International Business in Mainport and City Logistics
In this programme you will work as part of a team of international students with backgrounds ranging from technology to international business. Together, you will create an integrated solution to a logistics challenge in the field of transport hub and city logistics. This programme builds your international and interdisciplinary competences, which will be a valuable asset in your future career.
Urbanisation, globalisation and internationalisation are putting increasing pressure on the world's cities as logistics hubs. To enable cities to cope with the growing scale and complexity of their hub role and distribution networks, various solutions are being developed, from synchro modality to optimisme connections between different transport modes in and around cities, to new business models to supply businesses and consumers with daily essentials, to returns to prevent cities from becoming congested.
After completing this programme you will be able to:
- Understand the role of logistics in international business.
- Understand and be able to apply techniques of intercultural effectiveness.
- Have insight into the complexity of logistics innovations.
- Understand key aspects of transport hubs and city logistics.
Questions about the minor?
Contact Jolanda Visser, firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions about the Kies op Maat procedure?
Contact onderwijsbureau Faculteit Techniek, www.hva.nl/vragenformulier subject 'minor Techniek'.
Please take note of the limited number of available slots. Applications will be processed in the order of receipt of signed learning agreements.
- You must be in the third or fourth year of your Bachelor's programme.
- Proficiency in English (CEFR B1).
- Basic knowledge of economics (undergraduate level) and an interest in international logistics and supply chains.
Total of 30 ECTS.
This curriculum will be tested with a continuous assessment. You will achieve your personal learning outcomes through a rich variety of learning formats such as group projects, masterclasses, challenges, workshops literature, excursions, consults and peer discussions.
If a student fails to successfully complete the minor in the period in which she took the minor it is possible to finalize the minor in a following period in which the minor is given.
If a minor is no longer offered or in case the minor is rewritten, the degree programme will offer students a further two opportunities to finalize this minor in the following year.
Books and manuals will be provided.
To be defined; schedule will be published, approximately, 2 weeks before the start of the minor.
The minor does not work with a fixed schedule but has a flexible program. The minor is a fulltime minor (5 days a week).