HNU | Industrial Engineering / Logistics B.Eng.

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Quick Facts

Degree

Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)

Type of study

Full-time

Standard period of study

7 semesters, incl. one internship semester

Credits

210 ECTS

Course start

Winter semester and summer semester

Admission requirements

  • entrance qualification for universities of applied sciences, Abitur (certificate from German secondary schools as requirement for university entrance); 'Fachhochschulreife' as entrance qualification for universities of applied sciences
  • 6 weeks internship for enrollment consisting of metal- or wood-processing tasks, alternatively of logistics-related tasks

Tuition fees

none;
the HNU charges an overall fee (student services fee and solidarity contribution) each semester

Application period

Summer semester: November 15 to January 15

Winter semester: May 2 to July 15

Other rules and deadlines may apply for incoming international students

International

  • A year or semester abroad is possible, the internship semester or the Bachelor thesis can be done abroad as well

Overview

Logistics must be effective and efficient; 'effective' means that the requirements of customers, retailers, producers and their suppliers regarding production, storage and transport processes must be met in such a way that these processes run smoothly; efficient means that processes and operational use of human resources, technology and IT systems must be managed in such a way that the benefits justify the costs incurred.

That is why managers in the field of logistics need good technical understanding as much as they need a business-oriented way of thinking. By combining specialist as well as methodical competence we equip you to become a logistics specialist with the ability to focus on  business aspects, and to become managers with a true understanding for complex relationships.

To ensure that one day you will be able to master the challenges in professional life, we focus on not only knowledge but also the method skills required, such as:

  • process analysis and modelling
  • project management
  • planning resource deployment
  • prioritising

Job profile

Qualified junior staff with comprehensive logistics know-how is sought after today, e.g. by

manufacturers and retailers

  • automotive
  • agriculture
  • chemicals, oil & gas
  • engine building industry
  • food & beverage
  • furniture
  • pharmaceuticals

service providers

  • third party logistics | 3PLs
  • airlines
  • postal services
  • ocean carriers
  • freight forwarders
Curriculum

Curriculum and Structure

What topics will be taught? How are the individual courses allocated to the different semesters? Click here to find out.

Application and Admission

Application and Admission

What do I do to apply? Which criteria are relevant for admission? How does enrollment work? Click here to find out.

Practical experience

What opportunities are there to gain practical experience? Are there forms of dual or co-operative studies? Click here to find out.

Contacts

Who will help me if I want to know more? Click here to find out.

Questions regarding course contents?

Professor Dr.
Stefan Distel View Profile

Academic Advisor, Internship Coordinator and Head of the degree programme Industrial Engineering / Logistics
Head of the Centre for Logistics

Send E-Mail to Professor Dr. Stefan Distel
Phone:
0731/9762-1407
Office:
Main Building A,ZWEI, 20 BÜRO

Questions regarding course selection and application?

Thomas Bartl View Profile

Academic Advisor

Send E-Mail to Thomas Bartl
Phone:
0731/9762-2000
Office:
Main Building A,EINS, 7 BÜRO

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This degree programme was accredited by the Accreditation, Certification and Quality assurance Institute (ACQUIN).

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