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The study of logistics involves the management of materials along the supply chain, ultimately ending up with the final consumer. A Bachelor in Logistics in Europe is top choice for students interested in this field as there are many opportunities for practical application of knowledge learned in the classroom. Aside from high standards of academics, students pursuing a Bachelor in Logistics in Europe will have many possibilities for personal and professional growth through all the Europe has to offer the international student, such as a diverse environment, cultural opportunities, dynamic cities, and exciting things to see and do outside the classroom.

Students taking a Bachelor in Logistics in Europe will explore such topics as transportation, production, inventory, and procurement. With increased globalization, students will learn with an international perspective to logistics management. In Europe, a Bachelor in Logistics will take at least three years, however there are also other study options that fit the needs of most students.

Take look through the programs below and find the Bachelor in Logistics program in Europe that will help you take your first step towards a successful career!

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Bachelor in International Logistics Management

Stenden University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 4 years February 2017 Netherlands Emmen

Learn to be a logistics manager in a country which is well-known for its import and export: The Netherlands. [+]

Bachelors in Logistics in Europe 2017. Are you an organisation talent, natural problem solver and do not shy away from taking important decisions? If so then the International Logistics course might be a great study programme for you. The four year international Bachelor programme in Logistics Management teaches you to become a true logistics expert. The first year will give you an introduction to the industry and covers general management subjects such as marketing and business economics and specific logistic subjects such as warehousing, physical distribution and operation management. In the second year you will build on your foundation knowledge in the field and dive into topics such as sustainable logistics, event logistics and E-logistics. In the third year you will take part in a 6 months internship and choose your specialisation. The fourth year will focus on your strategic management knowledge and skills and of course the Bachelor thesis. The Logistic sector offers a broad range of employment possibilities and open doors for students to choose from a variety of careers. Alumni have gone on to work as export managers, purchase managers or sales managers at companies worldwide. For more information about the Bachelor in International Logistics Management please submit an information request form and Stenden University will contact you with further information. For more information please also check our website: https://stenden.com/en/studies/international-logistics-management/#practical-information Admission requirements Academic Requirements Stenden University of Applied Sciences recognizes the following general international qualifications: International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma or European Baccalaureate Diploma High School diploma from an accredited institution Four GCSE/GCE ‘O’ level passes plus two ‘A’ level passes Associate, Bachelor or Master Degree Some of our Bachelor programs demand additional entry requirements. You can find these on our website! Language Requirements All non-EER applicants are required to submit an English proficiency test with their application. Exceptions are made for students, who have had their preparatory education in a country where English is the official working and educational language. The language requirements for EER students are the same as for Dutch students. If your diploma is mentioned in this list the additional English language test is not required. Stenden University of Applied Sciences accepts three kinds of official language tests: IELTS, TOEFL and the Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English. Academic IELTS 6.0 (with a minimum of 5.0 for each skill). TOEFL 550 (paper based), 213 (computer based) and 80 (internet based). Original test results must be sent directly from the Educational Testing Service to Stenden. The TOEFL institution code for Stenden is 9215. Cambridge ESOL score CAE-C. [-]

Bachelor in Logistics Management (Economics)

HAN University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 4 years February 2017 Netherlands Arnhem

The Bachelor in Logistics Management program trains you to become a distribution and logistics specialist in the modern business world. During the course you study current international business practices and the latest trends in logistics and management. [+]

Bachelor in Logistics Management (Economics) A rock band is on tour and is scheduled to perform in 9 different sports stadiums. Customers at a music store receive a free DVD during a special summer sale. Humanitarian aid is sent abroad after a natural disaster. All these activities demand a good logistics manager. Enrol in the Logistics Management course at Arnhem Business School and become such a manager. Course Start September 2017 February 2017 Factors for success Before starting the course, it’s important that you: Have made a well-informed decision about your degree course Are motivated and enthusiastic about studying Are in a good position to study (e.g. you have enough time and money, good housing, and good mental and physical health) Are prepared to spend a year doing a work placement and studying abroad Have studied the following subjects in your prior education: accounting, mathematics, economics and foreign languages Have a good command of English Are ‘worldwise’ and mature During the course, it’s important that you: Can structure information at an academic level Can reason and apply knowledge creatively at an academic level Can study independently and effectively Can reflect on your own actions Can communicate well with others Have an open mind towards people from other cultures Are flexible in working with others You will also need a number of special talents/interests: The ability to think in structures and processes Quantitative skills A team player mentality Good computer skills Distribution and logistics specialists The Logistics Management Bachelor’s course trains you to become a distribution and logistics specialist in the modern business world. During the course you study current international business practices and the latest trends in logistics and management. You also develop practical skills that will be essential on the job. As a Logistics Management graduate you can identify and analyse problems in the production and distribution processes of goods and services. You can also design practical solutions to meet your employer’s needs. Logistics Management graduates find middle management jobs in many fields, including purchasing, production, marketing, automation and cost control. Unique course During your Bachelor’s course you focus on logistics but also learn about marketing and its relationship to logistics. Marketing is a unique aspect of this Bachelor’s degree. It gives you a broader and more marketable business background. You also acquire management and organisation skills with a strong emphasis on internationalisation. During your study abroad and work placement abroad, you also get the chance to experience a different cultural environment. This international experience will certainly boost your global career opportunities. Study and work placement abroad During the course you are required to spend two semesters abroad in two different countries. One of these semesters is a work placement, during which you gain international work experience and sharpen your intercultural communication skills. This experience will increase your future employment opportunities. Learning environment You are taught by international lecturers in small groups of 30 students. Courses are practical and project-oriented. You receive plenty of individual attention from your lecturers. They help you with your course work. They will also help you get settled at HAN and in the Netherlands. Course participants come from Asia, Europe, Africa and Latin America. This international mix will stimulate you to think beyond the boundaries of your own culture and will prepare you for an exciting career in an international, multicultural setting. General course structure Each year is divided into two semesters and each semester is divided into two terms. You will be assessed throughout the academic year and will have exams at the end of each term. You do five to six modules per semester and are involved in interactive group projects aimed at developing your practical skills. Admissions To start a Bachelors degree course at Arnhem Business School, you have to meet certain criteria. You need to have completed an adequate level of secondary education. As the course is taught in English, a sufficient level of fluency in English is needed as well. Secondary education To be admitted you need a certificate of secondary education such as: Havo / vwo: subject requirements see 'For Dutch students only: Toelating havodiploma en Toelating Vwo-diploma' MBO (level 4) International Baccalaureate Abitur or Fachhochschulreife High school, A or B grades Sekolah Menegah Atas (SMA) General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE - A level) You should have a certificate at secondary level showing good grades in Mathematics. Fluency in English A sufficient level of fluency in English is a prerequisite for admission to this course, for example: An IELTS score of at least 6.0 or A TOEFL score of at least 79-80 (Internet based) A Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) or Proficiency of English (CPE) Please note: You may be invited to a Skype interview as part of your admission process. If you take a TOEFL test, you can ask ETS TOEFL to send us your score directly by using the HAN University of Applied Sciences code: 7832. Languages Dutch and Spanish start at beginners’ level. French and German start at intermediate level and require two to three years of previous training. French is available only for students starting in September, not to February starters. 1st year course exemptions If you have studied subjects related to this course at another institute of higher education, you may be eligible for an exemption of 1st year subjects. Exemptions are only granted if these subjects closely resemble ours. The Board of Admissions will review your application for each individual exemption. The board’s decision will be finalised only after the start of course. To apply for course exemptions or for admission to a higher year, you must meet the following requirements: 1. A good command of both written and spoken English, over and above the ability to follow the lectures, i.e.: An IELTS score of at least 6.5 A TOEFL score of at least 90-91 (internet based) A Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) or Proficiency of English (CPE) 2. Successful completion of more than one year of higher education, with subjects in business, management, logistics, finance or communication. You must provide official transcripts of grades (stamped by the institute of higher education), with detailed course descriptions and reading list. [-]

Bachelor Logistics Management

Fontys Venlo Campus
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Netherlands Venlo

Logistics Management Engineering is a study field that offers you related jobs in many different companies: from automotive, pharmaceutical to wholesale and retail companies. Logistics Engineers are needed in many companies and institutions! Logistics is increasingly regarded as an opportunity to [+]

Bachelors in Logistics in Europe 2017. Logistics Management Engineering is a study field that offers you related jobs in many different companies: from automotive, pharmaceutical to wholesale and retail companies. Logistics Engineers are needed in many companies and institutions! Logistics is increasingly regarded as an opportunity to reduce costs and a way to gain competitive advantage. Within "distribution, warehousing, production and Supply Chain Management" control and coordination of goods, funds and information flows are very essential. The production and delivery of goods must always be at the right time, in the right quantity and at the right place. This is effectiveness which needs to be realized in an efficient way. Logistics Management Engineering Bachelor program leads to the degree of Bachelor of Engineering (Bsc). Logistic Engineers will be the designers of logistics systems. This involves production systems, distribution systems, installing warehouses or the improvement of logistics chains of companies. The Logistics Engineer thinks in systems and handles logistic processes in an analytical manner. Optimizing processes is done by using OR-techniques, quantitative simulation techniques or software applications. Often you will work in projects and leadership skills are essential. Admission requirements - International Baccalaureate with mathematics; - General Certificate Secondary Education with mathematics; - HAVO or VWO certificate with mathematics; - General Certificate Secondary Education (GCSE). Requirements: at least 6 exam subjects. Minimum for the examinee subjects is 4 GCSE subjects with grades A*, A, B or C and 2 GCE subjects at A/S Level (no specific grade required). A/S Level means advanced subsidiary level (previously advanced supplementary level).Mathematics should be part of examinee subjects. - For all equivalent educations, please send us your documents for diploma assessment. For non-EU students who didn’t follow their secondary school in the English language: IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL 550 score is required. [-]

Bachelor in Econometrics and Operations research

University of Groningen
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Netherlands Groningen

If you decide to study Econometrics and Operations Research (EOR), you will learn to construct mathematical models to analyse economic data. With these models, you will be able to compute the [+]

Bachelor in Econometrics and operations research

 

Language: English (100%)If you decide to study Econometrics and Operations Research (EOR), you will learn to construct mathematical models to analyse economic data. With these models, you will be able to compute the unemployment rates of a country, the Gross National Product, the stock price of a company or the future exchange rate of the Euro.The courses in the propaedeutic phase serve as the foundation for the remainder of the programme. You will take courses in Modelling, Statistics, Mathematics, Economics, Finance, Marketing and English.

After this, you will continue with mandatory courses. Building on the propaedeutic coursework, you will deepen and broaden your knowledge in the four major topics: Mathematical Economics, Econometrics, Operations Research and Actuarial Studies.After your Bachelor's degree, you meet the requirements for entry-level positions, but almost all students decide to continue with a Master's degree.Job perspectivesGraduates with an MSc degree are found in a broad spectrum of occupations where IT, mathematical and problem-solving skills are needed. The world of business offers jobs in finance, insurance, logistics, manufacturing and marketing. Non-profit organisations, such as employers' federations and consumer organisations also hire econometricians. Governments need the diverse skills that will make up your toolkit. Finally, an academic research is another possible career path.Your job prospects will be good. Nonetheless, while a Bachelor’s degree may meet the requirements for entry-level positions, almost all students decide to continue with a Master’s degree. Acquiring a Master’s degree will expand still further your career opportunities in the short and long term, at home and abroad.... [-]


Bachelor in Logistics

University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt
Campus Full time 7 semesters September 2017 Germany Würzburg

The Bachelor in Logistics at FHWS opens the door to a wide range of possible careers. Your future task will be to secure the competitiveness of the enterprise you are working for by keeping inventory low while ensuring customer satisfaction by keeping delivery times short and by just-in-time delivery of ordered stock. [+]

Bachelors in Logistics in Europe 2017. The Bachelor in Logistics at FHWS opens the door to a wide range of possible careers. Your future task will be to secure the competitiveness of the enterprise you are working for by keeping inventory low while ensuring customer satisfaction by keeping delivery times short and by just-in-time delivery of ordered stock. The entire process of planning, arranging, supervising and checking the material, financial and information flow within the enterprise as well as in the whole supply chain between suppliers and customers is organized by logistics managers. In order to enable you to deal with complex issues in your future everyday business environment, you will acquire a thorough grounding in the following areas within the framework of an interdisciplinary degree course: Logistics Management Fundamentals of Business Administration Technical Systems IT for Logistics General & Soft Skills Course Structure: First to third semester: basic subjects e.g. Mathematics, Physics, Analysis and Planning Methods in Logistics Fourth to fifth semester: advanced subjects e.g. Material Flow Systems/Technical Logistics, Supply Chain Management, International Logistics Sixth semester: Internship Seventh semester: Bachelor's thesis Admission requirements: Secondary school leaver`s certificate. If required: evidence of study dates and qualifications Evidence of knowledge of English e.g. from TOEFL test (min. 80 points internet-based) 6-week technically-orientated preliminary work placement. May be completed before or during the first two semesters Knowledge of German to A2 level (CEFR). There is an option to achieve this level by means of FHWS courses during the first two semesters Course Summary: Degree Level: Bachelor Location: Schweinfurt, Germany Course Language: English Duration: 3.5 years Tuition fees: None Application Deadline: 15 July for the following winter semester [-]

Bachelor in Econometrics and Operations Research

Maastricht University, School of Business and Economics
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Netherlands Maastricht

Making companies run smoothly. Increasing profit sustainably. Predicting financial trends. Understanding how people’s behaviour affects the market. Dealing with wider economic issues [+]

Bachelor in Econometrics and Operations Research

 

Making companies run smoothly. Increasing profit sustainably. Predicting financial trends. Understanding how people’s behaviour affects the market. Dealing with wider economic issues – and crises. In today’s global economy, the harsh reality is that companies that don’t excel in these matters simply won’t make it to the top. How can you take advantage of this? Get yourself a solid foundation in Economics and Operations Research, a booming field with huge prospects for graduates.  You’ll like this, if you like...The idea of combining economics and computer science with management and statistical techniques to make businesses run just right. What you’ll actually do:... [-]


Bachelor in Land Transport Processes and Technology

Volgograd State Technical University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Russia Volgograd

Land transport processes and technology (23.00.00). As a part of this programme students graduate to work in the following fields: [+]

Bachelors in Logistics in Europe 2017. VSTU is the leading regional University, which ranks among the best institutions in the amount of qualified specialists of Volgograd region, the South of Russia and some foreign countries. University obtains a well-developed infrastructure, ensures high professional level and influences forming of social qualities of students for their successful integration in the international economy. According to the strategy of University there was founded a research and education industrial complex (cluster) focused on training of well-qualified specialists for high-tech sectors of economy. Transformations in the sphere of higher education of the Russian Federation were affected and realized in VSTU as a multilevel system of educational programs, modern forms of academic activity organization, quality control, adequate material and technical support. Favorable social environment has been created in a large team of employees and students. Most of them share cultural and ethical values, keep and develop tradition of polytechnic school. VSTU is committed to the principles of the Bologna Declaration. Land transport processes and technology (23.00.00). As a part of this programme students graduate to work in the following fields: Traffic management and safety; Transport logistics; Vehicles and vehicle fleet; Car service; Entrance examinations In order to enter Bachelor’s Program, it is obligatory to provide: a document of previous education (original), nostrificated and legalized. Then an applicant undergoes the entrance examinations in the following subjects: Russian language; Mathematics; Physics/Chemistry/History/Social studies (depending on the chosen field of studies). Admission is held in accordance with the entrance examinations results. [-]

Bachelor in Transport Business Management

Vilnius Business College
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Lithuania Vilnius

Programme objective: to train transport business professionals who know no less than 2 foreign languages and are able to successfully apply theoretical knowledge and practical skills in a global transport and logistics services market. [+]

Bachelor in Transport Business Management Programme: Transport Business Management Degree awarded: Professional Bachelor's degree in Transport and Logistics Field of study: Social Sciences Duration: Full-time: 3 years Credits (ECTS) 180 Course language: Russian Programme objective: to train transport business professionals who know no less than 2 foreign languages and are able to successfully apply theoretical knowledge and practical skills in a global transport and logistics services market. Prospects for the internship/placement: transport business is one of the most successfully functioning industry branches, creating a huge impact on Lithuania‘s economic growth, therefore transport professionals who know a couple of foreign languages really well easily find both internship and work placements in this sector. Transport and logistics service market is global; therefore job prospects exist both in Lithuanian and foreign counties. Transport sector is a world with huge opportunities and now it is the perfect time to become a professional in this field. What you will be taught: business organization, sales management, information technologies in transportation, logistics, transportation law, passenger and cargo transportation technologies, customs and forwarding services, warehousing and stevedoring logistics, strengthened English and (Russian/German/Spanish et al.) languages teaching. What you will become: as a graduate of Transport Business study programme, You will: integrate into already existing Lithuanian and international organization collectives that provide logistics services; establish your own transport company; work in cargo and passenger transportation organizing companies; work in different governmental institutions and business organizations in which professional logistics specialists are required. Application deadline: August 15, 2016 Start date: October 3, 2016 [-]

International Bachelor Econometrics and Operations Research

Erasmus School of Economics - Erasmus University Rotterdam
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Netherlands Rotterdam

Do you have a profound interest in the origins and evolvement of economic issues? Are you interested in applying mathematical and statistical techniques to help answer economic questions? Would you like to be able to develop and use your own models to define and explain reality systematically? Are you self-motivated and eager to study with international students? If so, International Bachelor Econometrics and Operations Research with mathematics, statistics and economics at its core is the programme for you. [+]

Bachelors in Logistics in Europe 2017. International Bachelor Econometrics and Operations Research Take solving puzzles to the next level A systematic approach to explain, predict and solve real-life economic and social issues Do you have a profound interest in the origins and evolvement of economic issues? Are you interested in applying mathematical and statistical techniques to help answer economic questions? Would you like to be able to develop and use your own models to define and explain reality systematically? Are you self-motivated and eager to study with international students? If so, International Bachelor Econometrics and Operations Research with mathematics, statistics and economics at its core is the programme for you. It enables you to take on complex issues like: How will the price of energy and commodities evolve over the coming years? How can queue times in hospitals be reduced? How is advertising in online media best combined with offline media? How can public transport planning be improved? Rotterdam, cradle of modern econometrics Rotterdam breathes industry, logistics, culture, architecture, finance. It’s also the place where modern econometrics saw the light with the acclaimed Econometric Institute, founded in 1956. With this solid foundation, the world within reach and every opportunity to kick-off a great career, where else would you want to study but Erasmus School of Economics? Rotterdam Econometrics graduates hold the key Depending on your specialisation, you will be gladly welcomed by international companies and institutions alike: investment banks insurance companies asset management companies (marketing research) consultancy firms multinationals like Unilever or Procter & Gamble airlines and transport authorities oil companies government agencies international organisations like the OECD or IMF Who International Bachelor Econometrics and Operations Research students come in all shapes and sizes. They do, however, have a couple of things in common: they are focused, persistent, have a knack for mathematics and are systematic in their approach. They also thrive in an international environment and can’t get enough of dealing with complex issues. Curriculum Year one: a diverse kick-off in every way The International Bachelor Econometrics and Operations Research programme focuses on the application of mathematical and statistical techniques to answer economic questions. Each academic year is divided into five eight-week blocks with two or three courses per block. Your first year courses include Mathematics, Statistics, Microeconomics and Macroeconomics. You will also receive training in computer programming to learn to build and implement mathematical models. Your first experience with operational research will consist of analysing and solving optimization problems by applying these mathematical models. The small scale teaching approach at Erasmus School of Economics, with tutorial groups smaller than 35 students, allows for the necessary individual attention and intensive guidance. During many of the practical assignments, you will work in groups of around four students. Years two and three: a topical and practice-oriented approach During your second year of Econometrics and Operations Research you will focus on more advanced courses in different area like Mathematics, Statistics, Econometrics and Business Economics. You will divide your time equally between theory and practise; in small groups for lectures and assignments. The third year offers you many choices. First you get to take a minor (elective courses within or outside the field of Economics, like Law or Psychology) or you can choose to study abroad at a partner university. In the second half of the year, you will choose to specialize in one of the following four majors and emerge as a focused graduate: Econometrics Quantitative Logistics Quantitative Finance Quantitative Marketing Your major involves two specialisation courses and a seminar. You will complete your programme with a bachelor thesis. Testimonials Cynthia Yang I remember when we just started learning mathematics in high school. I was one of many who questioned the teacher about the purpose of those abstract figures and symbols. Years later, I became aware of the numerous ways of applying math to economics. After visiting several universities I decided to study Econometrics at Erasmus School of Economics (ESE), and I am really glad I did! Econometrics is a quite challenging, yet rewarding programme. If you find yourself enjoying mathematics and being interested in economics, this might be the perfect study for you! Furthermore, ESE offers an international program with a thus multicultural classroom. You will meet peers from all over the world and this creates the possibility to get to know different cultures while studying together. Besides studying, you can engage in many different activities. As Rotterdam is a vibrant city, it offers various ways to create an amazing student life. Besides FAECTOR, the study association for Econometrics students in Rotterdam, there are tons of student associations you can join, ranging from sports to stocks. You will meet people from different environments, perhaps with common interests, and before you know it you will feel at home! Krishna Vyas I have been very passionate about mathematics for as long as I remember. It was at the end of my time at high school that I realized that I mostly enjoyed its application in fields such as physics and econometrics. After careful consideration, I chose to study Econometrics and Operations Research due to the diverse nature of the study program, which allows students to pursue careers in countless disciplines involving mathematics. I have no regrets whatsoever. Throughout my studies, I realized that my greatest interest lays within statistics and probability theory, which reveal surprisingly counter-intuitive results such as the solution of the famous Monty Hall problem. During the first year, I was mostly focused on getting used to university life. I soon noticed, however, that Erasmus University provided numerous ways to develop and challenge myself besides regular studies. It was in my second year that I decided to make use of these opportunities by becoming a Teaching Assistant and joining the Education Committee. I also opted to pursue the Erasmus Honours Programme in order to experience various other disciplines. I would recommend every student to develop themselves besides their study programme by making full use of all opportunities Erasmus School of Economics offers. Your time at university is not merely about studying, it is about challenging yourself in ways you have never done before. Remember: a smooth sea never made a skilled sailor. [-]

Professional Bachelor in Logistics Management

Klaipeda State University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Lithuania Klaipeda

The objective of this study programme is to prepare a modern highly-qualified specialist who is able to set up his own business, research business environment, company’s resources and opportunities; to foster the independently thinking logistics specialist, who is able to understand management system and techniques; who is capable of managing the flows of information and goods, the activities of purchasing, selling, transportation, and... [+]

Professional Bachelor in Logistics Management Programme: Logistics Management Degree awarded: Bachelor's studies (college) Field of study: Social Sciences Qualification: Business Professional Bachelor, Manager Credits (ECTS): 180 Objective(s) of the study programme To prepare a modern highly-qualified specialist who is able to set up his own business, research business environment, company’s resources and opportunities; to foster the independently thinking logistics specialist, who is able to understand management system and techniques; who is capable of managing the flows of information and goods, the activities of purchasing, selling, transportation, and warehousing; and who is able to organize work while working with staff and motivate them properly. Learning outcomes The programme graduate will be able to: 1. Describe the patterns of economic science, trends in managerial activities, management functions, legal acts, regulating company’s activities and establishment. 2. Define the procedures of company establishment. 3. Apply the functions of a company’s logistical activities and the key features of logistic systems and elements. 4. Describe internal logistics, external logistics and the peculiarities of logistic cooperation. 5. Analyze the impact of Micro- and Macroeconomics laws on business environment; identify its prospects and opportunities. 6. Analyze the employment of material and human resources, financial condition of the company and the results of economic and financial performance. 7. Apply work principles of the latest information systems. 8. Use logistics information systems for managing inventory, orders, transportation and warehouse work. 9. Systemize customer orders, analyze order fulfillment possibilities, service costs, and economic indicators. 10. Select supply and distribution systems, loading systems based on logistics product characteristics, handling equipment and vehicles. 11. Identify the need of material, human and financial resources, and the optimal order cycle-time. 12. Prepare a plan for technological processes of transportation. 13. Organize the company‘s activities by activity type, environmental conditions, labour, civil and environmental safety laws. 14. Apply delegation, coordination, and other order fulfillment techniques. 15. Use control measures to assure logistical activities. 16. Manage internal and external information flows. 17. Apply methodological principles for work-oriented conversations, negotiations, and conflict management. 18. Apply incentives to raise the motivation of employees. 19. Tailor independent and team decision-making methods. 20. Make decisions based on economic calculations. Activities of teaching and learning Lectures, seminars, exercises, discussions, group work, literature analysis, project preparation, individual tasks, etc. Admission Documents necessary for international student admission procedures shall be submitted to the International Relations Department (hereinafter – the “TRS”). Foreign nationals applying for full-time studies at the KVK shall submit the following documents to the TRS by post: 1. a completed and signed application form; 2. copies of documents certifying the completion of secondary education (these documents shall be submitted with certified translation into the English language); 3. a certified copy of a passport; 4. a photo in the size of 3 cm x 4 cm; 5. a curriculum vitae and a letter of motivation; 6. a receipt supporting the payment of a non-refundable application fee; 7. a document certifying the level of proficiency in English (TOEFL, IELTS, etc.). If the applicant does not have such document, the level of proficiency in English will be established remotely by a KVK employee; 8. an academic recognition document issued by the Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education (hereinafter – the “SKVC”); 9. a valid health insurance certificate. International students' admission shall be organised by the Admission Committee of KVK. After receiving all the documents listed, the TRS shall mail the applicant an Unconditional Offer Letter and the Study Agreement for signing. If the TRS receives incomplete documents, the TRS shall mail the applicant a Conditional Offer Letter, indicating conditions for further admission procedures. The applicant shall sign the documents and return one copy to the KVK. The applicant shall pay the tuition fee approved by the Council of KVK for studies at the KVK. The payment procedure shall be defined by the Study Agreement between the Student and the KVK. After the applicant pays the tuition fee for one year and procedural fees and sends copies of the respective money orders to the TRS, the applicant shall be admitted to the KVK and the admission shall be executed by the order of the Director. After receiving a document supporting the payment of the tuition fee and procedural fees, the TRS shall mail the student mediation documents required for visa (if required): a request for confirmation of the invitation, a copy of a passport, address of the place of residence, a document supporting the payment of the state fee for invitation. After receiving the visa (if required), the student shall come to the KVK one week before the Adaptation Week organised by the TRS and the responsible department. [-]

Bachelor in Global Logistics

University of Business and Administration
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Poland Gdynia

Global Logistics specialization is run in English. It prepares students for launching a professional job on operative and managerial appointments in productive, sales and service companies which [+]

Bachelor in Global LogisticsGlobal Logistics specialization is run in English. It prepares students for launching a professional job on operative and managerial appointments in productive, sales and service companies which execute processes of provision, production and distribution of flow of row materials (resources) and finished products. Graduates of these specialty are wanted by big international companies operating in wide variety of branches. Graduates usually find job in the management of multinational state-of-the-art corporations, in logistics and marketing departments. They have also the opportunity to getting job in national and international administrations where they are responsible for creation and improvement of logistics infrastructure.... [-]


Management - Profile "Logistics And Supply Chain Management"

Moscow Automobile And Road Construction Institute
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Russia Moscow

The main objective of logistics - finding the best options for the organization of decision-making, planning and management of material flows, information and finance. [+]

The main objective of logistics - finding the best options for the organization of decision-making, planning and management of material flows, information and finance. Classes are conducted with students profile in modern equipped classrooms, as well as on the basis of scientific and educational center of innovative technologies in logistics (REC-T). Since 2011 MADI conjunction with the University of Otto von Guericke, city Magdeburg, implementing joint educational program of bachelor's and master's degrees in the field of logistics. Students of this profile have the opportunity to obtain two diplomas. Practice & Employment Graduate Department "Logistics" has contacts with Russian and international companies, "Wimm-Bill-Dann», «STS Logistics», «FM Logistics», «DHL», «Major Cargo Service» et al., Which provides a high level of organization practices students and future employment after graduation. Specialists working and freight forwarding companies and firms engaged in transportation, cargo handling, warehousing, packaging, insurance, service, controlling and auditing, purchasing and distribution, information support. Graduates can occupy the following positions: logistician; logistician analyst; Logistics Manager; coordinator of logistics processes; customs clearance specialist (goods and vehicles); Purchasing Manager of logistics services (Logistics-Buyer). [-]

Bachelor in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Neuss University for International Business
Campus Full time October 2017 Germany Neuss

Logistics plays a key role in the implementation of processes responsible for the company’s operative performance. Because only an intelligent control system that manages the company’s [+]

Bachelor in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Logistics plays a key role in the implementation of processes responsible for the company’s operative performance. Because only an intelligent control system that manages the company’s interconnecting flow of products and information can give rise to innovations in profit-oriented processes and products. In the Bachelor of Science course of study Logistics and Supply Chain Management you will work on integral approaches for logistical solutions – and their successful implementation. You will be introduced to the current and relevant subareas of logistics. The main focus of research at Neuss School of Logistics includes Contract Logistics and Forwarding, International Transport as well as Intra-logistics. Your personal professional field in logistics will be reinforced by choosing main emphasis courses Third (Fourth) Party Logistics (logistical services) or Logistics Engineering (internal logistics).... [-]


Bachelor - Management (Logistics, Foreign Trade Management)

KROK University
Online September 2017 Ukraine Kiev

Study on the remote form is self mastery required 'obligatory (lectures) and secondary (tasks for independent work) theoretical material [+]

/ Li> personal control of material - often this testing without limitations on the number of attempts and no grading deposit or set-off test (can pass along to students of correspondence courses at the University of verbally remotely or at home or at the local center. [-]

Bachelor in Logistics

International University
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 Belarus Minsk

The Faculty of International Economic Relations and Management is very popular among school graduates from Belarus and from countries nearby. [+]

Bachelors in Logistics in Europe 2017. Bachelor in Logistics The Faculty of International Economic Relations and Management was created in 2006. Currently, there are 759 full-time course students and 2,400 correspondence course students at the faculty. The faculty has three departments: Department of Logistics Department of Economics and Management Department of International Economics and Finance The Faculty of International Economic Relations and Management is very popular among school graduates from Belarus and from countries nearby. Its well-balanced and thoroughly designed teaching process, curriculum and courses delivered by highly-qualified academic staff add to the positive image of the University.Major Logistics Specialization Logistics Qualification Logistician / Economist The academic staff of the faculty includes 56 teachers and experts in international economics and management who are at the cutting edge of academic research applying up-to-date methods, advanced techniques and the best practices of teaching. Foreign specialists take part in the teaching process as well. The students’ research activity is supported by numerous scientific societies and study groups that unite students according to their professional interests: information technologies and law; monetary and credit policy of the Republic of Belarus; creativity in management; budgetary financing as one of the most important anti-crisis policies of the government, etc. Students clubs and interest groups are also united by creative activities: literature club, comedy club, volunteer group, dance group, faculty’s newspaper group, etc. Faculty graduates who obtain comprehensive knowledge and competence in their professional areas are highly competitive in the labour market and are in great demand both in the Republic of Belarus and abroad. The faculty’s graduates are employed in major national companies, government agencies, ministries, trade union organizations and financial institutions. They deliver lectures at the institutions of higher education; they are at the head of large private corporations, enterprises and organizations; they are leading marketing specialists, managers, economists and accountants. [-]