Natural and anthropogenic hazards and risks account for huge financial losses caused by rapidly evolving land-use change and global warming negative impacts. The ERMA program equips students with skills in risk management and data analysis enabling them to better predict and mitigate environmental hazards and risks. The ERMA program is project-oriented and makes extensive use of case studies typical of the Arctic area.
Northern Arctic Federal University located in the Russian Arctic (Arkhangelsk City) and acting as one of the world-recognized Arctic institutions offers you Master level program ERMA that aims at training skilled specialists with in-depth knowledge of contemporary ecology. Its graduates are qualified for independent research and practical work in the field of environmental risk management.
Graduates receive a Master degree in Ecology and Environmental Management and are qualified for:
Master Diploma from Northern Arctic Federal University
European Diploma Supplement
Arctic Floating University is an annual scientific and education marine expedition, which brings together young people and researchers in order to study the Arctic. For scientists - it is a possibility to conduct research in the high-latitude Arctic. For students – it’s a unique educational program containing a multidisciplinary course of lectures and practical training together with experienced researchers.
Academic and Living Environment
Shared Use of Equipment Center “Arktika”. It is designing means and methods of environmental control and monitoring applicable in Russia’s Arctic and sub-Arctic areas
Arctic Satellite Monitoring Center. Due to optical and radar images of different degrees of detail, it is possible to ensure non-stop satellite monitoring of the Arctic region thanks to working with both.
Arctic Fund Catalogue. Library funds consist of circa 1.2 million educational and scientific books, periodicals, abstracts of dissertations and dissertations itself, teaching aids, bibliographic indexes, foreign publications in print and electronic media.