What our graduates have to say:

Antoine
Antoine
Antoine

Antoine, Republic of Congo (class of 2021)
 

''The Environmental field is a multidisciplinary field of which many courses are taught worldwide. Having chosen to study the MSc Environmental Hazards and Risks Management at Université Côte d'Azur is a decision that I am proud of. This course aims to bridge the gap that exists between practical and integrated understanding of risks management and skills in modelling processes and scenarios. Through this course I have the certainty of being part of future environmental risks management projects and bringing about significant changes.''

Antoine is currently working as a Sustainable development specialist at Intereko Energia in Poland

Gustave, Democratic Republic of Congo (class of 2021)

"Being part of MSc RISKS was an enriching and exciting experience. The MSc is taught by dedicated professors, whose primary objective is to see students gain a solid understanding of the fundamentals of environmental risks and be prepared for the professional world. Additionally, the MSc RISKS welcomes students from different parts of the world. This provides an opportunity to be exposed to, and learn about various cultures and traditions that you wouldn't know existed."

Gustave is currently working as a Remote Sensing Engineer at the University of Guyane in French Guiana

   
Muhibu
Muhibu
Noel
Noel

Muhibu, Tanzania (class of 2021)

''As a student, my life experience at Université Côte d'Azur was exceptional. I felt like I had everything that I anticipated. Being taught by expert and experienced professors was among my favorite experience. I liked the case studies system whereby in a given week(s) students deal with only a single case study, which helps to concentrate on a single matter hence exploring it much deeper.''

Muhibu is currently working as a Geographical Information Researcher at INRAE PACA in France

Noel, Tanzania (class of 2021)

''MSc RISKS has a multi-disciplinary staff devoted to research and analysis of many risks. I believe that the technical assistance, insight, and training that I acquired are highly beneficial for social, environmental, and economic implications.''

Noel is currently working as a Technical studies manager at Generali in France