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Jacobs University Bremen

International Logistics Management and Engineering (BSc)


Duration of Study: 6 Semesters
Degree: Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
Structure: full-time
Tuition fee: yes

Over the last few decades, trade has increased faster than the world economy due to business and production processes that have become increasingly global and networked. The need to manage supply chains, production facilities and transport more efficiently has intensified the demand for educated professionals with both management and engineering skills. The modularized program International Logistics teaches students about the procurement, production, distribution, material handling, personnel, equipment, and facilities vital in modern-day international business.

The first year provides an overview of logistics fundamentals and basic knowledge in formal methods, management and engineering. Students are introduced to more engineering and management details in the second year. Besides mandatory courses, which focus on the basic skills in logistics, second and third year students select a certain number of modules in several specialization areas in order to establish their own individual competence profile

The four main characteristics of the study program are:

  • Process-oriented structure of the study program gives the general understanding of logistics
  • Transdisciplinary and intercultural approach considers important aspects within logistcs
  • An integration model provides engineering and management skills with equal shares
  • Professional insights are offered by guided industrial projects (3-4 month internship) and guest lectures

Admission

  • Educational History Form (EHF): As our office processes applications from dozens of countries with varying school requirements, Jacobs Admissions requires the Educational History Form to clarify school type and duration.
  • Essay: An essay written in English, answering question number 28 of our application, must be sent along with your application.
  • Teacher Recommendation & Guidance Counselor/School Official Recommendation: We require one personal recommendation from a teacher or faculty member and one personal recommendation from a school or university official (counselor, principal, head of school, dean of students, department, head or faculty advisor).
  • School and/or University Transcript: Certificate of secondary school completion such as the German Abitur (i.e. International Baccalaureate, High School Diploma (with recommended tests depending on your region), GCSE A-levels, etc.)
  • SAT or ACT: No application will be reviewed for admission until we receive the scores for the Scholastic Assessment Test (or ACT).
  • English Language Proficiency Test: TOEFL (Paper based: minimum score of 575, or internet based: 90) or an equivalent test is required for admission if English is not your first language.

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