As a graduate of the Master’s program in Rail, Transport and Logistics, you have a profound knowledge of the interdependencies and intricacies of transport systems, transportation economy and city development. You can apply the most appropriate solutions to cities of different scales in terms of population, space, income, and terrain. Regardless of your chosen specialisation you are able to assess the methods most suitable to guarantee an affordable and sustainable transport network for freight and passengers by using the available resources as efficient as possible. To achieve this, you possess a profound knowledge in the field of planning, designing, and operating a transport system for both persons and goods.
You have the skills to use an integrated transport system approach, ranging from demand management, transport planning and infrastructure design to transport management and transport services. You are capable of applying the most common methods in statistics to analyse data transportation, logistics and railway engineering processes. Furthermore, your knowledge of traffic flows allows you to evaluate transport and logistics systems. During your work you are constantly aware of the relationship between transport, urban planning and city development.
Depending on the specialization students take either in Transportation, in Logistics or in Railway Engineering, they are equipped with a set of additional, specialised skills upon graduation.