If you think that logistics is just about the transport and storage of goods, you are missing out on a lot more. Logistics professionals of tomorrow are able to identify current trends, to develop clever ideas, to find innovative solutions and to use the latest technology in order to realize their visions in an economical, timesaving and ecofriendly way.
We developed this course to meet the changing needs of industry and society and aim to provide you with specialist knowledge of the latest logistic innovations and problem solving methods as well as a sound understanding of strategic logistic planning processes. You will also be enabled to design and evaluate innovative private mobility concepts and to equip them with the technical systems needed. Together with the technical English language skills you will gain throughout the course this will be an excellent preparation for you to embark on an international career.
As a graduate you will be highly qualified to work in the management of logistics and will also have the knowledge and ability to respond to new challenges in the field of public and private mobility. You can expect to work in business areas like planning, implementation or economic operation and optimisation of current or future logistic processes and mobility concepts.
Our graduates are highly sought after mobility and logistics managers. They gain employment as planners, consultants, innovators or optimisers and may be responsible for distribution, purchasing or process and product development.
Semester fees are 222,76 (twohundredandtwentytwo euros and seventysix cents)
No work experience is required.
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Founded on the 1st of May 2009, Rhine-Waal University began study activities in the Winter Semester 2009/2010 with the first three courses of study offered already in September 2009.