From January 2016 ITLS will offer a Masters, Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Management. Students currently enrolled on our Logistics Management degrees will be able to transfer to the newly titled degrees. This inclusion of Supply Chain in the degree titling reflects the current focus of these degrees which offer specialist skills to existing or aspiring supply chain professionals in applying the concepts, techniques and principles that underlie logistics and supply chain management; the relationships between business processes within and between organisations; using systems approaches to solve business problems; and managing the effects of current and future trends in supply chain management on business processes. Core units of study cover the foundations of logistics and supply chain management, supply chain planning and design, contemporary procurement, warehouse and inventory management, global freight logistics management, and global value chain networks. A range of elective units offer students the opportunity to study green operations and reverse logistics, humanitarian logistics, global information systems, aviation and maritime logistics, and infrastructure project appraisal and decision making.
From 7 July 2015 the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies will be based at the University’s ‘main’ Camperdown/Darlington campuses and therefore all our postgraduate coursework teaching in Intensive July and Semester 2 2015 sessions onwards will be delivered on the main campus, i.e., Camperdown/Darlington campuses.
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Why study at ITLS?
Our courses expose students to cutting-edge research and the latest industry developments, both nationally and internationally. Presented by world-leading academics and industry experts our courses provide graduates with a rigorous understanding of core management skills across transport planning, logistics and supply chain, infrastructure, ports and maritime logistics and aviation. Our highest performing students have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience through industry/work placement programs, including the Graduate Work Placement Program, ensuring they are industry-ready upon graduation.
Employed around the world, from China to Columbia, Norway to Tanzania, our graduates maintain a strong, and growing, alumni network. Whether their role is with a consultancy, investment bank, government agency, or multinational company, wherever our graduates are found, they are shaping the way people live by participating in decisions that enhance the prosperity, liveability and connectedness of our global society.
*Ranked number one supply chain and logistics management program in Australia and 27th in world’s top 100 (Eduniversal)
Non-award and cross-institutional study is available to external students who are not seeking an award (degree) from the University and wish to enrol in either a single or several units of study offered by the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies. All our units of study are available to external students.
Enrolment is via online application:
Semester 1, 2015 Orientation
Every semester ITLS invites its new students to attend an orientation day. Whether students are taking one elective unit of study at ITLS, or a full specialisation or degree, the orientation provides valuable guidance on what new students can expect at ITLS and will help to ensure that their studies are both enjoyable and successful. It is also a great opportunity for new students to meet ITLS staff and their fellow students. The program includes tips on preparing assignments, using the web as a research tool and using the library’s resources, as well as an overview of the units of study on offer at ITLS, an introduction to the Graduate Work Placement Program, and an opportunity to hear from ITLS graduates and to ask questions to lecturers in an open Q&A session. An informal pizza lunch is provided for students and staff. New students are emailed the details for each orientation to their University email address and a notice is posted on the home page of the ITLS website.
|ITLS6107||GIS for Transport & Logistics||Weekdays||Dr Adrian Ellison
Dr Richard Ellison
|ITLS6301||Ports Management||Weekdays||Professor Michael Bell|
Semester 1 (March to June)
|ITLS6005||Green Operations & Reverse Logistics||Weekdays||Alan Win|
|ITLS6105||Traffic & Mobility Management||Weekdays||Professor Michiel Bliemer|
Semester 2 (July to November)
If you are a current or prospective student looking for further information on ITLS courses please contact the Business School's Student Information Office.