GIEM students are involved in all aspects of event planning, from budgeting and vendor management to marketing and logistics. This means you'll have a varied workload and be involved in different types of projects.
Events have specific deadlines, and event managers are responsible for ensuring that everything is in place before the event takes place. This means you'll need to work efficiently and manage your time effectively to meet deadlines.
GIEM teaches the students abouts collaboration and teamwork, as you'll be working with a range of stakeholders, from clients and vendors to colleagues and volunteers. This means you'll need to have excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
GIEM teaches you to survive in high-stress environments, with unexpected challenges and last-minute changes. This means you'll need to be able to think on your feet, stay calm under pressure, and manage competing priorities.
Event managers often work long hours, including evenings and weekends, as events can take place at any time. This means GIEM will teach you how to enjoy your personal space during your working hours.
Event management also requires a high degree of creativity and innovation, as events need to be engaging, unique, and memorable. This means you'll need to be able to think outside the box and come up with creative solutions to problems. GIEM helps you to achieve it