January 10, 2020

AEME (Association for Events Management Education) Annual Conference with Open Road Carnival Project 2nd - 3rd July 2020, Brighton

Event Principles and Practices: A level playing field?  
Call for Papers
We welcome presentations and other contributions to this conference that explore links between events principles and practices with particular reference to (although not limited to) conceptual issues such as access, belongin...

January 10, 2020

Event Careers Live will be talking place on Friday 24th January 2020 at Banking Hall, 14 Cornhill, London, EC3V 3ND.

Event Careers Live is where over 40 of the industry's top employers will be looking to grow their teams by recruiting at ECL.

Not only does Event Careers Live provide the opportunity to meet leading recruiters, it also provides the opportunity to find out more about industry, how to progress in your current role...

November 4, 2019

'Save the date' AEME Annual Conference will be held on 2 & 3 July 2020 at Jury's Inn Waterfront, Brighton. 

The Conference theme is Principles and Practice: Social inequalities in international events, festivals and carnivals.  

October 16, 2017

On the 26th of September students at the University of West of Scotland in Paisley got the opportunity to meet guest speakers from ABPCO (Association of British Professional Conference Organisers). The event was facilitated by Aileen Crawford (Glasgow Convention Bureau) and focussed on partnerships between universities, PCOs, in-house university events teams and city Convention Bureaux and how they can add value to academic as...

February 15, 2017

AEME’s member institutions regularly host events that help to bring together a variety of university and industry stakeholders. One such event is the Universities of Scotland Events Conference (USEC), aimed at final year Undergraduate and Postgraduate Events Management students from across seven Scottish universities. This year’s fifth edition of the event will take place on 24th March from 12 noon, at Edinburgh Napier’s Craig...

October 10, 2016

In the first (of hopefully many) learning and teaching stories on the new site, Robert Gordon University lecturer Rachael Ironside shares the story of RGU's Student Festival which recently won Best Student Event at the 2016 Scottish Event Awards.


Over the weekend of the 22nd-24th April 2016 our third year students from Events Management at Robert Go...

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