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The Hague University of Applied Sciences Netherlands, The Hague
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OverviewSafety and Security Management Studies is aimed to train you to be a professional, harness your academic insights and channel them into the public governance of safety and security, without losing sight of the importance of the citizens you will be serving.
Safety and Security Management Studies sets standards for professionalism. These are defined in the competencies that students develop throughout the modules. Each module has a clear set of learning goals. At the end of the module students are tested along these goals.
Safety and Security Management Studies offers a four year full time course. The course offers a student what is necessary to develop professional competencies required to make the public governance of safety and security work.
Each of the four years consists of four modules. The module programme offers three courses, a project reflecting practical and professional aspects of safety and security, personal coaching and a professional abilities training.
Important aspect of Safety and Security Management Studies is that these modules can be offered separately. The Hague University of Applied Sciences partners with educational institutes and non-governmental organisations throughout the world. In partnership modules in Safety and Security Management Studies are offered locally. Target groups are those who are active in the field and want to further develop their competencies.
The four year course offers graduates the possibility to be active within:* International organisations working in the field of urban development and the quality of urban governance * International organisations in the field of global conflict resolution, reconciliation and redevelopment * International police and security organisations * Local nongovernmental organisations active in securing a safe city environment * National public service providers in the field of internal safety and security such as the police * National, regional and urban governmental agencies, for instance within departments coordinating the response to calamities