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Learning Opportunity: Logistics and Supply Chain Management - Master studies

Logistics and Supply Chain Management - Master studies

Course Information

The Master study programme offers the latest developments in the industry at an advanced international level as it joins expertise of four European universities in different specializations: "Logistics information systems" (Riga Technical University, Latvia), "Transport Logistics" (the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain), "Logistics Systems Engineering and Implementation" (the University of Applied Science Wildau, Germany), and "Logistics Systems Engineering" (Montan Leoben Univertsity, Austria).

The programme is targeting all graduates interested in both enhancing knowledge and developing skills and competencies required by the labour market in the sector of Logistics and Supply Chain Management.

The goal of the programme is to educate professionals able to identify, analyze and solve problems in logistics systems and supply chains related to their design, implementation, operation and management.

Career Opportunities:
Postgraduates have a variety of employment opportunities including Material Planner, Purchasing Planner, Distribution Planner, Transportation Planner, Supply Chain Manager, Logistics Manager, Purchasing Manager, and Supply Chain Strategist.

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Duration Information: 

Full time - 2 years

Access requirements: 

• Bachelor degree in Science, Business or Engineering
• Proficiency in the English language

For detailed entry requirements: go here>>>

Costs: 

3500 EUR (EU) or 3800 EUR (non-EU and CIS) per year (2019/20)

Credits: 

ECTS 120

Provider Information

Provider Name: 
Riga Technical University
Provider Contact Info: 

Kalku street 1, Riga, LV-1050, Latvia
Igors Tipāns
+371 67089766
info@rtuasd.lv
fsd.rtu.lv

Qualifications Awarded

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Qualification Awarded:
Master of Engineering Sciences in Logistics and Supply Chain Management