Official Degree in Event Organisation, Protocol and Institutional Relations


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.

  • Director: Diana Rubio
  • Tipo de título: Official Degree
  • Modality: Face to face and distance
  • Place: IMEP Headquarters Alicante (Arzobispo Loaces, 3 - 03003 Alicante)
  • Start: October 2019
  • Duration: 4 years
  • Price: 5.785 € (1er course)
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Job Possibilities

Event Manager

Event Manager

Institutional Relations Manager

Institutional Relations Manager

Communication Manager

Communication Manager

Protocol consultant

Protocol consultant

Other Job Possibilities

  • Technical Expert in Institutional Relations, public affairs and lobbying
  • Protocol Manager/Head of Protocol
  • Congress Organiser
  • Head of Cabinet/Cabinet Manager
  • Protocol Technical Experts and Coordinators
  • Manager of Sporting and Cultural Events, Conferences, Fairs
  • Protocol and Event Organisation Consultant/Advisor
  • Management of Spaces for Events
  • Technical Expert in Production/Production Coordinator

Teaching guides

Basic Compulsory Transversality End-of-degree Project Total
60 créditos ECTS 150 créditos ECTS 24 créditos ECTS 6 créditos ECTS 240 créditos ECTS
First Degree Course – First Semester

Subject: Foundations of Psychology

Teacher: Elena Huete - Graduate
Type: Basic Créditos: 6 ECTS

Subject: Spanish Language

Teacher: Mario Guilló - Doctor
Type: Basic Créditos: 6 ECTS

Subject: Modern Language: English

Teacher: Loli McGuirk - Graduate
Type: Basic Créditos: 6 ECTS

Subject: Written, audiovisual and advertising language

Teacher: Mario Guilló - Doctor
Type: Basic Créditos: 6 ECTS

Subject: Business organisation and administration

Teacher: Mª Isabel Borreguero - Doctor
Type: Basic Créditos: 6 ECTS
First Degree Course – Second Semester

Subject: Psychology of Communication

Teacher: Paula González - Doctora
Type: Basic Créditos: 6 ECTS

Subject: Communication

Teacher: Paula González - Doctora
Type: Basic Créditos: 6 ECTS

Subject: Sociology of consumption, marketing and advertising

Teacher: Mª José Cerdá - Doctor
Type: Basic Créditos: 6 ECTS

Subject: Applied communication and code of ethics for communication

Teacher: Carmen López - Doctor
Type: Basic Créditos: 6 ECTS

Subject: Protocol inside the firm

Teacher: Diana Rubio - Doctor
Type: Basic Créditos: 6 ECTS
Second Degree Course – First Semester

Subject: Computer Science

Teacher: Carmen López - Doctor
Type: Required Créditos: 6 ECTS

Subject: Foundations of Event Organisation, Official Ceremonial and Protocol

Teacher: Diana Rubio - Doctora
Type: Required Créditos: 7,5 ECTS

Subject: Constitutional Law

Teacher: Manuel Baelo - Doctor
Type: Required Créditos: 4,5 ECTS

Subject: Event Organisation I

Teacher: Pablo Rosser - Doctor
Type: Required Créditos: 7,5 ECTS

Subject: State Ceremonial

Teacher: Serafín Piñeiro - Doctor
Type: Required Créditos: 4,5 ECTS
Second Degree Course – Second Semester

Subject: External Relations: Public and Private

Teacher: Bernabé Aldeguer - Doctor
Type: Required Créditos: 7,5 ECTS

Subject: Legislation on Protocol

Teacher: Diana Rubio - Doctora
Type: Required Créditos: 4,5 ECTS

Subject: Event Organisation II

Teacher: Carlos Garulo - Graduate
Type: Required Créditos: 7,5 ECTS

Subject: Catering

Teacher: Carles García - Graduate
Type: Required Créditos: 4,5 ECTS

Subject: French

Teacher: Paola Carrión - Graduate
Type: Required Créditos: 6 ECTS
Third Degree Course – First Semester

Subject: Event Organisation III

Teacher: Antonio Bolaños - Graduate
Type: Required Créditos: 7,5 ECTS

Subject: Scenographic techniques

Teacher: José Sánchez- Doctor
Type: Required Créditos: 7,5 ECTS

Subject: Project Design and Management

Teacher: Ángel Nájera - Doctor
Type: Required Créditos: 7,5 ECTS

Subject: International Relations

Teacher: Bernabé Aldeguer - Doctor
Type: Required Créditos: 7,5 ECTS
Third Degree Course – Second Semester

Subject: Events in the Public Administration

Teacher: Mª José Cerdá - Doctor
Type: Required Créditos: 7,5 ECTS

Subject: Structure and processes in event production

Teacher: Laura Herrero - Doctor
Type: Required Créditos: 6 ECTS

Subject: History of Protocol

Teacher: Pablo Rosser - Doctor
Type: Required Créditos: 4,5 ECTS

Subject: Academic, religious and military ceremonial

Teacher: Serafín Piñeiro - Doctor
Type: Required Créditos: 6 ECTS

Subject: Corporate Communication

Teacher: Mario Guilló - Doctor
Type: Required Créditos: 6 ECTS
Fourth Degree Course – First Semester

Subject: Public marketing and political and institutional communication

Teacher: Mª José Cerdá - Doctor
Type: Required Créditos: 7,5 ECTS

Subject: Congresses, meetings, fairs and exhibitions

Teacher: Paula González - Doctor
Type: Required Créditos: 7,5 ECTS

Subject: New Technologies applied to events

Teacher: Mario Guilló - Doctor
Type: Required Créditos: 4,5 ECTS

Subject: Awards and Nobility

Teacher: Serafín Piñeiro - Doctor
Type: Required Créditos: 4,5 ECTS

Subject: Public Relations

Teacher: Paula González - Doctor
Type: Required Créditos: 6 ECTS
Fourth Degree Course – Second Semester

Subject: Optional Subject 1

Type: Optional subject Créditos: 6 ECTS

Subject: Optional subject 2

Type: Optional subject Créditos: 6 ECTS

Subject: Optional subject 3

Type: Optional subject Créditos: 6 ECTS

Subject: Internships in companies*

Teacher: - Doctor
Type: 6 Créditos: Optional subject ECTS

Subject: End-of-Degree Project

Teacher: - Doctor
Type: Required Créditos: 6 ECTS
Choice credits Degree

Subject: German

Type: Optional Créditos: 6 ECTS

Subject: Italian

Type: Optional Créditos: 6 ECTS

Subject: Budgetary Management

Teacher: Mª Isabel Borreguero - Doctor
Type: Optional Créditos: 6 ECTS

Subject: Production and logistics

Type: Optional Créditos: 6 ECTS

Subject: Human Resource Management

Type: Optional Créditos: 6 ECTS

Subject: Journalistic writing

Teacher: Carmen López - Doctor
Type: Optional Créditos: 6 ECTS

Subject: Social Responsibility

Type: Optional Créditos: 6 ECTS

Subject: History of Art

Teacher: Ángel Nájera - Doctor
Type: Optional Créditos: 6 ECTS

Information about the Degree

Place reservation

To formalize the reservation of place in the Official Degree in Organization of Events, Protocol and Institutional Relations the student must send the following pre-registration form completed to the email address admisiones@protocoloimep.com, enclosing the following documentation:

  • Scanned copy of ID or passport in force.
  • Proof of receipt of the amount corresponding to the reservation of place.

The reservation period of this Degree is established from February to May.

*The place reservation payment will only be refunded in the event that a student should prove lack of compliance with the university access requirements.

Enrolment

Once the registration period has been opened, the student must complete this registration form and send it to admisiones@protocoloimep.com.

  • Our methodology is based on a more practical approach, more collaborative and closer to your needs.
  • A training that revolves around HOW IT IS DONE, where learning is understanding the order in which things happen.
  • In IMEP we work so that you have an experience in the world of Events Organization, Protocol and Institutional Relations.

*Note: The language used during the formative process will be Spanish.

Basic Competences

  • BC1 – That students have proved to own and understand knowledge in a study area which starts from the basis of general compulsory education and is usually situated at a level that, despite being supported on advanced textbooks, equally includes a number of aspects which imply knowledge coming from the forefront of their study field
  • BC2 – That students are able to apply their knowledge to their job or vocation in a professional way and have the competences which are usually proved through argument preparation and defence and problem solving within their study area
  • BC3 – That students have the ability to collect and interpret relevant data (normally within their study area) in order to issue assessments that include a reflection on important topics of a social, scientific or ethical nature
  • BC4 – That students can transmit information, ideas, problems and solutions both to a specialist and to a non-specialist audience
  • BC5 – That students have developed those learning skills which are necessary to undertake subsequent studies with a high degree of autonomy

General Competences

  • GC1 – Ability to identify, interpret, formulate and solve basic problems in the field of Social and Legal Sciences
  • GC2 – Capacity for leadership and negotiation
  • GC3 – Adequate knowledge of administrations, firms, institutions, public bodies and organisations in general, regulations and procedures required to carry out projects and other activities
  • GC4 – Ability to plan, organise, manage and supervise systems and processes, within a framework that guarantees respect for the basic values, rights and principles of legislation, business competitiveness, environment protection and conservation, and sustainable development of the field in question
  • GC5 – Ability to analyse the social dimension of the activity as well as corporate social responsibility. Sensitivity to face social issues
  • GC6 – Ability to develop new lines, processes, projects and products
  • GC7 – Critical and analytical capacity in the corresponding speciality area
  • GC8 – Ability to evaluate, optimise and compare criteria for decision-making
  • GC9 – Ability to communicate in formal, graphic and symbolic languages and by means of both oral and written expression
  • GC10 – Human resource management/coordination capacity for project execution
  • GC11 – Teamwork capacity
  • GC12 – Ability to update knowledge within the field of Social and Legal Sciences
  • GC13 – Ability to consolidate, enlarge and integrate the basic knowledge referring to the field of Social and Legal Sciences

Specific Competences

  • SC1 – Ability to interpret social and consumer behaviours as well as the strategies for protocol-based intervention
  • SC2 – Ability to communicate in foreign languages at a B1 level
  • SC3 – Capacity for the development of marketing and communication strategies that favour institutional relations and event organisation
  • SC4 – Capacity for the implementation of business management techniques to manage protocol and institutional relations
  • SC5 – Ability to apply and develop the safety measures and legal requirements envisaged in the Spanish and EU legislation for events, public shows and the human as well as economic and material resources involved
  • SC6 – Ability to develop the professional skills and resources aimed at the development and innovation of public and private corporations
  • SC7 – Ability to develop event organisation projects by means of resource planning, technological tools and the adaptation to a previous budget
  • SC8 – Capacity for the development of sectorial organisational projects
  • SC9 – Ability to design and conceive the project staging aesthetic and technical presentation
  • SC10 – Ability to apply sectoral ceremonies and the use of appropriate official and specific symbols.

Classes of the face-to-face course are taught:

Monday to Friday

The classes will be taught at the IMEP building in the center of alicante (C/ Arzobispo Loaces, 3)

Classrooms in which classes are taught are:

1ºGRD: Third floor Classroom 2 – From Monday to Friday from 9.30am to 13.30h

2nd GRD: Fourth floor Classroom 3 – Monday to Friday 9.30am to 13.30h.

3ºGRD: Third floor Classroom 1 – Monday to Friday 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

4th GRD: Third floor Classroom 2 – Monday to Friday 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m

* Note: IMEP reserves the right to modify the place and time of classes for justified reasons.

Access Requirements

  • Baccalaureate + PAUs, branch of Social and Legal Sciences
    COU + Selectivity
    Training cycles of Higher Degree or equivalent, branch Social and Legal Sciences
    Access Test for people over 25 and 45 years old

Royal Decree 1393/2007, of October 29, which establishes the organization of official university education.

Offerings

This degree offers a total of 50 face-to-face positions and 20 distance seats.

Paola Reina Pecchuira – 1st grade representative

Marta Martínez Sánchez – 2nd grade representative

Beatriz Rodríguez Redondo – 3rd grade representative

Aroa Marrero Ávila – 4th grade representative

Modalities of the Degree

Face-to-face Modality

Lessons in this face-to-face modality are imparted from Monday to Friday at the IMEP building in the center of alicante (C/ Arzobispo Loaces, 3)

  • English lessons twice a week
  • You will be trained to obtain the Oxford English Official Certificate
  • The exam fees are included in the price of the Official Grade
  • You will get two degrees once you finish

Distance Modality

Personal tutor and our virtual campus remains open 365 days a year, 24 hours a day.

  • You will be able to attend masterclasses in real time or watch them recorded
  • Your will have your own personal tutor
  • Face-to-face exams: the only time you will have to come will be to take the official exams
  • Internship Opportunities: You can do internships in a company with an agreement with the Miguel Hernández University of Elche during the last year of the degree

Official Documents of the Degree

BOE document showing the officiality of the title
Verification center assigned UMH
Report that verifies the degree of GRADE
AVAP evaluation report
Plan for corrective and improvement actions (AVAP monitoring report 2016)
Title verification report
Normativa, condiciones de progreso y permanencia
Given the nature of the relationship of the Mediterranean Institute for Protocol Studies as an Affiliated Center to the Miguel Hernández University, the transfer and recognition of credits is carried out using the regulations described by the University itself in the corresponding Report, which we reproduce below: The Council of the Government of the UMH in its session of July 25, 2016 approved the Regulations for the Recognition and Transfer of credits that can be consulted on the web https://universite.umh.es/boumh/admnoticias/verNoticia.asp?id_noticia=8966
Pre-registration form
GRADE REACREDITATION REPORT

Interesting Links

For any query/suggestion/complaint either by teachers or by students or potential customers, please contact Carlos Garulo, Quality Manager, at the following e-mail address: calidad@protocoloimep.com
or any complaint / suggestion / claim by both the faculty, students or potential clients, you can contact Carlos Garulo, Quality Manager, at the email calidad@protocoloimep.com
Degree enrollment form
See Page for internships in companies
Consult the international mobility programme for practice periods
Start of academic activity in September 2011
Consult all the information on official scholarships
Consult all the information about IMEP’s own financial aid programme
Download all the information about the degree
Consult the information of the Official Degree in Organization of Events, Protocol and RRII on the website of the Miguel Hernández University
Register of Universities, Centers and Titles
Regulations for the evaluation of UMH students
Teacher Accreditation and Research Plan
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