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...
Bachelors in Logistics in Klaipeda in Lithuania. 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.
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.
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.