Event Engineering

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Event Engineering

Live, without a safety net, for the thrill of creating instant unforgettable experiences for the audience.

A variety of new technologies have enhanced the event industry and created new special experiences for the audience – live, without a net or a double bottom. Concerts and festivals depend just as much on well-crafted sound and sophisticated lighting and stage designs as industry events, party conventions, e-sports and streaming events. It is exciting to create and plan an event with great attention to detail, where everything has to be perfect in that moment in order to give the audience an unforgettable experience.

Course content (excerpts from the curriculum)

Stage Design & Technology

rigging, special effects, kinetics, stage management

Sound & Acoustics

FOH, live mixing, PA, Line Array, concert

Light

LED, moving head, Light Controller, lightning, DMX

Presentation technology

video mixer, streaming, camera, screen, LED wall

ProjeCt & Workflow

team lead, planning, organization

On tour

backstage, tour life, Access All Areas

 

Job profiles in the event industry

Management

Technical Project Manager, Recording Manager, Event Manager

Audio

FOH Engineer, Monitor Engineer, Live-Sound Engineer

Light

Stage Designer, Lighting Designer, Video Technician

Learn and study

Course starts: March and September

Diploma: Professional training / Professional development

Bachelor: Full-time degree / Part-time degree

Master: Specialization / Professional qualification

24-Month Full-Time Degree
The Bachelor’s Degree is part of the “fast-track program” and takes 2 years to complete. This means, you will be qualified faster, be able to enter the job market and start earning sooner. This option combines a compact full-time course with professional training. In addition to studying interdisciplinary content and research methods, practical exercises and projects will help you to gain technical and practical skills.
36-Month Part-Time Degree
Thanks to its modular structure, the part-time Bachelor’s Degree allows students to be flexible and to study at their own pace. Professional and academic components are separated from each other and are taught in a complementary manner. As a rule, the Bachelor’s Degree in the part-time “extended model” is completed after 36 months; depending on your personal situation, the time can also be adjusted.
18-Month Professional Training
The SAE Diploma opens the door for a career in the creative industries in just 18 months. With a practical component of 75%, you will acquire sound knowledge of the subject, and practical exercises will help you to develop technical skills at an early stage. The SAE Diploma offers professional technical training that equips students with strong, industry-relevant skills. Moreover, it facilitates flexible time management and a high degree of autonomy.
18-Month Professional Development
Thanks to our flexible schedule, it will be easy for you to combine professional development with your current job. The part-time version of the 18-month SAE Diploma not only opens up new perspectives and professional fields, but also allows working students to gain sound expertise and practical skills at the cutting edge of technology.

Admission requirements

Own notebook with internet access for theory tests, online lectures and lecture notes

A Bachelor’s Degree in Software Engineering is being planned. You will graduate with the SAE Diploma.

Personal protective equipment is required during the course (e.g. gloves, safety shoes, etc.).

 

Your career advisor at the campus


Our career advisors on campus will show you the opportunities within SAE during an on-site visit and inform you about departments, course content as well as job prospects and are happy to answer all your questions individually.

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Become part of the successful community yourself

Take a look behind the scenes in a workshop at the campus of your choice or in an online session.