Transport and logistics

Posted by on Thursday, August 17th, 2017


Professional training program Transportation, communications, logistics is focused on transport and logistics, particularly the effective use of various business processes.


At the beginning of the program, listeners are familiar with specific information on transportation, transport economy and transport services. They will also gain knowledge about the specifics of the different modes of transport. Furthermore, students will have to devote practically use this knowledge for effective implementation of logistics in various business activities. They become familiar with the logistics of the whole process of buying, production, storage and distribution, through to packaging and transportation of cargo. The program also includes modules on the field of controlling logistics and modern logistics technologies. The program is suitable for managers and executives who utilize logistics for meeting the primary objectives of the company, or working in the service sector. The program is usable in infinite range of disciplines and application. Listeners must essentially practice in real work during their studies.

Technical informations

  • DegreeMaster of Business Administration
  • Length of study2 years
  • Tuition fee$15,000

The fee includes admission of listener, manage his study profile, payments for monitoring and evaluating the results of his study, pay teachers for individual consultations, discharge, dissertation and graduation.
Logistics Managers who are practiced in their profession and carry more than 10 years of experience make up slightly more than half of Logistics Managers. Pay fluctuates from $39K to $98K per year, but expected earnings average $63K per year. In the world of Logistics Managers, total cash compensation can vary between $39K and $98K. Each package generally includes bonuses and profit sharing proceeds, and in exceptional cases, those amounts can reach heights of $12K and $10K, respectively. Earnings for this group are mostly affected by the specific employer, followed by tenure and geographic location. Making up 74 percent of those who took the survey, male Logistics Managers greatly outnumber their female counterparts*.

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