International Masters in Risk Assessment and Management of Civil Infrastructures

NORISK is a very broad course on the topic of risk analysis and management of civil infrastructures in the sense that several of the concepts and tools provided will range from materials, analysis, monitoring, digitalization and sustainability. It is completely in line with the main lines of European Union, as well as with the needs of many of the involved stakeholders.


Up to 25 800€ each

Covering the tuition fees (9000 €) and monthly substance (1400 €)


Academic Year 2024/2025

The first edition of NORISK starts in October 2024. Three calls for applications exist up to this date.

Applications for the academic year 2024/2025 are open.


The NORISK is an International Master in Risk Assessment and Management of Civil Infrastructures. It will have the first edition in 2024/2025 as an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Course.
The NORISK is a highly specialised Master focusing on risk assessment and management of civil infrastructures. The NORISK EMJM central objective is to prepare a new generation of technicians with solid basic training, within an integrative and multidisciplinary context, that allows them to operate in the risk analysis and infrastructure management market, exploring the common denominator that exists for all sectors of civil and critical infrastructures by providing optimized and sustainable solutions.
NORISK has a duration of one academic year (60 ETCS), Successful students will be awarded a master’s degree by the two Universities where they have completed at least 30 ECTS each (60 ECTS in total).

It is held on a rotating basis among partners. Students carry out the entire coursework in one location and the dissertation in another location. The language of instruction and examinations is English.
The NORISK EMJM will provide students with advanced knowledge and skills to work and develop a professional career in the assessment, management, reliability and risk analysis, monitoring, digitalization and intervention on civil infrastructures, particularly, those that support human activities and/or are considered as critical, such as the ones connected to the energy, transport, communications, water, health, defence and national security, banking and financial sectors, among others. In fact, risk assessment combined with concepts such as reliability, robustness, resilience and sustentability.



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