Like all organizations, universities have usually integrated a Quality, Health, Safety and Environment (QHSE) policy, which deals with professional risks and the university’s environmental responsibility towards its environment. This policy is based on national and international standards.
The internationalization of higher education on the one hand, and the rise of various transnational risks on the other, now contribute to broadening the perception that universities must have of the risks to be managed, as we saw in 2020 with the impact of the health crisis on student mobility and the organization of courses on campus.
IFCU member universities may be exposed to various risks that may have a direct impact on their activities or indirectly on their environment. Based on its report "Risk Management Applied to the Academic Domain" which analyzes the various risks to which Catholic universities are exposed, IFCU has launched its Academic Risk Management program based on specific training and an artificial intelligence tool dedicated to the early prevention of pandemic risks.
In this framework, IFCU and Ex Humano propose this training in academic risk management whose main objective is to help academic executives involved in the management and strategic planning of our Catholic universities.
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