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Management, specialization: Logistics


Master degree


2 years, 4 semesters



ECTS points



Master degree in management, specializing in logistics, is a response to the needs of the modern labor market. The processes of globalization of production and trade determine the need for training of personnel to gain competencies in the field of logistics. Also the strategies of companies increasingly are taking into account the need for adjustments and improvement of logistics processes.
The thematic range of the classes include current problems of management, with particular emphasis on logistics. Among the implemented classes are also elements of law, finance and accounting as well as the social and ethical side of management. Classes are implemented in the form of lectures and workshops in the computer lab. Student placements are also an integral part of the study programme, which is associated with the implementation of the master's thesis.
The graduate will be fully prepared to manager work in enterprises in the sectors of logistics - the logistics of production, logistics, supply or distribution logistics. He will also be ready to take up employment in companies from the logistics sector : transport and freight forwarding companies of all modes of transport, logistics centers and terminals handling, in particular containers.


1 200 EUR/semester
For students of Polish origin the tuition is reduced by 30%.


30 June 2017


Tomasz Wierzejski, PhD
[email protected]



The Faculty of Economics

education requirements

Bachelor or Engineer degree

other requirements

1. An application addressed to the Pro-Rector for Student Affairs
2. An application form and a CV (available on the Web site) 3. An original general certificate of secondary education or other document (with a clause proving the right to apply for admission to higher education institution in the country where the certificate was issued) recognized as equivalent to the Polish general certificate of secondary education. This does not apply to certificates recognized under international agreements. 4. An English Language Certificate 5. A medical certificate allowing the bearer to undertake studies at the selected programme, according to current legal regulations. 6. Three photographs 37 x 52 mm, taken without headgear, against a light background with CD attached. 7. A photocopy of a passport (the page with a photo). 8. A receipt proving the payment of the enrolment fee. 9. A certificate of Polish origin (applies only to persons of Polish origin). 10. A photocopy of Polish Charter (applies only to its holders). 11. Proof of health insurance valid in Poland (European Union citizens- EHIC card) - after admission. 12. A copy of students visa- after admission. All documents must be translated into Polish by a sworn translator. Documents that are incomplete or submitted after the closing date will not be accepted. Students (upon their prior written declaration) are entitled to paid accommodation in student hostels.