The degree programmes in logistics in German (BLO) and English (IBL) are part of the so-called TWIN Programmes, i. e. their contents are almost identical in both languages. Over the course of studies, students may switch between languages and receive a TWIN Certificate at the end of their studies.
Thanks to the close connection of logistics contents with technical subjects, both degree programmes offer a very high degree of career opportunities and employment security. This programme’s lecturers have often worked in very high positions in the economy over many years, where they could gather experiences they will pass on to their students, along with current and future-proof knowledge. The course content is taught to students in internationally oriented courses, held either partly in English language (“Logistik”) or exclusively in English language (“Logistics”) in small lecture groups or within the framework of projects. In order to prepare students for a professional career as well and as practically as possible, in addition to many case studies, two large projects lasting an entire semester are carried out in direct cooperation with companies. Here, a group of students solves a current logistical problem of a local company.
At FHWS, Logistics (German or English) form a TWIN Programme. Those programmes allow you to study both languages, German and English. Visit the overview page of FHWS degree programmes to gain further information on TWIN programmes.
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