Logistics and Supply Chain Management (M.Eng.)
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Master's programme

Logistics and Supply Chain Management (M.Eng.)

The joint Master's programme in Logistics and Supply Chain Management addresses logistics and supply chain management combined with an international and intercultural orientation.

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Key facts


Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)

Language of instruction


Modes of study


Standard duration

4 semesters

Programme start

winter semester

Places of study

UAB Autonomous University of Barcelona (Spain), RTU Riga Technical University (Latvia), Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau (Germany)


Engineering and Natural Sciences

Master in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

The Master's programme in Logistics and Supply ChainManagement (LSCM) has the main goal of educating professionals able to take decisions in logistics and supply chain management considering its operational, tactical and strategic aspects from an integrated perspective by covering subjects from technology, engineering and business.

Study Objectives

  • Ability to address LSCM problems in a holistic approach by taking into account general management concepts, human resources, environmental concerns, and quality, technological and economic aspects
  • Ability to analyze, structure and discuss situationsto identify problems in the field of LSCM and evaluatetheir complexity
  • Ability to select and apply suitable methodologies and strategies to design a solution for an LSCM problem
  • Ability to evaluate different alternatives and select the solution to be implemented
  • Ability to elaborate solid arguments to convince and motivate decision makers, select the proper LSCM partners and then plan and coordinate the project to implement the solution

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Semesters 1 and 2

common for all students

The first year focuses on basic knowledge, core, and fundamentals of logistics and supply chain management.

  • 1st semester at Autonomous University of Barcelona (Spain)
  • 2nd semester at Riga Technical University (Latvia)

All students move from Barcelona to Riga during the period between semesters.

Semesters 3 and 4


The second year aims at going deeper into a specialization directly related to a university’s core competences and ensuring a close link to its research and consultancy project activities. It is divided into two parts:

  • 3rd semester of focused course work
  • 4th semester of Master's thesis work

A consortium-member university offers a specialisation based on its relative profile concerning Logistics and Supply Chain Management:

Riga Technical University (RTU)

Logistics information systems focusing on supporting logistics and supply chain management by integrated IT solutions.

Technical University of Applied Science Wildau (TH Wildau)

Logistics systems engineering and implementation focusing on the analysis, design, evaluation, and implementation of materials handling, transport, and logistics management and control systems.

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Since this is a joint master's programme, all the admission and enrolment procedures are performed at the Autonomous University of Barcelona.

More information: www.master-lscm.eu/enrollment

Offers and further information


Programme coordinator

Dr. Juan José Ramos González
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

Local coordinator

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gaby Neumann
Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau