During the Logistics Engineering programme at Breda University of Applied Sciences (BUAS), you will develop all sorts of competencies which you will need later for being able to carry out your work well.
You will do this by, amongst other things, working on a project basis on ‘real life assignments’ from the industry. Alongside projects, you will follow lectures, guest lectures and seminars, courses, training and coaching sessions.
You will also undertake a number of work placements and participate in excursions and study trips. The entire study programme is very much practice-based. The total package is optimally linked to the demands of the profession and the possibility of continuing your studies further.
You will know exactly how goods or services can be conveyed from A to B in the best, cheapest, safest and fastest possible way. You can start your career, for example as a logistics analyst, planner, ICT consultant, purchase manager, supply chain manager or project manager.
After successful completion of the Logistics Engineering degree programme you are entitled to the degree of Bachelor of Science.
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