Our MSc Geophysical Hazards programme investigates the processes that turn natural events into hazards, from volcanic eruptions, earthquakes and landslides to floods, tsunamis and hurricanes.
This programme is designed specifically to provide those working in the insurance or other risk financial sector with the tools required to make more informed decisions in their day-to-day encounters with natural hazards, exposure and loss.
We provide bespoke training to non-academic professionals working in risk associated with natural hazards.
As part of UCL Earth Sciences, members of the Hazard Centre also oversee PhD projects and supervise students. For details on current PhD projects available and how to apply, please visit UCL Earth Sciences. You can also check out our PhD Research page for more information on the amazing work our current PhD students are undertaking here at the UCL Hazard Centre.