Trade and logistics

Trade and logistics

Specialty

First cycle

Trade and logistics specialty at UEM in Warsaw – why is it worth it?

Why is it worth it?

FOR WHOM WAS THE SPECIALTY OF TRADE AND LOGISTICS CREATED?
This specialty is designed for people who want to become valued specialists in sales and supply departments in trading companies, and who want to be prepared for work in companies providing logistics services.

PRACTICAL ASPECT OF THE PROFESSION
Thanks to the specialty of trade and logistics you will gain knowledge and skills of:

  • running a trade business, including customer service and negotiations,
  • logistics services for commercial, service, and production enterprises,
  • economics, finance, legal and social foundations of business,
  • principles of effective enterprise management.

FUTURE-ORIENTED EDUCATION
The developing market for trade services needs more and more high-class specialists with higher education. At the same time, the supply of commercial entities is increasingly linked to the activities of logistics enterprises, which have revolutionised the functioning of the supply chains.

Courses

Courses

The programme of education of three-years full-time and part-time first-cycle studies (Bachelor) in Management includes the following courses:

COURSES OF THE SPECIALTY (obligatory):

Elements of the supply chain

International financial settlements

Organisation of commercial activities

Sales techniques and customer service

Merchandising of FMCG

Food commodities

Types and means of transport

Economics of logistics services

Logistics from a product perspective

Packaging in logistics

Organisation of storage and logistics centres

Diploma seminar

Product category management and purchasing process

Marketing of services

Distribution models and channels

Freight forwarding and international transport

Management of a foreign trade enterprise

BASIC AND MAJOR COURSES FOR MANAGEMENT STUDIES (OBLIGATORY):

English language

Mathematics

Microeconomics

Basics of law

Basics of management

Psychology

Logistics

Marketing research

Organisational science

Basics of finance and banking

Basics of marketing

Information technology

Workplace safety and ergonomics

Corporate finance

Statistics

Economic law

Accounting

Information systems in management

Quality management

Production and service management

Projects management

Market analysis

Databases

Consultation and writing the diploma thesis

Vocational training

Organisational behaviour

Environmental management

Human resources management