Master of Mobility and Supply Chain Engineering (MSc)


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About Master of Mobility and Supply Chain Engineering at KU Leuven

Logistics and traffic keep our modern world moving. Just think of the increase in self-driving cars and trucks, or the transport pressures of e-commerce: we live in a super dynamic logistic machine. You click 'buy it now' and an automated warehouse springs into action. Within 24 hours your purchase is at your front door, the last step in a complex supply chain. Modern traffic systems increasingly pursue logistics and optimisation: from fleet management of shared cars and bikes to enterprises that provide integrated mobility-as-a-service.Governmental planning agencies and public transport operators cooperate with trendy firms to consign the use of unsustainable private cars to the history books.

What is the programme all about? 

Our society demands engineers that are ambitious, critical, creative, alaytical and open-minded. Those who fully understand the many technological possibilities to make mobility and logistics cleaner, safer, more reliable, more customized and more efficient.

The Master Logistics and Traffic trains you in traffic and intelligent transportation systems and in logistics and transportation. The programme equips you to understand the complex interaction between logistics and traffic and explores techniques for optimising processes them through the application and consequence management of new, smart transportation technologies.

Find out more about this unique programme in Belgium.


Programme outline

  • a remedial programme (max. 15 credits), building enabling skills for transport engineers
  • a common core programme which is required for all students (58 credits):- a logistics track in which you learn how transportation stakeholders optimise decisions- a traffic track where you analyse, plan and design interactions among decision makers within the transportation infrastructure- some courses fuse elements of both tracks
  • general interest courses (9-13 credits)
  • elective courses from list of additional courses or free choice (min. 10 and max 29 credits)
  • and a master’s thesis (24 credits), crucial to enable you to develop deeper knowledge, understanding, capabilities and attitudes in a topic of your choice.


Many of the master’s theses are in collaboration with a company and several courses are taught by visiting professors.



  • Promising career path: this programme has a high scientific quality, diverse content, dynamic and committed teaching staff and management team and the demand for the graduates’ profile is very high.
  • Specialist: within Belgium we have a unique programme combining traffic and logistics. The programme responds to a societal need, which translates into an industrial opportunity. The mix of mandatory and elective courses enables you to become a specialist in logistics and traffic engineering and in one area of your choice.
  • Europe at your doorstep: at the Faculty of Engineering Science, students are given the opportunity to complete one or two semesters of their degree within the Erasmus+ programme at a European university, or a university outside Europe. Students are also encouraged to carry out industrial and research internships abroad under the supervision of the Internship Coordinator.

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