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Master in Logistics and Transport Management (Exchange Programme)

Master (ISCED 2011 level 7)


Duration 2 semesters
Entry level Bachelor
Cost In accordance to bilateral agreement

The exchange programme Logistics and Transport Management consists of two separate semester programmes in English.

Spring semester

These courses like Traffic Management, Operations and Service Management, the Fresh Connection (Supply Chain Management game) and Customer Service (in logistics) are supported by more generals courses like International Business, English Language Support and Out of the Box Thinking.

Block 1 subjects include: Maritime Economics, Law and Insurance, Maritime Technology and Operations, Ship Management, MPM today, Maritime Business game and English Language Support.

Block 2 subjects include: MPM today, Port and Transport Economics, Law and Insurance, Port and Transport Management and Operations, Sustainable Port Development, English Language Support.

Fall Semester

The Fall semester gives the students a specialised understanding of Maritime and Port Management. During this programme we work in close connection with the Port of Rotterdam, the largest and most sophisticated port in Europe. Study trips are offered to the ports of Hamburg, Antwerp or Klang (Malaysia) where comparative research will be conducted.

You will learn about management of ships in an operational and commercial way. In the second quarter of the semester you will learn how to develop ports in a sustainable way taking into account hinterland connectivity

So if you want to:

  • Take part in an exchange programme in Logistics and Transport Management;
  • Visit Europe's largest port, the port of Rotterdam;
  • Get to know the Netherlands and the Dutch culture;
  • Study together with Dutch students and other international students;
  • Make a good start in your international career in Logistics and Transport Management;

we invite you to apply for this student exchange programme!

Structural components
International component
Practical/Field work
Language training
Research Project


Completed years of studies

  • 3 years of a 4-year Bachelor's degree
  • 2 years of a 3-year Bachelor's degree

Spring:   you will enrol in the 3rd year of the programme
Fall:        you will enrol in the 4th year of the programme

Study area
Your degree must be in the field of Logistics and Transport.

Language requirements

All exchange programmes require a good command of English, as all classes are conducted in this language. Although exchange students are not required to submit an official English test score during their application, we would like to stress that exchange students are expected to have an English level similar to IELTS 6.0, CEFR B2 or TOEFL 550 / iBT 80 / 213 cBT. We trust our partner universities to only nominate students who meet this requirement, therefore ensuring they will not face any difficulties in class due to the language.

ISCED Categories

Personal skills and communication
Project management
Maritime economy
Logistics and shipping management
Marine and maritime law