M.Sc. International Logistics & Supply Chain Management at a Glance
|Standard period of study:
||3 semester plus 1 semester thesis
||Fall semester (September)
||Master of Science
||FIBAA, German Accreditation Council
||60 ECTS points in business or 30 ECTS points in Logistics/Mathematics/Engineering. All requirements.
||One compulsory integrated
||12 weeks compulsory internship, workshops, excursions
||100 % English
|Tuition fees per semester (1.-3. semester):
6,480 Euro in Frankfurt/Main and Hamburg
monthly payment possible
Enrollment fee: 600 Euro
Thesis fee (4. semester): 1,200 Euro
The central feature of the Master in Logistics is its blend of core business management concepts and principles with the essential skills for logistics and transport management. It ensures you have the best possible training to analyze strategic and operational problems and to develop solution concepts for successful application in your subsequent management role.
The master’s course can be undertaken completely in English. Besides the required semester abroad, you also have the opportunity to take a double degree.
Practical experience for practical application
The essential theoretical knowledge gained during the Master in Logistics can be applied directly in practical situations. You benefit in numerous ways from our outstanding logistics network: On the one hand, our lecturers work for some of the largest and most reputable logistics and consulting firms. And on the other hand, ISM is fully committed to the “House of Logistics & Mobility”, the international research center for sustainable logistics and mobility. This network, which provides a platform for numerous logistics and transport companies, offers you direct access to practical projects and industry experts. Furthermore, the Master in Logistics includes a twelve-week work placement.
A wide range of perspectives
Graduates with a completed Master in Logistics are qualified for management roles in companies in the logistics sector and the road, rail, air and sea transport environment, in infrastructure businesses, such as airports or seaports, and in planning and consulting firms.
Expert knowledge in logistics and management
Students on the Master in Logistics course become experts who, besides industry-specific know-how, boast extensive management skills. The focus is on logistics, mobility and infrastructure management as well as the core business management concepts and principles for logistics and transport management.
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