About this course
Trade has been growing at a fast pace over recent decades as a result of business and production processes becoming more globalized and networked. The resulting need to manage supply chains, production facilities, and transport much more efficiently has also led to an increased demand for educated professionals with managerial and engineering skills. In Industrial Engineering and Management students learn about procurement, production, distribution, material handling, human resources management, equipment, and facilities essential to operate the logistics of today’s modern international companies.
The program has been developed in close cooperation with experts from the production, retail, and logistics industries.
- Qualifications accepted by the university.
- English Language Proficiency Test