Logistics Studies
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Logistics Studies

Studying logistics opens the door to a world of efficiency and versatility in the movement of goods and information. Students immerse themselves in the planning, organization and optimization of supply chains, learn how transport, storage and distribution function smoothly and become experts in overcoming global challenges in the logistics industry. By studying logistics, they lay the foundation for a career in a dynamic field that has a significant impact on the modern economy.

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What do you need to study Logistics?

Before deciding on such a course of study, it is important to know the requirements and characteristics that are important for a successful course of study and a later career in the logistics industry. The key aspects are highlighted below to give prospective students an overview of what they should bring to a logistics degree course.

Characteristics

  • Organizational skills: logistics involves complex processes, so it's important to be well organized to keep track of everything.
  • Communication skills: Logistics managers need to communicate effectively with various partners, so good communication skills are crucial.
  • Problem-solving skills: The ability to recognize challenges and find effective solutions is essential in logistics.
  • Teamwork: Logistics processes often require collaboration, so the ability to work effectively in a team is important.
  • Interest in current trends: The logistics industry is constantly evolving. An interest in the latest technologies and developments is therefore advantageous.

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If you are wondering how you can start Logistics Studies without a high school diploma, you can find information about that on the following page: Studying without a high school diploma

 

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The following scheme shows that International Procurement, Production and Logistics (Supply Chain Management) is the No. 1 focus with high versatility of the MBS Bachelor International Business program.

Logistics Studies in Germany

In Germany, there are many degree programs in logistics at various academic levels. Here are some examples:

  1. Bachelor's degree programs:
    • Business Studies (Business Studies) with a focus on logistics
    • Logistics Management
    • Industrial engineering with a focus on logistics
    • International Logistics Management
    • Supply Chain Management
  2. Master's degree programs:
    • Master in Logistics Management
    • Master in Supply Chain Management
    • Master in Business Studies or Industrial Engineering with a focus on logistics
    • Master in Corporate Logistics
    • Master in International Logistics
  3. Dual study program:
    • Dual study programs that combine practical phases in companies with theoretical instruction are also an option. These can focus on logistics or related fields.
  4. Distance learning:
    • There are also distance learning programs for logistics that allow working professionals to deepen their knowledge in this field without giving up their job.
  5. Logistics as part of other degree programs:
    • Logistics can also be offered as part of degree programs such as industrial management, technology management or business informatics.
  6. Part-time further education:
    • In addition to traditional degree programs, various universities and continuing education institutions also offer part-time continuing education and certificate courses in logistics.

It is important to check the exact focus and content of the individual degree programs to ensure that they match your own interests and career goals. The reputation of the university and the possibility of internships during your studies can also be important factors when choosing a course.

Logistics Studies at MBS

At Munich Business School, you can study International Business in the Bachelor's program with a focus on logistics. This gives you the perfect mix of Business Studies knowledge and logistics experience to shape your future according to your own ideas. These are the most important facts about studying at MBS:

Study Duration:

6 Semesters + Bachelor Thesis

Degree:

Bachelor of Arts, 210 ECTS

Start of Studies:

Annually in February and September

Study Title:

Bachelor International Business

Study Language:

German/English

Tuition Fees:

995 EUR per month

Form of Study:

In presence at the campus in Munich

Highlights:

Excursions, Soft Skill Courses & Selectable Specializations

Focal Points:

6 Focal Points including International Procurement, Production and Logistics (Supply Chain Management)

What you will learn in
Logistics Studies

Fundamentals of Business Studies Introduction to business management concepts, management principles and economic fundamentals.
Economics (VWL) Basic principles of economics and their application to the logistics sector.
Mathematics and Statistics Application of mathematical and statistical methods to analyze data and solve logistics problems.
Accounting Bookkeeping, cost accounting and Financial Management in the context of logistics.
Information Management Use of information technologies and data management in logistics, including the use of logistics software.
Fundamentals of Logistics Introduction to the various aspects of logistics, such as warehousing, transportation, procurement, production logistics and supply chain management.
Transport Management Planning, organization and optimization of transport processes, including mode of transport selection and route planning.
Warehousing and Materials Management Warehouse management, inventory management, material flow and optimization of warehouse processes.
Procurement Management Strategies for the procurement of goods and services, supplier management and purchasing processes.
Production Logistics Planning and control of logistics processes within the production chain to ensure efficient production.
Supply Chain Management (SCM) Holistic view of the supply chain, coordination of activities and cooperation with suppliers and customers.
Sustainability in Logistics Consideration of environmental aspects and sustainable practices in logistics.
Project Management Fundamentals of project management, especially in the context of logistics projects.
Practical Phases and Internships Many logistics degree programs include practical phases in which students can apply their theoretical knowledge in practice.
Soft Skills Development of key skills such as communication, teamwork, problem solving and decision making.

At the end of the logistics degree, alumni should be able to analyze logistics challenges, develop solutions, optimize logistics processes and work effectively in teams. The degree qualifies students for a wide range of positions in logistics and supply chain management.

Studying Logistics or Business Studies with a focus on Logistics?

Business Studies with a focus on logistics offers a broad and versatile apprenticeship that prepares graduates for a wide range of professional challenges. In comparison, a logistics degree focuses exclusively on the specific aspects of the supply chain and transportation. Here are some reasons why it may be beneficial to study Business Studies with a focus on logistics:

  1. Broader career spectrum: A Business Studies degree allows students to not only gain logistics-specific knowledge, but also to understand a broader range of business principles. This opens up more career opportunities in different areas of business, including marketing, finance, human resources and more.
  2. Holistic understanding of business processes: Business Studies with a focus on logistics not only provides knowledge of transportation and warehousing, but also of overall business processes. This comprehensive understanding is particularly valuable in management positions, as decision-makers can better assess the impact of logistics decisions on the entire company.
  3. Flexibility on the job market: With a Business Studies degree, graduates have various career paths open to them. If your personal career path changes over time, the broad apprenticeship in Business Studies offers more flexibility in adapting to different professional requirements.
  4. Interdisciplinary skills: Business Studies degree programs promote interdisciplinary skills such as communication, teamwork and problem solving. These skills are crucial not only for the logistics sector, but for many areas of business.
  5. Demand for management skills: Logistics companies and companies with complex supply chains are often looking for professionals who not only have specific logistics expertise, but also management and leadership skills. A Business Studies degree with a focus on logistics can fulfill these requirements.

It is important to note that the choice between a pure logistics degree program and Business Studies with a focus on logistics depends on personal career goals and preferences. Both approaches offer unique advantages and the decision should be based on individual career goals and interests.

Business Studies at MBS

Munich Business School not only offers you a Business Studies degree, but also focuses on international business so that you can pursue your chosen profession anywhere in the world after graduation. The Bachelor International Business at MBS offers many highlights such as semesters abroad, internships, business projects, the Master Top-up program, plenty of opportunities for networking and much more. At Munich Business School, you can expect small study groups, dedicated teachers and award-winning programs. But more importantly, your name counts with us. Here, you are not an anonymous member, but the driving force that motivates us every morning. As a small, private university, we take time for your concerns and offer you a tailor-made study experience. Our lecturers have extensive practical experience and teach you skills that really count. In addition to sound business knowledge, we also promote values and skills that will give you an understanding of sustainability and social responsibility as a future logistics specialist and prepare you optimally for a wide range of professions.

Benefits of the Munich Business School

MBS offers students a number of advantages that are possible thanks to the structure of a private university of applied sciences. You will benefit from this during your studies at MBS:

Learn from Experts

Professors with Experience in Business & Specialists as Guest Lecturers

Individual Support

Small Class Sizes & Support through e.g. Soft Skills Courses

Double Education

Finance and Management

Becoming a Generalist & Specialist at the same time

Broad Business Studies & specialized Knowledge through focal points

International Future Prospects

30 weeks of Internships in Companies & many Networking Opportunities

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Procedure and Completion of a Degree in Logistics

A logistics degree is an academic apprenticeship that focuses on the planning, control and optimization of logistics processes in companies. Logistics involves the efficient organization and implementation of the flow of goods and information within and between companies. The aim of a logistics degree is to prepare students for specialist and management tasks in this field.

Thesis:

  • In most logistics degree programs, students are required to write a Bachelor's or Master's thesis in which they explore a specific topic within logistics in depth and demonstrate their research skills.

Graduation

Degrees in logistics vary depending on the academic level. Typical degrees are:

  • Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Business Studies with a focus on Logistics: This is a typical degree if you want to become a generalist.
  • Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) or Arts (B.A.) in Logistics Management: This is the typical degree after a Bachelor's degree.
  • Master of Science (M.Sc.) or Arts (M.A.) in Logistics Management: This is the degree after an advanced Master's program, which often builds on a Bachelor's degree in logistics or a related field.
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA) with a focus on Logistics/Supply Chain Management: An MBA with a focus on logistics is often tailored to executives seeking a broader management perspective.

The Bachelor International Business with a focus on Logistics at MBS

The International Business Bachelor program at MBS is not only much more than just learning specialist knowledge, but also a forward-looking program. If you want to look at international business in a holistic context, then you've come to the right place. During your Bachelor of Arts in International Business, our lecturers will support you in becoming a responsible business person who not only has professional expertise, but also essential soft skills, a broad cultural understanding and a strong personality.

Our Bachelor in International Business is characterized by its compact structure. It comprises six to seven semesters and concludes with a Bachelor's thesis. During your studies, you will complete at least three internships both in Germany and abroad and spend one or two semesters abroad to put your theoretical knowledge into practice and expand your international network.

You can study this program either entirely in English in the English Track (100% English) or bilingually in the Bilingual Track (70% German/30% English) to prepare you for global challenges.

We firmly believe that success will only come to those who see international business and management in a holistic context, taking into account social developments, political, historical and global contexts.

International Focus

The studies at MBS focus on the international market. A large part of the course content is taught in English and MBS students come from all over the world.

Semester Abroad

Internationality is also expressed through the semester abroad. Students spend the last semester at one of our more than 60 partner universities around the world.

Business Project

Students work on a business project for a real company. In doing so, they apply the theoretical knowledge gained during their studies in practical applications.

Overview of all elective Specializations in the Bachelor International Business

The following diagram shows all the specializations you can take in the Bachelor's International Business program at Munich Business School, including Logistics.

The Focus: International Procurement, Production and Logistics (Supply Chain Management)

The specialization "International Procurement, Production and Logistics" focuses on the optimal design of supply chains, from suppliers to end customers. This includes the consideration of international supply chain strategies and developments in Industry 4.0 due to globalization and advancing digitalization. The specialization imparts knowledge about how flows of goods and services can be designed in such a way that they reach the end customer at the right time, with appropriate costs, in the right quantity and with defined quality and meet their expectations.

Choosing the "International Procurement, Production and Logistics" specialization opens up a wide range of career prospects in various industries, from business consultants to the automotive or consumer goods industries. Examples of possible career fields are

  • Taking on management responsibility in the logistics department of an international company.
  • Working as a responsible manager in purchasing.
  • Management tasks in the area of supply chain management.
  • Responsible work in the quality management department of a company in the automotive or consumer goods industry.

If you have any further questions or need more information, you are welcome to contact our student advisory service.

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Application

In order to qualify for admission to the business administration and bachelor studies at Munich Business School, you must first meet certain requirements regarding previous schooling and language skills. MBS offers several application rounds and recommends that you submit your application early as the number of places is limited.

Admission Requirements

Academic and vocational education

There are three admission pathways to the Bachelor’s program at Munich Business School:

  1. A school-leaving qualification that allows you to access university-level study in Bavaria, e.g. Abitur, Fachhochschulreife, Matura, IB Diploma or certain other international school-leaving qualifications.
    Did you know? You can apply early by submitting your three most recent school report cards. If your application is successful, you simply need to provide your school-leaving certificate before the start of your course. This means you don’t have to wait to receive your school-leaving certificate before applying.
  2. Completing a vocational training program in Germany and
    a) passing a mastership examination (Meisterprüfung) or equivalent vocational training examination OR
    b) completing a course of study at a technical college (Fachschule) or technical academy (Fachakademie).
    If you fulfill either of these criteria, you meet the general admission criteria for university-level study – subject to a consultation meeting at your chosen institution before the start of your studies.
  3. Successfully completing at least a two-year (commercial) vocational training program in Germany before working full-time in that field for at least three years. You can demonstrate your suitability for your chosen studies by passing the regular examinations for the first two semesters. You will then be granted special admission to the university for your chosen subject.

Munich Business School also offers a Pre-Bachelor program in International Business as the ideal preparation for bachelor’s-level study.

Language Requirements Bilingual Track (70% German/30% English)

English Proficiency

Applicants for the Bilingual Track must proof their English language skills by passing one of the following language tests:

  • TOEFL 85/IBT (MBS TOEFL Institution Code: 5772)
  • IELTS 6.5-Academic Module
  • Duolingo Overall Score 115
  • Cambridge B2 First min. Grade B
  • Pearson PTE Academic Overall Score 56
  • ELS English for Academic Purposes: Advanced Level 112

Note: If the test is also used to apply for a visa, please check the requirements of the respective embassy in advance.

Test results can only be accepted if achieved within the last two years. If you are unable to obtain your test results before handing in your MBS application, please advise us of your planned test date.

The English proficiency test can be waived by applicants having completed their schooling in English (i.e. US High School Diploma, IB Diploma).

Language Requirements English Track (100% English)

English Proficiency

If you apply for the English Track, you must proof your English language skills by passing one of the following language tests:

  • TOEFL 85/IBT (MBS TOEFL Institution Code: 5772)
  • IELTS 6.5-Academic Module
  • Duolingo Overall Score 115
  • Cambridge B2 First min. Grade B
  • Pearson PTE Academic Overall Score 56
  • ELS English for Academic Purposes: Advanced Level 112

Note: If the test is also used to apply for a visa, please check the requirements of the respective embassy in advance.

Test results can only be accepted if achieved within the last two years. If you are unable to obtain your test results before handing in your MBS application, please advise us of your planned test date.

The English proficiency test can be waived by applicants having completed their schooling in English (i.e. US High School Diploma, IB Diploma).

Transfer to MBS

You would like to change university and continue your studies at Munich Business School? We offer Bachelor students the possibility of a transfer to the 2nd or 3rd semester. Previous knowledge in the fields of business administration and management, business law, accounting, mathematics and economics is required. Equivalent study and examination achievements, which have been acquired in an economics program in the basic studies, are counted towards the first two semesters of the bachelor's program at MBS up to a total of 60 ECTS.

Pre-Check of your academic achievements

For a non-binding pre-check of your academic achievements, please submit your curriculum vitae, an official grade confirmation as well as the official module descriptions of the courses you have already completed (with details on ECTS number per course, learning content, number of hours, type of final achievement and learning outcomes). The administrative fee for the Pre-Check is 60 euros. In case of a subsequent application to MBS, the application fee is waived.

Admission requirements

  • Complete application
  • Above-average study and examination results with at least a grade of 2.5
  • Proof of 30 ECTS (lateral entry into the 2nd semester) or 60 ECTS (lateral entry into the 3rd semester)
  • Recognition of achievements from previous business studies at a state-recognized university in Germany or abroad
  • Proof of English language proficiency with TOEFL, IELTS or 100% English Schooling
  • Proof of advanced knowledge in a 2nd foreign language depending on the choice of International Focus (Spanish, French, Arabic, Chinese, Russian, German as a foreign language)
  • Proof of internships (only for lateral entry into the 3rd semester)
  • Document of good academic standing from Examination Office of previous university
  • Successful participation in the interview

Application deadlines for transfer students

  • November 30 for entry into the spring term (February)
  • June 30 for entry into the fall term (September)

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact our student advisory service.

Application Process

Written Application

Application Documents

  • Authenticated copy of school leaving certificate, alternatively last 3 school reports
  • Letter of Motivation
  • Resume and photo
  • Proof of English language skills B2 (TOEFL, IELTS, Duolingo, Cambridge, ELS 112) by the start of studies at the latest
  • When applying for a scholarship: personal statement (1 page)

Online Application

To apply online, click here.

Application Fee

Please transfer the application fee of 60 Euro to: 

Munich Business School GmbH
Account 1020132229
Deutsche Kreditbank (Bank Code 120 300 00)
BIC: BYLADEM1001
IBAN: DE23120300001020132229

or via PayPal: paypal@munich-business-school.de

Application Rounds

Upon receipt of the application fee, the Admission Office checks your documents and invites you to a personal interview. You will receive your feedback within three days. Since the number of study places is limited, we recommend an early application. Your application is possible up to one year in advance. You will then submit your school leaving certificate and proof of English language skills by the start of your studies at the latest.

Scholarships

MBS offers partial scholarships to committed prospective students. In order to apply for one of the limited scholarships, please submit a personal statement with your application for a study place. In this statement you convincingly justify your interest in the scholarship program. You can find further information at Scholarships and Financing.

Application Rounds and Personal Interview

MBS offers application rounds on a monthly basis. You pick one round for your application.

The next application deadlines for a program start in 2024:

Round December: Application deadline December 15 with personal interviews in December/January

Round January: Application deadline January 15 with personal interviews in January/February.

Round February: Application deadline February 15 with personal interviews in February/March.

Round March: Application deadline March 15 with personal interviews in March/April.

Round April: Application deadline April 15 with personal interviews in April/May.

The personal interview (approx. 45 minutes) consists of three parts:

  • Your study motivation
  • Short presentation and discussion
  • Your personal questions

Your Study Contract

You will receive the results of the interview within one week. If you are accepted, the Admission Office will send you your personal study contract. The place of study is then reserved for three weeks. To secure your place of study, you return your signed contract to MBS by e-mail or mail and make a deposit.

Upon acceptance of the study place, you will be required to pay an enrollment fee of 690 Euro (for international students: 1,490 Euro) and a deposit of 1,990 Euro. The latter is offset against the payment installment of your semester fee.

Your Student Visa

If you are a Non-EU national, you are required to apply for a student visa in order to start your studies in Germany. To obtain a visa invitation letter from Munich Business School, please take the following steps:

1. Hand in your signed study contract and a copy of your passport details page.

2. Transfer the one-time enrollment fee and the deposit of 1,990 Euro. The deposit will be deducted from the first semester tuition installment.

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Scholarship

Munich Business School offers attractive scholarships. These are 10 - 50% for the 1st and 2nd Bachelor semester. The application for one of the scholarships is made together with the application for a study place. Further information can be found under "Scholarships and financing".

The program is also aimed at pre-bachelor students.

Field Report of a Bachelor International Business Alumni

The MBS Experience ★★★★★

"The classes are relatively small, allowing you to be more interactive with the content and ask your professors questions. This is something I personally valued heavily as it helps you progress through the lectures well. Most of the professors have jobs in their respective fields which makes their teaching more interesting in my opinion as they often link the work with how it is applied in the real world."

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Logistics Salary

Salaries in logistics vary widely and depend on several factors, including experience, qualifications, industry, company size, region and specific position. However, here is some general information about salaries in logistics:

  1. Starting salary: For those starting out in logistics, starting salaries can range from €35,000 to €50,000 gross per year, depending on qualifications and position.
  2. Professional experience: Salaries generally rise with increasing professional experience. Logistics experts with several years of experience can achieve salaries in the range of 50,000 to 80,000 euros and more.
  3. Educational qualifications: A higher educational qualification, such as a Master's degree or an MBA, can lead to higher salaries, especially in managerial positions.
  4. Industry differences: Salaries can also vary depending on the industry. For example, salaries in the logistics sector of the automotive industry or the aviation industry can be higher than in other sectors.
  5. Position and responsibility: Salary depends heavily on the position. Executives and managers in logistics can receive significantly higher salaries than employees in operational positions.
  6. Company size: Salary can also depend on the size of the company. Larger companies tend to pay higher salaries than smaller companies.
  7. Regional differences: Regional factors play a role. Salaries may be higher in urban centers or economically strong regions than in rural areas.

It is important to note that these figures are general estimates and individual salaries can vary greatly. It may also be useful to consult recent salary surveys or industry reports for more specific information.

The Munich Business School in Numbers

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Number of Students

60+
International Partner Universities

60+
Founded Startups

57 %
International Students

Career Opportunities after Studying Logistics

Logistics offers a wide range of career opportunities as it covers many different aspects of the supply chain. The sector offers diverse career paths and opportunities for professionals with different skills and interests. Here are some of the most common careers in logistics:

Logistics Manager Responsible for the overall planning, coordination and control of logistics processes in a company. This can include the areas of purchasing, warehousing, transportation and distribution.
Supply Chain Manager/Supply Chain Analyst Responsible for the management and optimization of the entire supply chain, from the procurement of raw materials to the delivery of finished products to customers.
Purchaser/Procurement Manager Responsible for purchasing goods and services, negotiating with suppliers and ensuring a smooth procurement process.
Transport and Logistics Coordinator Supervises the transportation of goods, plans routes, takes care of shipping documents and coordinates logistics activities.
Warehouse and Warehouse Logistics Area Warehouse managers, warehouse supervisors and warehouse employees are responsible for organizing, managing and optimizing warehouse stocks.
Production Logistics Specialist Plans and controls logistics processes within the production chain to ensure a smooth production process.
Logistics Consultant Provides consulting services for companies to improve and optimize their logistics processes.
Customs Declarant/Customs Manager Takes care of the customs aspects of import and export activities and ensures that legal requirements are met.
Logistics Software Specialist Develops, implements and maintains software solutions that are used to optimize logistics processes.
Logistics Sustainability Manager Focuses on integrating sustainable practices into logistics processes and reducing environmental impact.
Logistics Controller Monitors and analyzes logistics costs and performance metrics to improve efficiency.
Logistics Technician/Engineer Develops and implements technological solutions to improve logistics processes, e.g. automated storage and transportation systems.

3 Examples of Careers in Logistics

The following professions not only offer a wide range of tasks, but also make it possible to make a significant contribution to the efficiency, competitiveness and sustainability of companies. The constant development of the logistics industry also offers ongoing opportunities for professional development.

Logistics Manager

Tasks: This occupational group is responsible for the comprehensive planning, organization and control of logistics processes in a company. This includes optimizing stock levels, selecting and coordinating transport service providers, planning supply chains and ensuring the flow of materials.

Why it's interesting: Logistics managers have to find creative solutions to minimize costs, optimize delivery times and ensure the quality of services at the same time. The continuous challenge of dealing with global supply chains and changing market requirements makes the profession dynamic.

Logistics Consultant

Tasks: Logistics consultants offer consulting services for companies to optimize their processes. They analyze existing processes, identify weaknesses and develop proposed solutions. This can include the introduction of new technologies, the restructuring of supply chains or the implementation of sustainable practices.

Why it's interesting: The constant challenge of finding innovative solutions and helping companies to remain competitive makes the profession dynamic. The variety of projects makes it possible to constantly learn and take on new challenges.

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After an MBS Bachelor's or Master's degree, you can also take up all these professions abroad without any problems.

FAQ

What do you do in Logistics Studies?

A logistics degree program provides knowledge in the areas of procurement, production, storage and distribution of goods. Students learn to plan, control and optimize complex logistics systems. Topics such as supply chain management, warehouse logistics, transportation and IT-supported logistics are covered. Practical applications and case studies enable students to understand and overcome realistic challenges in the logistics industry. The program prepares graduates to work in various fields such as logistics management, purchasing, supply chain management or transportation management. For more information, see the table above.

What Professions after Logistics Studies?

After studying logistics, graduates have a wide range of career opportunities. These include positions such as logistics manager, supply chain manager, warehouse manager or transportation manager. They can also work in the areas of procurement, production planning or quality management. With a sound knowledge of logistics, graduates are sought-after professionals in various industries, from the automotive sector to retail and logistics service providers. The logistics sector therefore offers a wide range of career paths that can be shaped according to individual interests and strengths. For more opportunities, see the table above.

What is Logistics Studies?

A logistics degree is an academic program that deals with the planning, control and optimization of the flow of goods and information in companies. It covers topics such as warehouse management, transportation, procurement, production planning and supply chain management. Students acquire in-depth knowledge of the efficient design of logistics processes to ensure that products or services are available at the right time, in the right quantity and quality. The course prepares graduates for a wide range of professional challenges in the logistics industry and other sectors of the economy. You can find the exact process, degree and further details above in the text.

How long do Logistics Studies take?

The duration of a logistics degree course can vary and depends on various factors, such as the chosen study program, the university and the country. In Germany, a Bachelor's Program in Logistics usually lasts six semesters, i.e. three years. A Master's degree can take a further two to four semesters. It is important to consult the specific study program guidelines of the respective university for exact information on the duration of studies.

What do you learn in Logistics Studies?

In a logistics degree course, you acquire knowledge about the planning, organization and control of logistics processes in companies. This includes aspects such as procurement, warehousing, transportation and distribution of goods. Students learn to analyze and optimize logistics systems and develop innovative solutions for the challenges in the supply chain. Topics such as supply chain management, IT-supported logistics and sustainable logistics are also covered in order to prepare graduates for a wide range of professional requirements in the logistics industry. Practice-oriented projects make it possible to apply the knowledge acquired directly. You can find more information about the content further up in the text.

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