Events and Tourism at Suffolk

There is no better time to pursue a career in events or tourism. The events industry is growing rapidly and plays an increasingly crucial role in both business and leisure, while Suffolk is one of the country’s most popular holiday destinations. Tourism here is worth almost £2 billion.

We offer smaller class sizes than elsewhere, more personal support, inspiring modules, and a healthy dose of fun. All our most recent graduates were in work or study six months after graduation. We work closely with organisations and businesses to get you involved in ‘live’ events rather than simulations, and we start from the very beginning of your degree. The networks and connections you make are priceless.

Our courses also carry a range of accreditation, including your Accredited Personal Licence (APLH). Where better to study events and tourism?

To contact the course team email eventtourism@uos.ac.uk 

HighField Licensing

BA (Hons) Event and Tourism Management

BA (Hons) Event Management

BA (Hons) Tourism Management

Our teaching team

After completing a BA (Hons) and then a MSc at UCS, Jonathan (Jay) has been lecturing at the Suffolk Business School in Events, Tourism, Hospitality and Business Management modules and is now the joint Course Leader of the Event Management, and the Tourism Management programmes. ...

Sarah has been a lecturer at the University of Suffolk since 2009 on the Event and Tourism Management degree programmes. Sarah lectures in Marketing and Event Management. Sarah works extensively with outside organisations and charities, developing relationships in order to offer ...

I hold a Bachelor in Law (LLB) from the Department of Law in the National and Kapodestrian University of Athens, Greece and two Masters Diplomas (MSc) in ‘Tourism Planning, Management and Policy’ from the University of Aegean, Greece (supported by the 1st Postgraduate Scholarshi...

Professor David Gill is Professor of Archaeological Heritage and Director of Heritage Futures at the University of Suffolk. He serves as the RSA Heritage Chamption for the Central Region. ...

Gloria is a Spanish language lecturer at the University of Suffolk. She moved to England in 1988 and has been working as a Spanish teacher since 1995 in a variety of locations, joining the university in 2007.   ...