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Program Description

The specialty Logistics teaches you to organize the movement of commodity and information flows, to respond quickly and adequately in crisis situations, to manage business processes and partnerships. Every year, along with the expansion of European transport corridors, there is a growing need for logistics specialists in Estonia as well.

In addition to professional skills, you will acquire management, communication, analytical, legal and economic knowledge that is so necessary for your future career . Experienced practitioners, enterprise consultants, as well as well-known Estonian analysts in the field of economics and entrepreneurship are among the teachers.

Training takes place without interruption from work and family - in the correspondence form. Our graduates and students with experience in other educational institutions believe that we offer the best educational organization in Estonia, which allows combining studies, work and family life . Training sessions take place on average once a month, from Thursday to Sunday , in addition to which there is also provided independent training. Sessional training is convenient and is possible for people working at full-time. Most of the training is practice. Visit the Facebook page for student representation and learn more about the life of Minor students!

The learning process is supported, adapted to the needs of correspondence, IT solutions . We are a university 99% paper free. The unique, constantly evolving, educational information system of the Minor University has repeatedly received recognition from international evaluation committees.

The specialty Logistics, as well as our other training programs, is assessed and accredited by the international evaluation committee . The last assessment took place in 2017, as a result of which Logistics and other business specialties received the highest rating for the quality of education in Estonian higher education. As a special advantage, the expert committee, led by a representative of the London School of Economics , highlighted the availability of training, the continuous development of curricula, close communication between students and the university, and close cooperation with employers.

The curriculum development and training of the Logistics Specialization Program is carried out in cooperation with the Estonian Logistics and Freight Forwarding Association ELA and the Estonian Procurement Management Chain and the PROLOG Supply Chain .

The university offers a comfortable

Training for more than 15% of our part-time students is funded by their employers , and this figure is growing every year. Funding for higher education motivates the employee, and at the same time is a more profitable decision for the employer than an increase in salaries or payment of bonuses. In the case of funding higher education, directly related to the professional activities of the employee, social and income taxes are not paid . Be sure to offer your employer the opportunity to invest in the most important assets of the company - in talented people. The experience of our students and graduates shows that two working days per month that you spend on studies do not reduce, but, on the contrary, significantly increase your contribution to the development of an enterprise.

Practical higher education requires close cooperation between students and the university. That is why we are waiting for candidates who deliberately choose a specialty , who have a clear plan and goal to get a higher education, who have a high degree of motivation to study and are willing to contribute to a more effective organization of their studies. For us, higher education is an equal partnership between professional players.

In the 2019/2020 academic year, 30 students are admitted to the specialty Logistics . A graduate of the specialty Logistics receives a diploma of higher applied education on the implementation of the curriculum Business Management in the specialty of Logistics. To qualify for training in Minor, fill out the application on the website, and then upload the necessary documents to the system.

Criteria for admission:

  • secondary education;
  • an essay in which you need to describe your professional ambitions, career plans and the role of future education in them (30%);
  • interview on reception (50%);
  • the motivation to study in the chosen specialty and the entrepreneurial life position (20%).

Students who have successfully completed the curriculum have the opportunity, along with a diploma of higher education, to receive the FIATA Diploma in Freight Forwarding , which is universally recognized throughout the world . The certificate issued by the International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations FIATA is recognized as evidence of the highest qualifications in the field of transport forwarding in more than 150 countries around the world.

Item List

I year autumn (30 EAP)

  • Enterprise activity organization module
  • Public speaking
  • Organizational behavior
  • Communication psychology
  • High school self-government

I year spring (15 EAP)

  • Entrepreneurship Module

II year autumn (46 EAP)

  • Jurisprudence
  • Labor law and contracts
  • Health Psychology and Work Environment
  • Economic theory
  • Financial management
  • Customs procedures
  • Forwarding Basics
  • Logistics Basics
  • Economic Mathematics
  • Enterprise practice

II year spring (15 EAP)

  • Air transport
  • Railway transport
  • Highway Transport
  • Multimodal transport

III year autumn (34 EAP)

  • Research methods
  • Data analysis
  • Management and business ethics
  • Academic writing
  • Procurement and inventory management
  • Water transport
  • Processing and storage of goods
  • Work on the subject

III year spring (15 EAP)

  • Cultural environment
  • Risk Analysis in Logistics
  • Management of logistics systems and enterprise costs
  • Production Logistics and Materials Management

IV year autumn (25 EAP)

  • Final work
  • Practice Specialization
Last updated Mar 2020

About the School

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Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences (EUAS), founded in 1992, is the largest private university in Estonia. Our 1,600 students make us the market leader, yet allow us to be focused and close to our students – as we like it. We take pride in our hands-on curricula where learn- ing is done by doing; our network of partners from the business world, both agile startups and established industry leaders; Read less