Business Management (Logistics and Operations) BSc (Hons); Cardiff University
This programme allows students to specialise in the broad area of Logistics and Operations Management. The programme reflects the evolution of the study of logistics from its original context of transport to its present setting of business logistics.
The subject is now well established with a solid basis in theory and research. The programme also reflects developments in the business world where the mode of transport is considered less important than the process involved in managing the supply chain.
Founded by the Royal Charter in 1883, Cardiff University is a dynamic and successful centre of higher education with an international reputation for high quality teaching and research. Government assessments of both teaching and research quality rate Cardiff very highly and students have access to state-of-the-art computer systems and over 1.5 million books in the University’s impressive libraries and resource centres.
Cardiff University is a 5-minute walk from the Cardiff city centre. Cardiff as the capital city of Wales is home to many national attractions including the National Museum of Wales and the much admired Millennium Stadium. Cardiff is a student friendly city and is extremely accessible by road, rail and air.
- A member of the elite Russell Group of Universities
- Most of the University’s student residential accommodation is within easy walking distance of lecture theatres, libraries and the student union, saving our students time and money.
- Rent for student residences are among the lowest in the UK, according to a survey by the National Union of Students.
- International students make up approximately 17 percent of the total student population.
- With over 28,000 students, the Cardiff University academic community is the size of a small town.
- Research is undertaken in each of the 27 Schools and at any one time there are more than 1,700 research contracts in operation.
- 60% of research is classed as world-leading or internationally excellent (2008 Research Assessment Exercise)