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From the roar of the Formula One cars to the laughter of kids during a birthday party, the Diploma in Event Management enables students to have the basic management skills, techniques, and hands-on application to expertly handle real-life situations of an event.

Our curriculum provides a plethora of broad-based event organization knowledge and skills, particularly in the areas of event management, event marketing, public relation, communication, reporting, accounting, implementing financial budgets and business law. Therefore, our aim is to equip the students to be hands-on, innovative, versatile and confident when working with people in the local or global environment.

Our lecturers have a wide scope of experiences in the field of hospitality, tourism and event organization. Students will be taught through a variety of methods, including lectures, tutorials, teamwork, collective research, and presentations. Students are assessed by a combination of written examinations and coursework.

Career Prospect

  • Creative Planning Officer

  • Hotel Event Coordinator

  • Event Manager

  • Wedding and Personal Events Planner

  • Public Relation Executive

  • Conference Centre Consultant

  • Museum or Gallery Exhibitions Officer

Job Market

  • Hotels and Resorts

  • Wedding events

  • Conference and Festivals

  • Event Company

  • Government Department or Agencies

Programme Structure

Programme can be completed in 2 years and 6 months of internship.

Event Subjects

Event In-house Support Services

Basic Research Method in Event Management

Conference and Banqueting Management

Customer Service

Event Meeting and Planning

Event Law

Event Management

Event Marketing

Hotel Operations

Event Project Management

Event Risk Management

Event Resources

Global Meetings and Exhibitions

Human Resource Management

Introduction to MICE Industry

Introduction to Tourism and Hospitality Industry

Special Events

Business Subjects

Communication and Presentation Skills

Employment Preparatory Skills

Entrepreneurship Studies

Introduction to Information Communication and Technology

Principles of Marketing

Principles and Practices of Management

Tertiary Preparatory Study Skills

Compulsory Subjects

Bahasa Malaysia Komunikasi 1

Pengajian Malaysia 2

Bahasa Kebangsaan A 

Creative Problem Solving

Co-Curriculum Activities

Social Services Activities

Hubungan Insan

Entry Requirement

Requirements depend on your entry level.


Fees are different for Malaysian and Non-Malaysian students. Please contact us for more details.

Other Facilities Available

Subject to availability for the facilities below. 





Hostel * (Basic Amenities)


Public transportation / Shuttle services *

Not Applicable

* Terms and Conditions apply.

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