Logistics Management & Engineering Education
Founded in 1977, the University of Borås is a modern university with six departments. The university offers education and research in Library and Information Studies, Business and Informatics, Fashion and Textile Studies, Behavioral and Education Sciences, and, Engineering and Health Sciences. The campus is located in the centre of the Borås city and has 15 000 students with 650 employees. Several of programs are unique and that attracts students from all over Sweden.
The University College of Borås is a governmental authority. The students get jobs unusually fast and the fact is that the University of Borås year after year is placed in the top when the Swedish National Agency for Higher Education reports on the employment situation. University of Borås is a member of the European University Association (EUA). EUA represents and supports higher education institutions in 46 countries, providing them with a unique forum to cooperate and keep abreast of the latest trends in higher education and research policies.
- MSc in Industrial Engineering - Logistics Management: The program is designed for future work with logistics and value chains up to and including the strategic level of companies and other organizations. It is also preparatory program for research. Through studies of all activities influencing the total value chain from a logistical perspective, you will be able to plan, develop and manage all major phases of the supply chain, such as supply, productions and distribution. You will be trained to analyze and solve complex and reality based problems in internal and external logistics in order to function well in professions up to and including the strategic level in a company.
- Entry Requirements: Bachelor´s degree in Industrial Engineering, 180 credits, or equivalent ; Basic courses in logistics; and Verified knowledge of English corresponding to the course English B in the Swedish Upper Secondary School or a Bachelor´s degree from a university in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland or Iceland.
Note: This program is not offered this year. Last admitted session was Autumn 2013