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M2 Economic Analysis and Risks Governance

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  • Places available
    25
  • Language(s) of instruction
    English
    French
Présentation
Objectives

This program is a global and multidisciplinary program that combines economic risk analysis, the environment and sustainable development. It aims to satisfy the need expressed by professionals in various economic sectors for skilled decision makers who can efficiently deal with the risks they must assume on the job. The EARG curriculum covers a variety of risks (industrial, radiology, energy, legal, financial,...) at the regional or corporate level. It takes into account the complex nature of the environment and the many stakes involved: security, financial management, human resource management, environmental and sustainable development objectives, etc. It is an apprenticeship program in partnership with the “Centre de Formation d'Apprentis” (CFA). The personal and professional skills acquired during this curriculum, which enable the student to efficiently evolve in an environment specialising in risk management, are the ability to:

  •  make decisions based on economic calculations
  • detect major risk issues
  • evaluate health and environmental costs and consequences
  • implement risk prevention programs
  • manage post-accident situations and control the risks related to regional development
  • perform a Quality Security Environmental diagnostic and identify associated risks
  • implement an IT strategy with respect to risk
  • develop energy-related programs with respect to sustainable development.
Location
MONTIGNY LE BRETONNEUX
Course Prerequisites

The Economic Analysis and Risk Governance (AEGR) programme takes the form of an apprenticeship. This training is open to students who hold an M1 or an equivalent diploma. The AEGR Master is also accessible as part of a professional training contract, to employees on individual training leave or on a training plan, and to job seekers as part of a back-to-work assistance project. Practical Conditions: -Be under the age of 26 under an apprenticeship contract. -No age limit for the professional training contract and other professional training situations -Hold a work-study contract agreed with an approved or authorised employer -Hold a work permit, for applicants from outside of France.

Skills
  • Describe and define a complex system in an area.

  • Analyse the current situation in an area, assess its resources and constraints.

  • Link knowledge in a systemic way, taking into account a wide range of observations from stakeholders.

  • Prioritise actions to be taken, with a view to shared risk management.

  • Evaluate and design approaches for risk assessment and control and for crisis management.

  • Argue a scientifically proven point of view, with a critical stance.

Post-graduate profile

Solid areas of competence complemented by an ability to produce and present an overall report on risk assessment, prevention and management. A specialisation involving anticipation of situations, diagnosis, decision-making, organisation, group thinking and leadership practice:

  • Describe and define a complex system in an area.
  • Interpret the current situation, estimate resources and constraints.
  • Link knowledge in a systemic way, taking into account a wide range of observations from stakeholders.
  • Prioritise actions to be taken, with a view to shared risk management.
  • Evaluate and design procedures for risk assessment and control.
  • Defend a scientifically substantiated point of view, based on a critical stance.
Career prospects

There are job opportunities for graduates in both the public and private spheres:

  • Risk studies officer
  • Risk management consultancy or audit
  • Responsible for "at-risk" services in an industrial environment or a region
  • Risk assessment manager
  • Risk analysis manager for insurance companies, banks , communities
  • Technological risk safety officer
  • QSE engineer
  • Prevention officer
  • Risk Manager, Facilitator, Expert, Consultant
  • Quality, Safety and Environment coordinator
  • Academic research and higher education teacher
  • Sustainable development and risk management officer
  • Operational risk and internal control analyst
  • Consultant directing project and policy assessment
  • Mediator, facilitator, communication and crisis management correspondent
Collaboration(s)
Laboratories

Observatoire des sciences de l'univers de l'UVSQ.

Programme

Cours théoriques et méthodologiques: introduction à l'analyse et à la gouvernance des risques.

Subjects ECTS Lecture directed study practical class Lecture/directed study Lecture/practical class directed study/practical class distance-learning course Project Supervised studies
Système d'information et retours d'expériences 3 18
Politiques environnementales comparées et développement durable 3 24
Gestion du risque radiologique 3 18
Gestion des risques urbains 3 24
Economie du risque et de l'assurance 4 21
Economie du changement climatique et risques énergétiques 4 24
Démarche Qualité, Sécurité, Environnement : application à des installations à risques 3 21
Anglais Transversal 3 18
Analyse économique et maîtrise des risques : gestion des risques et prévention des accidents 4 21

Cours appliqué, conférences, et missions en entreprise.

Subjects ECTS Lecture directed study practical class Lecture/directed study Lecture/practical class directed study/practical class distance-learning course Project Supervised studies
Modélisation, gestion de projet et prise de décision 4 21
Gestion du risque industriel et droit de l'environnement 3 21
Cycle de conférences AEGR 3 30
Ateliers risques 2 24
Apprentissage en entreprise, mémoire AEGR 18 80
Modalités de candidatures
Application period
From 01/02/2021 to 16/07/2021
Compulsory supporting documents
  • Motivation letter.

  • All transcripts of the years / semesters validated since the high school diploma at the date of application.

  • Curriculum Vitae.

Additional supporting documents
  • Certificate of French (compulsory for non-French speakers).

  • Detailed description and hourly volume of courses taken since the beginning of the university program.

  • Choice sheet of M2 (obligatory for the candidates registered in M1 at the University Paris-Saclay) to download on https://www.universite-paris-saclay.fr/en/admission/apply-master-programmes.

  • VAP file (obligatory for all persons requesting a valuation of the assets to enter the diploma).

Contact(s)
Course manager(s)
Samir Allal - samir.allal@uvsq.fr
Administrative office
Nathalie LARMET - nathalie.larmet@uvsq.fr
Admission