Logistics & International Trade – IBA (Bachelor) - Hosted By tandek
About Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences
Wittenborg mission is:
To promote excellence in teaching and learning international business and management, as well as to create the best environment for students and staff, where internationalization, diversity and ethics lay the foundations of successfully applied, research-informed global learning.
With the main campus based in Apeldoorn, Wittenborg University introduces students to organizations in the local area and region, enhancing the region’s economy, cultural and social climate. The Amsterdam location enables, Wittenborg University to support international entrepreneurs coming to the Netherlands, with a tailored, entrepreneurial bachelor’s program. Enter Wittenborg and you enter a highly motivated and results-driven organization operating in a diverse and multicultural environment, in which more than 100 nationalities work, study, innovate and socialize together. Wittenborg believes that learning should be an enjoyable process that allows you to develop your goals and aspirations, and provides you with the constant support and the required study pressure to achieve those targets.
Wittenborg graduates are world citizens; they nurture respect and have a sense of achievement. They have developed ambition and pride themselves in excellence. They are the greatest ambassadors of Wittenborg.
Many Bachelor of International Business Administration students are motivated by the opportunities of doing trade between their own country and countries in Europe or Asia and this IBA specialization is suited to those students who are intending to work in the field of cross border transactions, trade and transportation.
Logistics and International Trade involves purchasing, materials management, inventory control, warehousing, transport and distribution. Logistics supports effective and efficient supply chain management by integrating the flow of materials and goods from the initial purchase of raw materials through to final delivery of a product to customers. Logistics and international trade students will be introduced to the supply chain, both in theory and in practice.
Today, supply chain management is also concerned with the management of the return of goods or packaging to manufacturers as part of global awareness of the environment and conservation. This is known as reverse logistics and it is becoming increasingly relevant to business.
English is increasingly the language of international business and trade. The combination of subject knowledge and good English language skills students develop on the IBA programme will give you a distinct advantage in the international job market, either in the Netherlands or world-wide.
There are many jobs available for you in business, trade, public service, finance, marketing, management, retailing and the leisure industry. Some of our most successful graduates have even started their own businesses and many go on to postgraduate study, either here at Wittenborg or elsewhere.
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