Transportation management refers to overseeing the passage of deliveries from their origin point to their destinations. Transportation management students learn to be adept at planning and organizing as they supervise shipments using roads, air travel, railroads, or cables.
Belgium is known as the heart of Europe and a hub for international networking. As international students in Belgium you be surrounded by a multicultural community.
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In our master programme you have two options: study full-time at Hasselt University or combine your master studies with a job in our flexible distance learning programme. [+]
In our master programme you have two options: study full-time at Hasselt University or combine your master studies with a job in our flexible distance learning programme.
The Master of Transportation Sciences by distance learning is specifically tailored to the needs of practitioners who want to earn a specialized qualification and broaden their knowledge and work experience in the rapidly changing transportation field. The programme has a pronounced international orientation. Students from all over Europe join this programme and the exchange of experience and knowledge between the international student group brings added value to the course.... [-]
The international master’s program of Transportation Sciences of Hasselt University is a multidisciplinary master’s program, which trains students to identify transportation and traffic safety issues and come up with solutions themselves, taking into account several parameters: economy, society, urban development, environment, and infrastructure. [+]
A modern and international transport system is important for moving people, goods and information in a local, regional and (inter)national context. Moreover, it is connected to economic growth! A continuous increase in traffic volumes, for passenger transport as well as freight forwarding transport, leads to major challenges concerning land use, impact on urban areas, traffic safety issues, traffic flow, atmospheric pollution and travel behavior.... [-]