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Master's program in Logistics Management focuses on developing new business opportunities in logistics services. It also suggests new elements to build competitive advantage with the help of logistics related functions. The program is tailored for engineers who need to combine their technical knowledge with management competences and understanding of advanced logistics processes.
Master's program in Logistics Management provides good opportunities to develop a career in logistics or improve competences for logistics professionals. This industry offers a wide variety of career opportunities. Read more about how our graduates feel about the Program and relevance to their career
This Master’s program is designed for full-time working professionals, to study along a full-time job. The program consists of the autumn semester, in September-December, and a Master’s project in the spring, in January-May. See the timetable for 2017-2018 below.
The studies rely on real-life business cases, include professional discussions, and require presence in class for about 1,5 days each week in the autumn, and 2-3 Fridays a month in the spring. Graduation happens every year at the end of May, with granting a ‘Master of Engineering’ degree (MEng) that equals a diplomi-insinööri EQF7 European level degree from a science university.
How to Apply to Master's in Logistics Management
Admission times and instructions for the Entrance exam can be found from here Both the Program and the Entrance exam are conducted in English. The date for the next Entrance exam is 24 May 2017, Wed, 8-16.00 pm (written and interview parts). Welcome to come in contact with the program coordinator! Welcome to apply!
Master's program includes the following modules:
More information addressed to COMPANIES can be found from here
Notes about fees for this course
Contact Metropolia University of Applied Sciences to find course entry requirements.
Fikeraddis Lemma, Electronics - Bachelor of Engineering
1) How did I choose my study place?
Technological innovations were one of the most amazing facts for me starting from my childhood and also working on electrical things which is more of practical learning method was my interest.
2) Highlights and challenges of my studies:
Life as a student is an amazing experience .I learned and gained different knowledge in many aspects. Challenges are one way of learning things, of course difficulties may happen but all depends on our way of solving the difficulties. I can say there were no challenges regarding my studies at Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, as the teachers and my friends were next to me in every problem related to my studies.
3) My future plans:
I am really interested to work in diverse environments which bring a new idea of exploring world and technology. My interest lies on manufacturing medical electronic equipments.
I have also plans to see how the other countries give knowledge for their engineering students and want to experience the culture of other nations.
4) What I want to say to you who is considering studies in my field?
Generally, studying Electronics is the way of knowing how the real word is working which means it shows you the way to follow technology.
Jing Zhang (Cherry), Master's in Logistics Management
"After my graduation from Logistics management, I have been working in the logistics field for over 10 years, also in different countries. When I came across this program, I felt it is the time to move forward and develop myself further. The program turned out to be so well-planned, that all it needs from a student is his/her personal commitment. There are plenty of assignments that keep us busy, however we are never left alone. The faculty members are always with us, and they pour all their hearts into the program and give us excellent support whenever we need. Although a 9-month Master’s program sounds impossible, they make it possible for us. This journey is short and definitely not easy. It requires commitment, real efforts and a little bit of sisu! But the results are rewarding".
Nancy Nieminen: Third year Bachelor of Social Services student
My name is Nancy Nieminen and I am a third year Bachelor of Social Services student. I have had good guidance, tutoring and support from a multi-professional team of lecturers who have empowered, encouraged and supported me throughout my studies. I have gained support and strong bonds of friendship through cooperation and sharing with my classmates. During my studies and work placement experiences oriented in social pedagogy, I have developed various competences as a Bachelor of Social Services so I can fully participate in the social field in areas such as, community work, family, youth and childhood support work, for example. Additionally, the opportunities from my study exchange experiences in Germany and Uganda exposed me to learning and sharing knowledge with an international and multicultural perspective.
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