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Logistics and Transport Management

Exchange programme

The exchange programme Logistics and Transport Management consists of two separate semester programmes in English.

Spring semester

These courses like Traffic Management, Operations and Service Management, the Fresh Connection (Supply Chain Management game) and Customer Service (in logistics) are supported by more generals courses like International Business, English Language Support and Out of the Box Thinking.

Fall Semester

The Fall semester gives the students a specialised understanding of Maritime and Port Management. During this programme we work in close connection with the Port of Rotterdam, the largest and most sophisticated port in Europe. Study trips are offered to the ports of Hamburg, Antwerp or Klang (Malaysia) where comparative research will be conducted.

You will learn about management of ships in an operational and commercial way. In the second quarter of the semester you will learn how to develop ports in a sustainable way taking into account hinterland connectivity

So if you want to:

  • Take part in an exchange programme in Logistics and Transport Management;
  • Visit Europe's largest port, the port of Rotterdam;
  • Get to know the Netherlands and the Dutch culture;
  • Study together with Dutch students and other international students;
  • Make a good start in your international career in Logistics and Transport Management;

we invite you to apply for this student exchange programme!

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Do you live outside of the Netherlands? Request the brochure(s) via e-mail.

Facts and figures

The programme at a glance

Programme structure

A view of the study programme

About the programme

Spring semester
Mixture of projects, regular courses, serious gaming and a cultural programme.  As this semester is a regular part of the Logistics Engineering Bachelor programme, exchange students attend courses together with our full degree students.

Fall semester
Mixture of projects, regular courses, serious gaming and comparative research.  Study trips are offered to Hamburg, Antwerp or Klang (Malaysia). The programme is offered to Dutch students as a “minor” (specialisation) and brings together Dutch students from all over the Netherlands as well as exchange students.

Method

One semester consists of two blocks of 10 weeks each. Most courses are rounded off at the end of a block by means of an examination and/or assignments. Some courses take a full semester.

Learning outcomes

If you have successfully completed this exchange programme then you are able to:

Calendar

Awarding

After completing your exchange programme at Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences, you will receive a:

  • Transcript of records

Subjects

An indication of the subjects you can expect

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