Mobility, Transport and Logistics

Would you like to help create efficient transport and logistics solutions that connect the world in new ways? Transport and logistics are key to the development of national and international society, and make up one of the largest sectors in the world. As an engineer in mobility, transport and logistics, you look at the needs of society and business and create sustainable solutions.

 

What will you learn?

On the Mobility, Transport and Logistics study programme you will learn to use mathematics and engineering insight to make decisions about new motorways, railways, shipping and air routes, etc.

You will learn a combination of analytical, mathematical, social, and economic competences that can be applied within the fields of transport, logistics, infrastructure planning, business economics and investment, supply chain management, individual and collective transport systems, geographical information systems (GIS), smart cities, and urban design.

You will learn to design and adapt transport and logistics solutions to address specific problems and the needs and demands of the population and society. You thereby learn to be an engineer that can grasp the big picture, while also understanding the details.

Study programme structure

The first four semesters involve a number of mandatory courses that give you the necessary knowledge to become an engineer in the transport sector. These courses cover areas such as engineering, IT, applied mathematics, planning, economics, and management. During semester 5 you will complete an engineering internship—typically with a firm of consulting engineers, a transport company, or an international transport company. In semesters 6 and 7 you will specialize through electives. The programme ends with your BEng project, which is done in collaboration with a company.

 

Career opportunities

Engineers in mobility, transport, and logistics are in high demand and typically find employment with firms of consulting engineers, international transport companies, traffic companies, or government agencies, where they provide specific solutions and strategic decision-making support. Example job titles include mobility project coordinator, transport engineer, consultant, and consulting engineer.

Danish students

Please go to the Danish website to learn more about the BEng programmes at DTU.

Twin campuses

Photo: Mikal Schlosser
BEng students at DTU have courses on our twin campuses:
• DTU Lyngby Campus
• DTU Ballerup Campus