• Logistics Summer School in June and August 2013

    In Logistics Summer School we talk about transport planning, supply chain management, logistics and purchase management. Summer School is an opportunity to refresh your knowledge in these topics, when you are a first year master student, studying in any other area or have just an open interest in it.

    The courses are financed by Archimedes and therefore free for participants. As the number of seats in auditoriums are limited, registration is required here.

    Summer School is in 4 module:

    I: Transport Planning 05-07.07.2013
         (in English, 2 ECTS)

    II: Supply Chain Management and IT 21-22.08.2013 - FULLY BOOKED!*
         (in Estonian, 1 ECTS)

    III: Logistics for Newbies 26-27.08.2013 - FULLY BOOKED!*
         (in English, 1 ECTS)

    IV: Purchase Management for Newbies 28.08.2013 - FULLY BOOKED!*
         (in Estonian, 0.5 ECTS)

    * All additional registrants will be in a waiting list and will be informed in case of available seats. Therefore, if you have registered and are not able to attend, please inform us asap at kalle dot uusmaa at ttu dot ee.

    It is possible to receive European Credits (ECTS) for participating the Summer School. For that it is required to take part in the whole module and to pass a test based on articles and lectures. See here for more details.

    Additional activities: company visits, social and educational events, see programme (will be updated).

    Overview of the lectors and their background is here.

    Main location:
    Tallinn University of Technology, Akadeemia tee 3, Tallinn, room X414

    Organised by
    Department of Logistics of Tallinn University of Technology

    Supported by the European Union



  • To provide an overview of the nature and most important elements of transport planning, logistics and supply chain management
  • To bring an opportunity to meet the best international and local lecturers and people from different businesses
  • To introduce TallinnTech Logistics specialities and provide participants the opportunity to take part in the introductory trainings


June and August, 2013