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The aim of the course is to train logistics engineers who, with their knowledge of natural sciences, specific technical, economic, management, IT, industrial and transport technologies, are capable of analyzing, planning, organizing and managing logistics processes and systems (goods transport, materials handling, warehousing, picking, loading, material supply, materials procurement, goods distribution, waste management) that implement the flow of materials within and between companies, including the related flow of information. They are able to design, develop, contribute to the production, quality control and operation of logistics machinery, tools and equipment, which forms whole logistics systems. They are prepared to pursue studies at doctoral level.

SPECIALIZATIONS: Digital Logistics

Mrs Katalin Gergely Csire –

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Career opportunities

By applying the acquired competences, graduates can find a job in a wide variety of domestic and international companies, for instance, automotive, food industry, logistics service providers, etc., where they can deal with the planning, development and management of logistics systems and processes with modern digitalization solutions. The demand for these professionals is growing intensively thanks to increasing process complexity increases and spreading Industry 4.0 technologies.

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