Bachelor of International Logistics Management
8 Semesters (Full-Time)
Programme Entry Requirements
Applicants need to be competent at English and Maths.
Introduction & Programme Aims
The transport and logistics industry is one of the sectors seen as critical to Bahrains 2030 Economic Vision. This includes the different modes which, when joined together, are referred to as the global supply chain and are made of separate, yet interconnecting, industries. These industries include maritime, ports, aviation, road, rail, warehousing and logistics
The Bachelor of International Logistics Management seeks to:
Students can choose to develop their uderstanding of one of four sectors that are veiwed as critical to the future of the logistics industry in Bahrain. The sections are Maritime Logistics, Aviation Logistics, Supply Chain Management and Transport Security.
Graduates with a Bachelor of International Logistics Management will be able to:
Upon graduation students can apply for positions in middle management and other roles as transport and logistics professionals, transport and environmental policy analysts, planning professionals and consultants, and leadership positions with transport service providers.
Students can seek careers in:
Teaching and Assessment
Teaching will focus on a student-centred approach and developing learner autonomy. Level 6 and 7 courses are specifically aimed at developing the skills that a future manager in the sector requires. There is also a purposeful move toward more independent learning and research so the student develops advanced managerial skills. Students will be expected to think critically around problems, seek solutions and communicate in an industry specific way.
To be awarded a Bachelor of International Logistics Management, students must achieve 480 credits meeting specified requirements. Students may also study the required courses to receive the following embedded qualifications from the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport International:
Accreditation and Partnerships
The more advanced courses focus increasingly on industry placement. The intention is to give students an industry understanding prior to graduation as well as providing them an opportunity to develop their own industry networks.
Indicative Programme Structure
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