Part time MSc Programs in Logistics in Leuven Belgium 2020
A bachelor’s in logistics can be a great choice for individuals with interests in warehouse operations and procedures. This degree provides students with an in-depth study of coordination tactics and procedures to ensure the smooth transport and storage of goods. Graduates can utilize this knowledge in a number of different careers.
Several studying opportunities are available in this town. One of the oldest universities in the region, Catholic University, as well as higher institute of Philosophy found in Leuven.
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This master program forms engineering students in traffic and intelligent transportation systems (design, maintenance, and management of infrastructure and (public) trans
The world of traffic evolves fast! Just think of the rise of the self-driving car. Besides the traditional governments, road admissions and public traffic firms, traffic becomes more than ever big business for trendy firms. Examples are Google, Tesla, and Uber or fun apps like Moovit and Waze. In most cities, you can already find car and bike sharing systems (e.g. Villo, Cambio, and Car2Go) and enterprises that provide completely integrated packages of Mobility-as-a-Service and want to ban private cars to the history lessons.
Are you one of the young ambitious engineers of this new generation and would you like to help this revolution?
The world of logistics is constantly changing. Familiar terms such as e-commerce are in fact a super dynamic logistic machine with a web-store as visible outing: when you click on ‘buy now’, somewhere in Utrecht or Dresden a machine pops into action and within 24 hours your purchase is delivered at your front door anywhere in Belgium. Behind the scenes, optimization stays the keyword. Airplanes, vans, and cargo-bikes today, maybe in the future drones or automatic vans, will deliver your packages. The same process appears in the supply chain of enterprises that constantly redesigns due to new players, different prices and new technologies like 3D printing since the old solutions became too expensive or dispensable....