MLL Project Coordinator: Poznan School of Logistics

WSL, the School of Logistics based in Poznań, is Poland’s first non-public institution providing education in logistics. The school was established in 2001 and offers bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes in the following specializations:

- bachelor’s degree programme in logistics (specialization: logistics of trade and distribution, transport and logistics, e-commerce, logistics system engineering, IT systems in logistics)

- bachelor’s degree programme in management (specialization: logistics management in SME, occupational safety and health management, ecologistics),

- master’s degree programme in logistics (specializations: designing logistics processes, logistics management, sales management, business logistics, management in transport and logistics businesses, finance and accounting in logistics companies).

WSL offers dual studies (on bachelor, engineering and master level) which brings together studies and paid traineeship in a logistics company. Eight post-graduate programmes are available. A new highlight on offer is MBA in Logistics & Supply Chain Management,

Th current number of WSL students 2000, respectively:

- around 1 500 students enrolled in bachelor’s degree program,

- around 500 enrolled in master’s degree programme



The MIAS School of Business has been established at the Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU) in 1992, reviving the tradition of research and education in economics, business and language studies, which has been an integral part of the oldest European technical university since 1919 as its School of Commerce.

Alongside the eight Engineering Faculties of CTU (Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Power Engineering, Nuclear Science, Architecture, Transportation, Biomedical Engineering, Information Technology), and in close cooperation with them, MIAS has focused primarily on interdisciplinary and complementary disciplines, including economics, management studies, language studies, regional development, engineering pedagogy and history.

Since inception, the core activities of MIAS have included teaching in publicly accredited Degree Programs, granting its graduates corresponding undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degrees. From 1994 through 2014, a total of 678 students also graduated from a highly successful joint MBA program with Sheffield Hallam University. Over 100 in-house teaching and research staff supplemented by a number of visiting lecturers, supervisors and professional consultants currently teach 1,300 students in Degree Programs at MIAS.


Faculty of Eonomics in Osijek (Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek) from Croatia is a higher education and scientific institution, which through educational process and scientific-research work in the field of economics and business economics creates competent individuals capable of dealing with various challenges of the environment. We acquire and critically evaluate scientific knowledge, and gain new knowledge by conducting scientific research in the field of economics and related sciences and implement such new knowledge in the economy and the public sector with the aim of developing the environment. Faculty of Economics in Osijek was founded in 1961 and today provides university education studies on following levels: undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate specialist and postgraduate doctoral studies. Study programmes are structured in such a way as to provide education in economics as a primary body of knowledge, as well as supplementary knowledge for economists and non-economists. Our school provides different possibilities for student and staff mobility primarily through ERASMUS+ program. Mora about Faculty of Economics could be found on our official web site.

Faculty of Logistics University of Maribor
We are a national leader and an internationally recognized academic and research institution in the field of logistics and supply chain. We strive for useful, practical and innovative study and to provide graduates with knowledge that offers good employment prospects. To meet this end, we foster close and long-term partnerships with key business entities providing logistics services in Slovenia, which is essential for achieving our mission and goals. At the same time, our scientific researches and their results provide support to the economy in meeting its challenges.
We deliver accredited study programmes at all three Bologna levels. Study programmes are designed in line with current trends, while the interdisciplinary nature of logistics provides our students with a broad understanding of logistic processes and systems. Students are given the opportunity of a quality transfer of knowledge, the emphasis being on the encouragement of critical thinking.

Óbuda University is a dynamic and prosperous institution in Budapest, in the heart of Hungary. The Óbuda University has always been a prestigious center for the education of electrical and mechanical engineers, as well as light industry engineers, but more recently it has also played a significant role in the education of IT professionals and managers. The number of students exceeds ten thousand. The university has a great potential for development, which is well reflected in the growing number of doctoral schools.

The Keleti Faculty of Management is the faculty responsible for the MLL program.

The faculty offers training in accordance with the Bologna System. The first level in the new educational structure is undergraduate education (BSc, BA). Such undergraduate courses focus on the practical vocational training and skills required by potential employers, while providing a good foundation for a higher level of theoretical knowledge, allowing students to pursue their studies in a master’s degree (MSc, MA) if desired. In the linear training system, such a masters program usually takes 4 semesters. Business Development is the Mastrers plrogram the MLL module is incorporated into.

The great strength of the faculty is that it offers practice-oriented education and strives to apply the latest technologies in its educational practice. International simulation games (online and offline) are also part of the curriculum. In addition, they have been helping Hungarian and international student groups to master the content of the courses through offline board games and other gamification methods for at least 10 years.

For each student, hybrid education is not only an option but an integral part of their studies. We offer an e-learning environment and curriculum for at least 10% of the subjects in each program. Moreover, the online content of the courses is often open to external partners through the KMOOC environment (