Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Logistics and Supply Chain Management

The study programme focuses on topical problems of logistics systems and supply chain management, in particular, on appropriate information technology based solutions and their implementation, and contribute to the education of highly qualified professionals who have the knowledge and skills to operate in an international environment. Study programme has a strong focus on students' competencies development in logistics information technology solutions, simulation and modelling methods and tools, which develops the technical approach to solving logistics systems and supply chain problems. The study programme offers the latest developments in the industry at a high international level, as it joins three universities from different European countries, which provide expertise in different specializations, namely "Logistics information systems" (Riga Technical University, Latvia), "Transport Logistics" (UAB Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain) and "Logistics Systems Engineering and Implementation" (UASW Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau, Germany). Students and academic staff mobility promotes knowledge and experience exchange among partner universities.

Short about programme
Faculty of Computer Science, Information Technology and Energy
Programme type and level
Academic Master (Second Cycle) Studies
Study field
Information Technology, Computer Engineering, Electronics, Telecommunications, Computer Control and Computer Science
Study form
Full-time studies

Awarded degree and qualification
Master degree of engineering science in logistics and supply chain management / –
Required previous education
Bachelor degree of engineering science or natural sciences or social sciences (economics, management), or professional bachelor degree in the mentioned fields of science, or comparable education
Price per year
€ 4 080 - EU countries
€ 4 080 - Non EU countries
Credit point/ECTS amount
Duration of studies
Full-time studies - 2 years

To educate professionals able to understand and implement logistics systems technology, as well as identify, analyse and solve problems in logistics systems and supply chains, related to their design, implementation, operation and management, including logistics information technology and systems, and to develop students' ability to carry out scientific work, participate in local and international projects and continue doctoral studies.


•Tasks of study programme:
- to develop students’ systems thinking ability and their skills needed in the area of logistics systems and supply chain management;
- to use fundamental and classical solutions along with recent scientific achievements, including information technology, providing effective solutions of various problems in logistics systems and supply chains;
- to provide students with knowledge and experience from different scientific areas by cooperating with staff from different European universities;
- to provide staff and students mobility within the partner universities;
- to ensure the flexibility of the study programme and possibility to modify it in order to follow changes in the labour market and new developments in technologies;
- to encourage students to participate in scientific research;
- to prepare and motivate students for further doctoral studies.


Graduates can work as a logistics systems implementation consultants and supply chain managers, logistics information systems managers, logistics and information technology project managers, logistics application software specialists, logistics systems and supply chain modelling specialists, purchasing or transportation managers, information technology department managers for logistics company. Graduates are also prepared for continuing work in industrial research and development as well as in scientific research and higher education.


Doctoral studies.

Specific conditions

English competency requirements: TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) computer-based version – min 250 points, paper-based version - min 630 points; IELTS (International English Language Testing System) - min 6.5 points, „Cambridge Proficiency Certificate of English” - level C or higher, or successful assessment of English in previous diploma supplement, except in the case if previous education is obtained in English.