Whether we are involved in transporting goods and consumer durables locally or across continents, or in travellers’ mobility by car, bus, train, or bike, attaining efficiency and sustainability in our mobility system is one of the world’s most complex problems.
Society and industry keep facing large challenges regarding congestion, environment and safety, but also large opportunities based on on-going transformations related to automation, sustainability, computing, and electrification.
The MSc in Transport and Logistics is at the core centre of DTU’s mission to prepare the future leaders in transportation and logistics.
The MSc in Transport and Logistics at DTU allows you as a student to:
- Learn by doing: apply: advanced methods and engineering skills to solve real-world problems that can affect the everyday lives of people and have an impact on the future organization of our societies and industry.
- Gain breadth of knowledge: study a wide range of transport, mobility, data science, supply chain, and logistics topics focused on the interaction of technology, operations, planning, management and sustainability from several departments and divisions within DTU.
- Get professionally ready: for a career as leader, specialist or generalist in private companies, industry, consultancy, public agencies or research and academic institutions where you will have the advantage of specialist competences as well as a broad knowledge of transport and logistics systems and technologies.
- Enjoy a top education: in a top-ten European research institution on transport and a student life in the Scandinavian way.
The study focuses on giving students a solid understanding of transport and logistics systems as well as general engineering and analytical skills relevant for a career within both the transport and logistics sectors as well as related industry, consultancy and public agencies.
The flexible study structure allows students to specialize in areas of their own choice, e.g. sustainability, planning and policy, smart cities, data science, decision support, behavioural modelling, optimisation, maritime logistics, operations research and management, supply chain, business analytics, computing and machine learning, transport modelling, or combinations of these through a flexible programme structure and faculty /research staff from several departments and divisions within DTU.
DTU is part of an extensive network with private companies and public authorities in both the transport and logistics sector, allowing you to work with real-life issues and projects during your course of study, and have collaboration with the industry preparing you for jobs after the study.
The MSc is a two-year graduate programme with a workload of 120 ECTS credit points.