Public Relations – Event Management Loyalist College

About this Program

Level: Graduate Certificate in Public Relations – Event Management

Discpline: Business Administration, Management, and Operations

Length: 2 semesters

Check My Eligibility
Application Fee: $110.00
Tuition Fee: $14,332.00

Belleville Campus Campus

Sorry, there are no intakes available at the moment

Program Description

Public relations and event management professionals are increasingly in demand as employers recognize the value of effective communications. A career in PR and event management is never dull! From one day to the next you could be pitching a story, staging a news conference, organizing an event or managing crisis communications. Learn from guest speakers in the industry. Develop a solid portfolio of relevant workplace skills. Participate in a speed-mentoring event and micro-networking session. Meet with industry professionals and PR agencies in Toronto. Stage a mock disaster during Crisis Communications Week. Plan and host special events such as concerts and wine tastings in neighbouring Prince Edward County. Write clear, targeted communications materials that deliver your message persuasively. Build relationships with media and stakeholders, plan special events, market for corporate and non-profit, deliver compelling presentations, prepare for media interviews and handle crisis situations. Use new media, social media and graphics creation to promote your message.

Other Programs at the School

These programs are similar to the current one.


Tuition: $16,502.38

Application Fee: $110.00

Diploma in Business -

Sep 2024

Global Business Management

Tuition: $14,332.00

Application Fee: $110.00

Graduate Certificate in Global Business Management -

Sep 2024

Supply Chain Management – Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

Tuition: $15,834.88

Application Fee: $110.00

Graduate Certificate - Supply Chain Management – Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) -

Sep 2024

Global Project Management

Tuition: $14,332.50

Application Fee: $110.00

Global Project Management -

Sep 2024

Study and Work in Canada

Full-time undergraduate and post-graduate international students can work anywhere on or off campus without a work permit. The rules around the number of hours a student will be allowed to work may vary based on the country the student chooses to study in. International students are typically able to work up to 20 hours a week.