In most countries of the European Union there are official masters that deal with police security, and in particular in the UNED has been giving a master's degree in this subject, the University Master in Security, for more than 7 years. All of these masters address issues of police security at the national level, but the EJMBSM Master Border Management in the European Union IS the first academic program aimed at border police cooperation within the framework of internal security whose design and delivery is done with participation of several universities and military / police academies in Europe and the collaboration of the FRONTEX Agency. In this sense, it represents an added value to the training and the police profession in the European Union. Also UNED is the university that grants the Diploma in the impartición of the Master in Police Cooperation in the European Union that is made in collaboration with the European Agency CEPOL with it Headquarters in Budapest.
This EJMBSM title complements, as indicated above, the degree programs of police training within the framework of the European Higher Education Area existing in European universities. The objective is to integrate specialized training for police officers and other security forces into the training framework within the EHEA by developing this mastery program related to border security in Europe.
The designed program fully conforms to the Dublin Descriptors for this cycle of studies and will be taught by recognized European universities (including the Spanish universities of UNED and Salamanca). For this reason, the academic quality, consistency and consistency of the academic program are fully guaranteed.
The goal/ target group of potential audience is made up of Officers from the different border police bodies of the countries that make up the European Union, providing a specific training for which the Master is used as a further specialization in management issues and specialization in international border police cooperation. The collaboration UNED Faculty of Law-Civil Guard in postgraduate subjects adopts a new step. This uninterrupted collaboration has developed over the last twenty seven years, counted retroactively as from 2017 and has covered different academic formats, both at the undergraduate and postgraduate level (seminars, courses, master's degree). Scientific, etc.).
NEW DIPLOMA In terms of European agencies that have to deal with security control isues, the UNED takes a prominent place, implementing both this Master of FRONTEX, and that already being promoted by the European Police Training Agency (CEPOL) Both are offered with the collaboration of Guardia Civil and its Officers Academy. The implementation of the EJMBSM Master in border management in the European Union is a further boost to the European convergence that the education systems have been pursuing and supporting for years in the framework of the European Space of Higher Education and in which the UNED has been having a very important role, since it will be one of the five universities that offer this joint degree (the physical emission of the title, signed by all the Rectors of the five universities, will correspond to the Dutch NLDA, Faculty of Military Sciences of Breda, coordinated this in some way the joint process, although the five universities act in strict system of equality of importance and relevance, being the student a future titled of the five institutions) At the end of the document of Agreement and its translation includes the accreditation that NLDA (with the rest of Universities) of the European Agency ECA at the request of the Dutch NVAO Dutch edition, similar to the Spanish ANECA). Accreditation in NLDA and NVAO means that the performance of instruments of mutual recognition under the auspices of JOQAR, ENQAR acquires a validity and extensive validity and accredit outside the Netherlands (in this case in Spain and for the UNED and the University of Salamanca ) The title of master set presented here.
The accreditation has been extended and positively informed for the total deadline of six years (as NLDA and NVAO does) in the Spanish Ministry of Education
MODE OF DELIVERING
The degree is semi-presential since the students in each module of the program they make will go to a European place for a week to share teaching in an intensive contact-based contact week. The place will be where the teaching activity of the university responsible for each module will be developed, or of the Collaborating Police Academy, which in the Spanish case will be the Academy of Officers of Aranjuez of the Civil Guard or the Academy of Avila of the National Police , In the case of two modules coordinated by the University of Salamanca. Different works and readings are controlled by the lecturers
The combination of the two modes of delivering (on-line and presential) allows a tight collaboration of students ann lecturers from all the EU countries. That means that the EJMBSM will provide training in the police border cooperation field. On beside, the working groups od lecturers/students would be the basis for future cooperation among the BorderGuarding bodies in Europe, specially with the High Officer attending the EJMBSM course
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, COMPETENCE
There are several competences (learning outcomes, at the end) depending on the specific module, but we can select some general competences, following the documentation presented to the Education Spanish authorities.
-To integrate and to support the respect to the Fundamental Rights and professional rights in the ethic standards (always on the field on the Border Guarding activities)
-To use the aprropriate techniques and tools to manage all resources, optimizing its use and looking for a balance between the organizational goals and the expectations of the interested people, national, european or international
- To guarantee the focus on the intelligence and strategy in the management on Border Management control
-To support the collaboration, coordination and european interoperability related to the Border protection activity
-To take advantage of the opportunities of learning through the long life training and to support the professional development inside the Organization
-Critically evaluate the potential organizational development in the context of managerial principles, specailly in the Border management
-To communicate in a efective way in a multicultural and multiprofessional context
-To apply professional skills and research skills in the field of the information/data analysis to strenght the border security in the european context
More specific outcomes for the Stage 1 (modules 1 to 6) can be:
Critically evaluate a broad range of strategic management system
Critically evaluate the integration of fundamental rights, professional standards and ethical principles into border guarding policies, procedures and activities
Plan and evaluate Bortder security management activities
Apply theories, tools and techniques to human and financial resource management
Manage change in the context of innovation and emerging technologies
Work effectively in collaboration with members with responsibility for management of border security from other States
Adopt a strategic perspective to all border guarding activity
Implement quality management standards in border guarding activities
Selectively apply a range of leadership styles to achieve organizational goals
Ensure that the European mission, vision and values in relation to border security are incorporated into management practices
More specific outcomes for the Stage 2 (modules 7 to 10)
Critically evaluate the European approach to Border security in the context of Global trebds and threats
Critically evaluate national strategies for risk and threat management in the context of European and International practice and the capacity for interoperability
Critically review approaches to multi-agency cross-border cooperation for the prevention, detention and investigation of cross-border related crime
Design intelligence-driven operational strategies for border control and evaluate them in the context of coooperation, harmonization and interoperability
Work effectively in collaboration with members with responsibility for management of border security from other states in a range of border security related contexts
Balance the requirements of security, safety, cooperation and information management with protection of fundamental rights and ensure free movement of people, goods and services within an integrated border management framework
Support and facilitate a range of cooperation partnerships, procedures and networks that enhance integrated border management