Masters Degree in Transportation Management in Bulgaria

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Transportation Management

A masters refers to the completion of a graduate study program that prepares students to further their knowledge of a specific subject or advance their careers. The majority of masters are granted by state or public universities.

Transportation management is a field of logistics that involves directing and supervising the shipment of goods and services from one point to another. Students learn how to work with transportation companies, oversee packaging, make sure items are correctly documented, and ensure that all shipments comply with local and federal laws.

Ministry of education often oversees the education in Bulgaria. The students who pursue higher education in the university often get a certain percentage of the government sponsorship to enable them successfully complete their studies.

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Master International Transports

L’École Supérieure de la Francophonie pour l'Administration et le Management
Campus Full time 1 year October 2018 Bulgaria Sofia

Graduates are employed in transport companies (airlines, shipping companies, road hauliers, rail transport, inland navigation), transport organizers (brokers, freight forwarders, freight forwarders, etc.), infrastructure managers, courier companies, "shipper" companies, logistics providers, but also in banks (financing of transport assets), insurance (transport of persons and goods), etc. [+]

Training aims :

A multi-disciplinary master's degree specializing in transport that trains high-level managers to meet the needs of transport professionals in the field of management, mainly in Central and Eastern Europe, by offering a specialization on the transport systems of this area.

Opportunities:

Graduates are employed in transport companies (airlines, shipping companies, road hauliers, rail transport, inland navigation), transport organizers (brokers, freight forwarders, freight forwarders, etc.), infrastructure managers, courier companies, "shipper" companies, logistics providers, but also in banks (financing of transport assets), insurance (transport of persons and goods), etc.... [-]