Namibia University of Science and Technology Bachelor of Transport Management

Namibia University of Science and Technology Bachelor of Transport Management

What is Bachelor of Transport Management?

The Bachelor of Transport Management is a three – year degree programme that is aimed at equipping qualifying students with applied competencies in: understanding and interpretation of transport safety and traffic management, transport economics, management and regulatory principles.

Entry Requirements

General admission requirements of NUST including an E-symbol in Mathematics on NSSC(O). Mature Age Entry Applicants must score at least at least 50% in both English and Mathematics Proficiency Tests.

Frequently Asked Questions

What can you do with transport management?

Positions in transport management including road safety and infrastructure management, transport economics, legal framework and transport operations management.

Where can I study logistics in Namibia?

The Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management at the Namibia University of Science and Technology is designed to provide broad high level competencies that build on the learning outcomes of the Bachelor of Logistics Honours.

Can I be my own transport manager?

If you hold an operator’s licence, there can be a number of advantages to being your own Transport Manager: You save a wage that you would otherwise have to pay. You can keep a proper overview of your drivers and their adherence to their drivers’ hours, working time and continuing education.

How do I become a good transport manager?

  • Good personal management skills, maintaining strong working relationships with both drivers and clients.
  • Excellent communications skills.
  • The ability to handle large workloads, and juggle various tasks simultaneously.
  • A keen eye for detail.

Where can I work with a degree in transport and logistics?

  • Analyst.
  • Logistics Engineer.
  • Consultant.
  • Customer Service.
  • Purchasing Manager.
  • International Logistics Manager.
  • Inventory Manager.
  • Supply-Chain Manager.

What can I do with a Diploma in Transport Management?

Career opportunities in Airlines, Shipping Companies, Road Operations, Rail Operations, Freight Forwarding and Logistics Companies.

How many years does it take to study transport and logistics?

This course is a combination of theory and practical components. It develops the Certificate holder over a 3 year period to develop their various cognitive abilities in order to not only operate in the vocational field but also to be responsive to a dynamic, ever-changing economy.

What is transport management technology all about?

Students will learn about road construction, transport laws, domestic transportation systems, and the skills to design seamless road and transport networks within cities. Transport Management technology is also concerned with building and implementing internal and cross-plant supply and logistics chains

How long is a transport manager course?

The course is 10 days in total, which includes 2 revision days and 1 days of exams. Road Haulage or Passenger Transport Student Notes will be posted out to you.

Do you need a driving Licence to be a transport manager?

You need a professional qualification called the Transport Manager Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) to become a transport manager. You do not need a driving licence.

Which faculty is transport and logistics?

The Department of Logistics is one of several departments within Stellenbosch University’s Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences, and is also the oldest tertiary academic department in South Africa to provide training in transport and logistics.

How much do transport and logistics earn in South Africa?

The average logistics salary in South Africa is R 300 000 per year or R 154 per hour. Entry-level positions start at R 204 000 per year, while most experienced workers make up to R 3 640 675 per year.

What does transport economist do?

Transport economics is the study of the movement of people and goods over space and time. The aim is to work out the best ways of allocating resources so that the supply of transport services most effectively meets the demand.

Can I get a job with a higher certificate in logistics?

Students who pursue this qualification will attain these skills, allowing them to be employed as fully functioning employees in various logistics and supply chain positions.

Is the Transport Manager CPC hard?

How difficult is Transport Manager CPC? The Transport Manager CPC is a Level 3 qualification, so equivalent to an A-Level.