Transport and Supply Chain Management is jointly offered by the departments of Information Systems & Logistics and Spatial Economics. We focus on the analysis, design and operation of international supply chain and transportation networks in professional service industries in the Netherlands and abroad. You will tackle supply chain problems in both profit and non-profit environments. The first includes airlines, retailers, wholesale companies, logistics service providers, rail operators and short-sea and long-distance shipping, while non-profit includes the health care sector, the public sector and nongovernmental organizations in fields such as humanitarian aid.
In order to gain admission to this specialization, you must have a bachelor’s degree (equal to the Dutch academic bachelor’s degree), including advanced courses in Operations Management, Physical Distribution Management, Basics of Transport Economics, Logistics and Decision Analysis. Good comprehension skills in English are absolutely necessary for the master’s programme.
Recipient: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
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