Logistics and Transport Management

"After having worked in the field of logistics for several years, I wanted to obtain a higher formal qualification and therefore chose “Logistics and Transport Management” for my bachelor. As there is a work-cum-studies option, it was easy to juggle my job and my studies. After my successful completion of the bachelor’s degree I thus also went for the master’s programme at the FH BFI Vienna."

Andrea Fischl, MA, Alumna

The graduates can:

  • build and implement internal and cross-plant supply and logistics chains
  • draw up and realise logistic and transport systems
  • calculate logistic, transport and traffic services for national and international calls for bids
  • draw up stock and inventory management project measures
  • draw up business location and regional planning projects
  • assess the sustainable nature of logistic processes and realise corresponding change plans evaluate and carry out cooperation options like partnerships and alliances
  • run R&D projects in logistics and transport management
  • advise enterprises and politicians in charge in logistics, transport and traffic matters

Vocational fields:

  • Supply Chain Management
  • Procurement Logistics, Production Logistics, Distribution Logistics, Disposal Logistics
  • Logistics Systems and Traffic Systems
  • Logistics and Transport Services
  • Management Consultancy

The programme in brief:

Academic degree: Master of Arts in Business, MA

Admission procedure: written application, MC test, structured interview

Admission requirements: completion of a law/social/Engineering studies/business/geography/industrial logistics degree (in Austria or equivalent degree abroad; proven qualifications in logistics, transport, traffic (4 ECTS), business administration (10 ECTS), law studies (4 ECTS), IT (4 ECTS), English (4 ECTS, native speakers are exempt)

Course information (ECTS): 90 ECTS

Deadline for applications: 15 May, Online Application

Deadline for applicants outside European Union: 15 March

Duration of studies: 3 semesters

Medium of instruction: German

Number of study places per year: 33 part-time per year

Study periods: three evenings a week and Saturdays

Tuition fees: € 363.36 per semester (+ € 19.70 Austrian Students Union fee)

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