Logistics Engineer MSc

Faculty of Transportation Engineering and Vehicle Engineering (KJK)

Companies operating in value chains need logistics engineers with a complex vision who can go beyond system operations to shape and continuously improve value-creating processes, especially the increasingly complex logistics systems that serve them, which are a key success factor for efficiency. If you are receptive to the technical, technological and IT development of logistics, interested in future technologies and in the design and construction problems of logistics systems, then you have come to the right place! The course will introduce you to state-of-the-art design methodologies to work on complex logistics problems, as well as to specialised areas of logistics design.

Qualification Logistics Engineer MSc program

Language English

Start September

For our BSc programs general minimum requirements are an eligible highschool degree; document of English language proficiency and successful admission tests, while for our MSc programs an eligible BSc degree is needed. Detailed information on the general admission procedure (deadlines and requirements) can be found on our E-admission page.


You can study at BME with a scholarship or as a self-funded student, by paying tuition fees. Various scholarships help you cover tuition fees and your living expenses during your studies. Successful PhD students may receive additional support from research grants.

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Logistics engineer students receive a balanced combination of courses in logistics engineering, mathematics, operations research, logistics informatics, computer and data science, value creating process design as well as logistics networks and supply chain management.



Mathematics, control theory, numerical optimization

15 credits

Algorithm design

5 credits

Additional skills

Lean management, logistitcs controlling, economics and human sciences, any course of the university

19 credits

Advanced Courses and Specialisations

Logistics sciences and technology

Extra and intra logistics network, information system, planning softwares, processes, simulation

28 credits

Corporate logistics and operations planning

Demand planning and inventory management, control of transport logistics, production planning and scheduling

23 credits

Freight forwarding management

Freight forwarding management, trade, financial, and accounting, marketing

23 credits

Technical logistics

Automation of logistics systems, construction of logistics machinery, integrated material flow systems

23 credits

Thesis work and Internship


Industrial practice

4 weeks
Thesis work

Master thesis

30 credits

Career options

Companies in any market segment can use the Logistics Engineers' knowledge to develop processes and technologies related to these areas and to manage value-creating processes. Logistics engineers are able to take a complex approach to the development of logistics systems beyond operational tasks, to design technical-technological engineering, to design value-creating processes and to creatively solve strategic and operational problems in logistics systems. They are receptive to logistics innovations and able to shape the future of logistics systems and networks.

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