Logistics Management (MBA) - International

React adequately and professionally to logistical challenges

Introduction of the course

In addition to business management skills, today's top logistics experts must also have established skills in supply chain management, strategic planning, project and financial management and in the management of modern information and communication systems. In addition, holistic and analytical thinking, a pronounced organizational talent, leadership and team orientation are required.

Target group

  • This course is designed for graduates who are already working in the fields of Logistics, Production, Sales, Controlling or IT and want to strengthen their management competence and entrepreneurial initiative in order to be able to react adequately and professionally to logistical challenges in industry, trade and services. This includes comprehensive knowledge and skills in market-oriented planning, design, management and control of material, goods and information flows in value networks and their application.
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Overview of the study contents

General Management (246 lessons)

a) Strategic and Operational Management
b) Controlling and Financial Management
c) Project Management
d) Information Management


Supply Chain Management (204 lessons)

a) Basics of Supply Chain Management
b) Planning Tasks in Supply Chain Management
c) Supply Chain Management Specialization
d) Production Planning and Quality Management


Applied Logistics Management (75 lessons)

a) Internet-supported Logistics Processes
b) ICT in Logistics
c) Environmental Management in Logistics


Master's thesis

After finishing these modules the students will complete their master's thesis.

For quality assurance after each group of lessons the lecturers will be evaluated by the participants and feedback-talks will be held. The internal quality assurance is done by the academic director of the program and the responsible boards at the Faculty of Business Management and Economics of the TU Dresden (study commission, examinations board).

Extracurricular Activities

a) German Course at the beginning of your studies
b) Cultural and Team Competences
c) Scientific Working
c) SAP Course



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Scientific Director

Prof. Dr. Rainer Lasch

Admission requirements

  • a first university degree (e. g. Bachelor) comparable to 240 ECTS-credits (or graduation after 8 semesters), preferably in Economics or Business Administration
  • working experience of usually two years in the fields of Logistics, Production, Sales, Controlling or IT
  • basic knowledge in the field of economics (proven with certificates if it was not part of your Bachelor studies)
  • English language proficiency (on a level comparable to IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL 550 pbT/TOEFL 79 ibT)

    Scholarship Information

    The DAAD provides various kinds of funding for foreign students, graduates and postdocs as well as on funding offered by other selected organisations

    This course is accredited

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    Master of Business Administration (MBA)
    Place of study: 
    Program start:
    Spring: 01 April 2024
    Autum: 01 October 2024
    18 months
    Credit Points:
    60 Points
    Program type: 
    Full time
    Tuition fees:
    917 € pro Monat

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