The study programme consists of
40 % technical and academic subject content,
25% economics subjects, 20% informatics subjects and
15 % basic legal and foreign language subjects.
Upon completion of the study programme, you will receive a professional qualification in logistics that will enable you to successfully manage various tasks in industry or in retail and logistics companies.
Forging tomorrow's logisticians
They are active in almost all sectors of the economy: industrial engineers specialising in transportation logistics. However, logistics is more than just transporting, handling or storing goods. Logistics comprises the holistic planning, management, coordination, implementation and control of all flows of goods and information. The Transportation Logistics programme at Bremerhaven University of Applied Sciences is where logistics experts are made. The maritime city looks back on more than 40 years of experience in this field and enjoys a high level of recognition among regional and national companies.
Why choose this study programme
Excellent study programmeConsistently among the top five logistics study programmes in Germany
Diverse and generalist orientationRanging from operations to perspectives of management
Relaxed atmosphere with practical relevanceGermany's largest logistics alumni association is at hand to answer your questions about internships, careers and networking.
Your future in logistics
Activities, research and professional profile
The technical and engineering focus of the Bachelor of Engineering degree programme is unique in the logistics sector. Graduates from Bremerhaven enjoy a very good reputation on the labour market. This generalist educational programme in logistics – covering everything from operations to aspects of management – will make you a sought-after specialist in the logistics industry! In Bremerhaven, Bremen, you are located at the hub of logistics in practice and have a large selection of potential future employers. The Association of Industrial Engineers for Transportation (Verein der Wirtschaftsingenieur:innen für Transportwesen – VdWT) at the university, the largest alumni association with over 800 members in logistics, is available to help you with questions about internships, careers and networking.
Facts about the study programme
Degree of StudiesBachelor of Engineering
Study FormFull-time study
Term of Admissionadmission-free
Term of AdmissionWinter and Summer semester
Main Course LanguageGerman
Standard Period of Study6 Semester
Unlock your potential
The bachelor's degree programme comprises six semesters. The first two semesters are mainly devoted to teaching the fundamentals, with mathematics – along with physics, engineering mechanics and business administration – taking up a large part of the programme. In the following three semesters, more specialised knowledge is dealt with in more detail, and in the last semester there is the opportunity to apply the theoretical knowledge in professional practice phases or in practice-based projects. The modules generally comprise four student workload hours per week (SWL/week). In total, there are 31 modules with a scope of mostly 5 credit points (CP) per module and 30 CPs per semester. In total, 180 CP are awarded for the bachelor's programme. Bremerhaven University of Applied Sciences enables graduates of the programme to join the master's programme Logistics Engineering and Management after completing the bachelor's programme.
Admission and application
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Transportation / Logistics