your own business as part of the “Young Entrepreneurship” project. Throughout the study, there is a strong focus on sustainable business and intercultural cooperation which is taught by using Design-Based Education. You also follow subjects such as business economics, marketing, lifestyle, and trends. The second-year evolves around value creation and developing lasting leisure experiences for individuals, groups and whole communities. Subjects that you will cover during this year are amongst others Human Resource Management, Leisure Operations, and Intercultural Sensibility. In the third year, you will choose your specialization which you can follow in the Netherlands or abroad and dive into strategic management. In the fourth and final year, you will follow an internship in the sector you have specialized yourself in and round it off with your Bachelor Thesis....