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Crisis management and civil protection is a specialisation that meets the expectations of the labour market. Crisis management is the activity of public administration bodies as an element of internal security management. It involves the prevention of crisis situations, the preparation of actions in case of the occurrence of crisis situations, the removal of their effects and the restoration of critical resources and infrastructure. The specialisation is addressed to persons who work or intend to work in positions related to crisis management in the broad sense. It is also addressed to managers of public administration and local governments (communes, districts, provinces) and all those interested in problems of internal security in situations of threats to the life, health, property of citizens and ensuring order, peace and public safety. An important role in the study programme is played by classes in the form of exercises and workshops, during which students, through case studies describing real-life problem situations, strategic games and simulation games, acquire practical skills that are essential in their future professional work.


Completion of the specialisation allows you to acquire knowledge and skills in:

  • crisis management concepts
  • critical infrastructure
  • modern security threats
  • rescue and civil protection
  • emergency management
  • information support for crisis management
  • national and allied crisis response
  • the protection of cultural property and national heritage, – the protection of cultural heritage
  • the application of law in emergencies
  • civil defence
  • civilian planning

CAREER prospects

Graduates of this specialisation will be able to find employment as managers, specialists, advisors, experts or inspectors in departments or staffs of crisis management at provincial, district and municipal offices and in local government institutions at various levels, as well as in provincial military staffs, units of the State Fire Service and the Police, formations of the National Civil Defence and institutions related to crisis response.


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