Transport and Logistics

Course Info

The MSc in Logistics and Transport aims to prepare students for leading management positions within: the logistics companies and distributors of all kinds; transport companies and other logistics service providers and; public organizations involved in the regulation and planning of transport and logistics within regional, national and international contexts, analyst and project manager, etc.

The programme is designed on the knowledge and research of European-level experts – an intellectual and stimulating learning environment that provides both theoretical knowledge and practical experience in today’s world of transport and logistics. The lecturers of the programme are the leaders of European and Latvian projects in the field of transport and logistics. Students of the programme have different educational backgrounds, nationalities and work experiences, all of which serve to enrich the learning environment and prepare for activities in international teams and large-scale projects.

Career Prospects

  •  as a transport system analytics, employed by public-private company
  • as a logistics manager with a production company, controlling the entire logistics chain,
  • as the head of the logistics department of any technology company,
  • as a researcher who develops modern transport and logistics system

Application requirements

  • Bachelor of Engineering Science or Bachelor of Natural Sciences in Computer Science or Mathematics, or Bachelor of Social Sciences in Management Science or Economics, or higher professional education of the second level in Computer Science, Information Systems, Electronics, Logistics, Management Science and Economics.
  •     Completed secondary education
            Main certificates
            Transcript of grades
  •     Good or excellent final grades in the following subjects
  • Eligibility for university in the home country
* International test score (e.g. IELTS, TOEFL, etc.)/ secondary school grade is required in the absence of which you may provide us with an MOI Letter.