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M.B.A Logistics & Shipping Admissions 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

Master of Business Administration in Logistics & Shipping


Are you thinking to do a Management course in Logistics & Shipping? Do you want to work in the Logistics & Shipping sector? Here, you will get complete information regarding M.B.A Logistics & Shipping course. Learn about this management course in detail such as eligibility criteria, course duration, admission process and job opportunities.

Course Name: M.B.A Logistics & Shipping
Group:
Stream: Business & Management
Course Category: Management
Logistics
Duration: 18 months

Eligibility Criteria

The minimum qualification required to pursue M.B.A Logistics & Shipping course is a Graduation degree in any discipline from a recognized college or university.

The minimum duration of M.B.A Logistics & Shipping course is 18 months which is 12 months Class room study + 3 months guaranteed Internship + 3 months of Project Work.

Admission Process

Aspiring students seeking admission to this Management program are required to clear an entrance examination followed by Group Discussion.

Entrance examination

To get admission in Management colleges and institutes, the candidates need to clear a common entrance examination. Some of the common entrance examination are as follows:

  • CAT (Common Admission Test)
  • MAT (Management Aptitude Test)
  • XAT (Xavier Aptitude Test)
  • CMAT (Common Management Admission Test)
  • SNAP (Symbiosis National Aptitude)

Type of course

M.B.A Logistics & Shipping is a PG Management course with emphasis on logistics and shipping sector.



Colleges offering M.B.A Logistics & Shipping course in India

College NameUniversityState
Indian Institute of LogisticsInstitute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India (ICFAI) UniversityKerala

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Course Introduction

M.B.A Logistics & Shipping is a postgraduate management education program. There are two main formats of M.B.A programs are available in India. General Management course (General M.B.A) and specialization (sector specific M.B.A) course. M.B.A Logistics & Shipping is a sector / industry specific course.

In General M.B.A., general management subjects are covered. Sector specific management course covers specialization subjects along with general management. M.B.A Logistics & Shipping Management course is one such industry / sector specific management education course. This sector focuses on two sectors - Logistics & Shipping Management.

Logistics is the activity of transporting goods to the customers. To make logistics operation more efficient, principles of management and administration is applied. Logistics management is a part of supply chain management.

Career prospects and job opportunities

To meet the requirements of the logistics, shipping and supply chain management sectors, M.B.A in Logistics & Shipping Management course has been designed. To make the management professionals capable in managing logistics and shipping operations and organizations is the main aim of this management course.

Some of the prime recruiters of postgraduates is the Logistics companies, shipping industry and supply chain management firms. Consultation agencies in logistics and supply chain management are also known to recruit postgraduates.

After successful completion of M.B.A Logistics & Shipping Management course, candidates can find jobs in the following work setups:
  • Logistics Companies
  • Shipping Companies
  • Import-Export Firms
  • MNCs and Business Houses
  • Consultation Agencies


M.B.A Logistics & Shipping Admissions for 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

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