BBA (Honours) in International Shipping and Transport Logisitcs
International shipping and transport logistics management is an industry oriented programme with emphasis on practical skills, academic and professional knowledge necessary for employment in the maritime, shipping and logistics areas. While the primary focus is on the shipping and logistics industry, the transferable skills acquired in this programme will enable graduates to find employment in other businesses as well.
This programme equips you with
- A well-rounded business education with specialization in international shipping and logistics management
- Sound knowledge of maritime transport and logistics along with a broad perspective of international transport and trade as well as maritime organization and personnel management skills
- Transferable skills in relation to communication and presentation, leadership and teamwork, problem solving and effective use of information technology
For details: https://lms.polyu.edu.hk/study/ug/istl/
MSc in International Shipping and Transport Logisitcs
The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HK Government) has set up the Hong Kong Maritime and Logistics Scholarship Scheme (Scholarship) in PolyU for the academic year 2019/20 to support students enrolled on the MSc in International Shipping and Transport Logistics programme (Full-time Stream)*. The Scholarship aims to expand the manpower of the maritime industry in Hong Kong.
- Candidates are required to submit applications for the programme and the Scholarship through the eAdmission System.
- In this Full-time Stream, most classes are scheduled for weekday evenings.
- Full-time students should take at least 3 subjects (i.e. 9 credits) in each regular semester.
- This programme is designed for holders of a bachelor’s degree who aspire to develop a career in the Hong Kong maritime and logistics in industries.
- Most classes are scheduled on weekday evenings.
- This is a specialist academic programme with a multi-disciplinary curriculum.
- Students learn through lectures, seminars, presentations, case studies and industrial visits.