Overview Bachelor's Programme Logistics IBL
Our top priority is to make you fit for the job by our up-to-date training programme. This naturally includes teaching the necessary basic knowledge in technical, IT, business, and general scientific subjects during foundation modules.
However, you will only be successful in a company if you can combine your knowledge and skills with the necessary soft skills. Therefore, it is our ambition to work out and train important personal success factors. These include, for example, the ability to work in a team, time management, assertiveness, the ability to discuss and present problems, independent problem identification and systematic problem solving. Projects on current real-life topics, which are carried out in small facilitated groups, provide a platform for learning.
Completing a semester abroad or finishing your bachelor’s thesis abroad can additionally boost your fitness for the job market. As a rule, a semester abroad can be integrated very well into your studies and we have numerous places at various partner universities all over the world.
If, however, a semester abroad does not fit your planning: Due to close integration of the English-taught with the German-taught logistics programme, you can also make international contacts directly here in Schweinfurt, improve your English skills and compare logistics approaches worldwide.
This module overview applies to students having started their studies on 1 October 2017 or later. The module handbook contains a detailed description of each module.
Outdated module overviews are still available from the page Documents & Forms.Opens internal link in current window
General Examination Regulations (APO) and Study and Examination Regulations (SPO): The most important documents for your studies
You have questions about deadlines, procedures for exams, grades or the possibility to re-sit exams? Download the general examination regulations (APO) and study and examination regulations (SPO) currently valid for your degree programme. These documents will answer almost all your questions.
The module handbook contains detailed information about the modules of this degree programme:
- learning outcomes
- teaching contents
- module manager
- conditions of participation
- reading lists
The module handbook in the currently valid version is available from the page Documents & Forms.
The degree programme is modularised, i.e. it consists of different module courses. What is a module? What is a credit point? You find the explanations for these terms and many others in our FAQ on E-Learning. Login to E-Learning and registration in the course "Studien- und Prüfungsangelegenheiten/study and examination matters” is required.