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Environmental management

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SML Master’s degree

environmental management

The Environmental Management (EGEL) course is founded on the skills developed in three IUEM research units: LETG (Coastal and Marine Geography), LEMAR (Biology, Chemistry, Marine Ecology) and AMURE (Law and Economics).

Between 2010 and 2014, 9% of the students completed their studies. 70% found a job in the field of coastal environment. Example of jobs: project manager (cartographer, general environmentalist), biologist/scientific diver, project or mission manager (marine environment, fishing and shellfish farming, marine protected areas, Natura 2000, water development and management scheme…).

With the recent proliferation of texts related to the sea and the coastline management (Grenelle de la Mer, Marine Strategy Framework Directive, French Maritime Strategy), sea-oriented jobs should develop in the fields of maritime spatial planning and marine energies. On the littoral, climate change issues call for skills in the field of coastal risks.

Course of study

EGEL- Expertise and management of the coastal environment

EGEL (“Expertise and Management of the Coastal Environment”) is one of the eight Master’s degree in the “Marine and Coastal Sciences” domain of the European University Institute of the Sea (UBO, Brest). Created in 2000, it is historically one of the first specialised training courses in coastal and marine environment management in France, with a network of more than 500 alumni trained over the last 20 years.

Recognised on a national scale, EGEL aims to prepare students for careers in planning, environmental engineering and research in the field of coastal and marine management. A multidisciplinary degree by excellence (geography, planning, biology, ecology, law, economics, chemistry), it offers a cross-disciplinary approach to knowledge, understanding and management of coastal and marine issues in a logic of transition and sustainability of territories.

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See the training file on the official UBO catalogue

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Maritime Activities Law

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SML Master’s degree

Maritime Activities Law

The teaching provided within the Master’s degree is based on the AMURE laboratory research activity, whose three research areas are:

  • Blue economy
  • Ownership and responsibility
  • Socio-ecosystem and territory

The course aims at training lawyers specialized in the law of the sea, coastal and maritime activities.

These professionals will be able to identify, analyse and deal with legal problems concerning the laws governing maritime areas and the various activities of the maritime world (ports, transport, insurance, fishing…).

  • Sectors of activity: insurance, legal advice, legal studies and expertise, professional and trade union organizations, private or public companies from the maritime sector, maritime social benefit organizations, maritime banks, maritime cooperatives, Community territorial or national internal and Community administration (environment, equipment and transport – sea -, fisheries).
  • Types of jobs: company lawyer, business manager, litigation manager, legal adviser, administrator…

Course of study

Law, sea and coastline

The objective is to train professionals who can or should be responsible for detecting, analysing and dealing with legal problems relating to the various fields of maritime activities and sea law. They are able to elaborate the documents of litigious files, ensuring the follow-up of contentious cases, defining, conceiving and drafting useful documents, legal acts and regulations.

Download the training file

See the training file on the official UBO catalogue

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