Logistics – International Management & Consulting
Would you like to continue your education at a high level without interrupting your occupation, regardless of time or place? Why study this MBA?
The postgraduate MBA online program in Logistics - International Management & Consulting has been specifically tailered to logistics managers who will have to handle processes at the interface of different disciplines. It responds to the high demand for logistics managers with knowledge of modern logistics and understanding of its complexity and experience on an international scale.
This study not only deals with the classic three-dimensional alignment of logistics teaching (business management - IT - technology) but includes logistics-relevant contents, such as management, consulting and social competence. It contains international subjects such as intercultural competence and international logistics management, which is decisive particularly for logisticians in "interface areas" - working across borders, departments and nations. We teach logistics in an integrated and interdisciplinary manner and understand global logistics as long-term, sustainable logistics.
We offer you this highly qualified and accredited MBA distance learning program of Logistics - International Management & Logistics, which can provide you with Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree in just four semesters. The MBA program is offered by the Ludwigshafen University of Business and Society in cooperation with the zfh - Zentrum für Fernstudien im Hochschulverbund. The program is supervised by the Graduate School Rhein-Neckar.
We follow the approach of blended learning, a varied mix of self-study, virtual learning components and online sessions.
Important facts at a glance
General Management, Intercultural competence, Extralogistics, Law, Project & Change Management, Intralogistics, Logistics Management, Logistics Consulting
The internationally recognised degree Master of Business Administration (MBA) is awarded by Ludwigshafen University of Business and Society
FIBAA (Agency for Quality Assurance through Accreditation of Study Programs)
4 semesters part-time, as an online distance learning program (almost all students work full time and do the MBA “on top”)
English (no German language knowledge is required)
ECTS credit points
With a first university degree:
Ideally, you have got a first university degree or an accredited bachelor degree of a university of cooperative education (former Berufsakademie) (with a good average grade – at least 2.5 when translated to the German grading system) and additionally work experience of at least one year in the business administration, technology or IT field.
If your average grade is less than required, admission can be possible after an admission test.
All applicants must hand in proof of English language proficiency on at least level C1 or higher according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
Without a first university degree:
For applicants without a first university degree there is – under certain conditions – the possibility to get admission after passing a qualifying examination. They must be in possession of a university entrance qualification according to the legal provisions in Rheinland-Pfalz and proof relevant professional work experience of at least 3 years. This work must comprise sufficient content-related connections to the course of studies chosen, above-average qualifications of the applicant and international experience that is relevant for the program.
The qualifying examination is based on a motivational letter, an exam of approx. 1 hour and an interview of approx. 20 – 30 minutes.
plus a relatively small semester fee of Ludwigshafen University of Business and Society
You pay each semester in advance
Distance learning via online sessions: no on-campus courses
The part-time distance course MBA Logistics – International Management & Consulting is offered by the Ludwigshafen University of Business and Society in cooperation with the Zentrum für Fernstudien im Hochschulverbund (zfh) (eng. Center for distance learning at Universities of Applied Sciences) – and accredited by FIBAA.
This MBA course of Logistics – International Management & Consulting offered by the Ludwigshafen University of Business and Society is a four-semester, modular program with predominantly compulsory modules and an elective one. The Master’s programme comprises a workload of a total of 90 ECTS credits. The completion of this MBA program opens the door to a higher civil service and the way to doctoral studies.
The MBA program Logistics – International Management & Comsulting comprises the following modules:
- General Management
- Intercultural competence
- Project & Change Management
- Logistics Management
- Logistics Consulting
The contents of the program are designed in such a way as to not only impart theoretical knowledge but also practical competencies in order to make the students able to solve problems of the professional practice.
We hope you enjoy reading this and would be delighted if one day we could welcome you as a student at our program. If you don’t have enough information or have any questions, you are welcome to contact the program manager Eva Nefen by telephone/skype, e-mail or for a personal consultation appointment .
Tel. +49 621/595 728 21
Application & Expense
The application period is running: tba
Applications can be sent via the homepage of our partner Zentrum für Fernstudien im Hochschulverbund. Please send us all the required documents listed in our check list first by mail due to the actual situation and later on by post to the following address (as soon as we receive your documents we will give you an answer regarding your entry requirements):
Zentrum für Fernstudien im Hochschulverbund – zfh
Konrad Zuse Str. 1
“Joining LIMC program was one of the best decisions in my life. I have acquired knowledge that helped me work smarter, become efficient, open minded, embrace and create change within our organisation so we can remain a preferred logistics service provider in the chemical and petrochemical industry. Being back to university at the age of 42 was fun. I have enjoyed it very much and I don’t doubt that I will be doing it all over again in the future!”
- Mr. Makhlouf Benzahia, who lived in Bahrain und worked in Saudi-Arabia during his studies