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Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics


The MSc programme in Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics (TIL) is a two-year comprehensive programme that covers the main elements in the broad field of transport, infrastructure and logistics. An interdisciplinary systems approach is a most important educational concept, where relevant elements and relationships within several cross-sections of transport and logistics systems are important fundamentals of the courses offered.

The programme aims to provide graduates with broad knowledge and understanding of all phases of the life cycle of transport and logistics systems: from transport policy making and spatial planning; through the design of transport systems, supply chains and infrastructure networks; to the operation, management and control of these systems. TIL graduates have the capability to design new road, rail, air and water transportation services for passengers and/or freight; to efficiently manage transportation networks; and to design and control complex supply chains. These skills are invaluable for the design, development and maintenance of cost-effective, efficient systems for moving passengers and freight. In addition to providing an understanding of the complex decision-making processes during infrastructure development and planning, the programme provides graduates with the interdisciplinary knowledge to make appropriate decisions for clients, employers and society.

Graduates of this programme will have a comprehensive systems view of the field of transport, infrastructure and logistics.  


The study programme (120 EC) consists of courses, projects and seminars. More information can be found here.

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