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Joint Master in Digital Logistics Management

Degree awarded
Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)

Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau, Hochschulring 1, 15745 Wildau, Germany

+49 (0) 3375 / 508 - 300

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Type of course

Language of tuition

Length of course
4 Semesters

Date of commencement
Winter semester

Tuition fees
For Georgian residents - 8000 Euro
All other applicants - 14000 Euro

Student grants / Financial assistance
There are three types of funding for the program:

  • CU-DLM Grant covers the tuition fee of the full program, totaling 2,000 euros.(for residents)
  • AState grant that will finance 780 euros (for residents)
  • DAAD Grant: Awarded in the second year of study, this grant amounts to 11,800 euros in total.

Admission requirements
See below / opposite

Application deadline
To apply:

Major recruiters of graduates of our programmes
Silknet, UGT, Georgian National Communications Commission, ALTA, Propaganda, Pixel, ITDC, Algorithm, Iberia Business Group, Georgian’s Innovation and Technology Agency, Pro Service, Softline, Musicbox, Omedia, Orient Logic, Unit, Zeten, Mygps, Association of Labor Safety, Health and Environmental Protection of Georgia, Sweeft Georgia, Scientific Cyber Security Association (SCSA), Ministry of Defense Cyber Security Bureau, Internet Development Initiative, Information Security Association, Cyber Security Education Research Center, Digital Governance Agency

Contact details for application
Programme coordinator
Prof. Dr. George Doborjginidze
Georgian Logistics Association
11/23 Atoneli Str
0105 Tbilisi, Georgia
Office: +(99532) 210 27 01
Mob.: + (995 577) 473 332
Mob 2: +(372) 547 08 816

Local coordinator
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Frank Gillert
Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau

Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau, Germany
Caucasus University, Georgia

Joint Master in Digital Logistics Management, M.Eng.

The international master's programme Digital Logistics Management (DLM) combines technical, technological and business management content to teach the digital transformation of logistics and supply chain processes in technical terms, taking a holistic view (interdisciplinary view, i.e. legal and organisational interdependencies as well as questions of acceptance are essential components of the transformation processes) of personnel leadership culture, project management as well as sustainable development.

Learning Objectives

Students will be able to analyse logistics systems and specify system requirements as well as develop and evaluate suitable technical (especially digital) solutions and select those that best meets these requirements. Graduates will be able to:

a. define technical and economic requirements for logistics systems from both physical and information and communication technology (ICT) incl. Internet of Things (IoT) / Industry 4.0,

b. compile modern project management methods such as agile project management (Scrum) including the creation of requirement and functional specifications for the various logistics systems within the scope of a project and apply their quality from a planning, operational and manufacturing perspective and conduct holistic risk assessment (economic, technical, social),

c. Understand the functionality of ICT solutions for the digital transformation of material flow and / or transport systems, specify requirements for these and select and evaluate suitable system solutions,

d. Identify challenges in collaborative projects for the realisation of conceptual system solutions, regardless of the type of logistics process, and apply methods and strategies for overcoming them in a targeted manner, as well as promote cooperation between the operating, planning and manufacturing companies.

Strengths of the program:

  • A unique international program, created by German specialists, tailored to the requirements of the local and international market
  • Joint Master's, International Diploma, which allows employment in high-paying positions in both local and international markets
  • Multidisciplinary curriculum with theoretical and practical elements covering business, management and information technology subjects
  • Program content that enables students to analyze and solve logistical problems with integrated and systematic approaches in companies
  • Case studies and review of learning based on advanced international best practices provided by invited experienced German professors and top managers of leading international companies
  • Advanced logistics lab and hands-on training using unique software (PTV Visum / Vissim / Vistro, SAP ERP, AnyLogic)
  • Lecture courses in 3rd semester training in Germany; Possibility of Internship in the 4th Semester in German companies
  • Work on a master thesis under the guidance of a German professor
  • Funding travel and living expenses for successful students in Germany in the 3rd semester with DAAD scholarships. On average, up to 2-4 students will be funded annually

TH Wildau Ratings:

TH Wildau- in top-12 amongst German logistics universities of applied sciences
  • Most service-friendly university ", INSM study 2007
  • "Library of the Year" 2012
  • Funding initiative “Innovative University” 2017
  • 3rd place in the StudyCheck university ranking 2018
  • Corporate Health Award 2019 - Special Prize for Healthy University

Admission requirements
  • Bachelor's degree in relevant fields. For detailed information regarding the relevant degree, please click the link.
  • The Unified Masters Exam (For Georgian Citizens);
  • The internal entrance written exam (includes components of English comprehension and writing according to B2 level and logical and quantitative reasoning questions). Test Sample;
  • The internal oral exam/interview with the Joint Academic Committee (JAC

About Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau

The university opened its doors in 1991 with just 17 students on the mechanical engineering degree programme. Today there are about 3,300 students, ensuring that the Technische Hochschule Wildau - Technical University of Applied Sciences (“TH Wildau” for short) keeps its familiar atmosphere.

On a modern and compact campus with a direct rail connection to Berlin, aspiring academics enjoy an ideal environment for their studies in a range of disciplines covering the natural sciences, engineering, economics, law, business administration and management

Degree programmes at a university of applied sciences are very practically oriented. The practical orientation of our degree programmes and teaching is one of our distinctive characteristics.

Students can carry out practical exercises and experiments with top-quality laboratory and computer technology. An optimal study environment allows creativity and enthusiasm for research to flourish.

Since 2001, TH Wildau has been among the strongest research universities in Germany. Academics are working in over 40 research groups dealing with the latest topics in applied and fundamental research.

This has given the university its reputation as a centre of excellence in key scientific disciplines. The university specialises in the research fields of applied biosciences, information technology/telematics, optical technologies/photonics, production and materials, transport and logistics as well as management and law.

About School of Technology (CST), Caucasus University,

The history of the Caucasus School of Technology (CST) begins in 2008, and its mission is to prepare competitive specialists in accordance with the latest requirements of the field, who will have the theoretical knowledge of the field and the skills necessary for research and practical activities.

In order to achieve all this, the school creates a comfortable learning environment, uses learning methodologies proven in the leading universities of the West, develops programs relevant to the field with the participation of highly qualified academic staff.

Caucasus School of Technology offers academic programs designed according to international standards that meet the requirements of the local and international labor market. When developing the programs, the recommendations of the leading specialists and professors of the partner foreign universities are also taken into account.

Currently, the Caucasus School of Technology offers undergraduate and graduate programs created with an innovative approach.

The Caucasus School of Technology also conducts scientific research activities in the areas of information security, telecommunications and microelectronics.

Our team constantly works to offer you interesting programs and create comfortable environment for learning.