Sign In

This page doesn't support Internet Explorer.

Die Absolventen mit Schwerpunkt Logistik werden so ausgebildet, dass sie sowohl auf die Aufgaben in der Unternehmenslogistik als auch auf die in internationalen Logistiknetzen vorbereitet sind. Im Bild zu sehen ein Student im Logistikbereich.

Industrial Engineering/Logistics

Bachelor of Engineering (B. Eng.)

Logistics is becoming increasingly important for the modern economy with its global production networks.Logistics links business divisions, suppliers and service providers to fulfil customers’ wishes on time, and to ensure a smooth production process.Industry, commerce and service providers are looking for comprehensively-trained graduates who are able to design and control complex logistics systems.This does not only apply for large companies, but for small and medium-sized enterprises as well.Industrial engineers specialising in logistics are just as useful in global production and logistics networks as they are in company-internal logistics operations.

Our seven semester degree programme in Industrial Engineering/Logistics (WL) offers you exactly the education you need for your career in logistics: excellent subject and methodological knowledge, planning and management of dynamic process chains, as well as developing your communication skills.The degree programme is characterised by its combination of technology, business studies and computer science.Jointly with Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences, Ulm University of Applied Sciences will help you become a commercially-thinking logistics specialist and train you for management positions requiring a demonstrable understanding of complex interrelationships. 

You can also take this degree programme with the Ulm Model or with in-depth practical experience.

Applications for this degree programme must be submitted to Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences

Apply now​​


Much of the practical training on the course takes place at Ulm University of Applied Sciences’ Institute of Organisation and Logistics (IBL).The IBL uses the very latest technology to give students at Ulm University of Applied Sciences the best possible preparation for “Industry 4.0”.The following video will give you an idea of what to expect.


Please apply for this degree programme via Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences. You can find more information on the prerequisiteshere.

Course schedule

The first four semesters will teach you the fundamentals of engineering, computer science and business studies.Depending on your interests, this can be extended by elective modules in engineering, business studies or in foreign languages.A practical semester follows in the fifth semester, where you will learn about logistics within a real company.Under specialist guidance, this will introduce you to independent, project-related working and enable you to make your first contacts with potential employers.In the sixth semester you will extend your knowledge with modules in business management and supply chain management.After successfully completing the examinations and the Bachelor thesis for this degree programme, you will be awarded the academic degree title “Bachelor of Engineering”.

As this is a joint degree programme, the business studies, legal and language subjects are taught at Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences and the scientific/technical and engineering subjects are taught at Ulm University of Applied Sciences.

Module list

"Ulm​ model" module list​

Career prospects

Industrial engineers find attractive employment in all economic sectors.Roles at the interface between technology and business are particularly relevant here.Logistics professionals (who are able to think and act across sectors while remaining focused on the process) are in great demand everywhere – whether in warehousing and transport logistics, production planning and control, in sales or in purchasing.As a graduate, you will be able to work in diverse sectors, from industry, commerce and shipping, right through to software houses and consulting companies.

A study by the Swiss research Institute Prognos showed that the logistics and transport sector is one of the seven economic sectors in Germany which will grow significantly by 2020.In line with this development, the economic area of Ulm/Neu-Ulm has, in recent years, become outstandingly important as a logistics location.As one of the most significant transport nodes in southern Germany, its excellent location is a huge advantage.The Bachelor's degree programme Industrial Engineering/Logistics will make you a sought-after candidate for businesses. Thanks to its interdisciplinary structure in general, technical and commercial fields of expertise, it will give you a competitive advantage on the jobs market.​

Certified quality

By deciding to undertake a quality-assured degree programme at Ulm University of Applied Sciences you are well prepared for the future.All the Bachelor's and Master's degree courses at Ulm University of Applied Sciences are accredited.As part of the accreditation, the feasibility of the degree programme, the contents of the course of study and the suitability of the course's graduates for the requirements of their future careers are assessed.This means that you will receive a degree qualification which is recognised and quality-certified, which will help you with the recognition of your degree programme – both nationally and internationally.The accreditation of the degree programmes at the Ulm University of Applied Sciences offers students and employers a reliable guide regarding the quality of the degree programmes. 


Course and examination regulations

Overview of all course and examination regulations
​The course and examination regulations define the conditions and legal requirements for a proper degree course.If you are taking this course "with in-depth practical experience", the same course and examination regulations apply.

Please note: if you are already a registered student at Ulm University of Applied Sciences, it might be that a different version of the course and examination regulations apply for you.The course and examination regulations which were in effect when you started your course are the ones which apply.If in doubt, please contact your .
Module handbook ​The module handbook describes the modules belonging to the degree course, their content, the intended learning outcomes, and the form of academic assessment.

Please note: the module handbook / module list is updated by March 1 for the relevant summer semester and by September 1 for the relevant winter semester, and is valid from this point onwards.Please contact your programme adviser if you have questions regarding earlier module descriptions.
Flyer for this degree programme ​The flyer contains information about course prerequisites, making an application, the structure and content of the course and on the professional profile.

Room: B212c
Prittwitzstraße 10
89075 Ulm
Fon: +49 731 96537-250
Mo.-Fr. 9:30am-11:30am


How do I apply for a degree program? – Student Services are happy to helpmore

Deciding what to study | School contacts | Student Advisory Service

Many questions arise during the process of deciding what to study, making an application and enrollment. Student Services are happy to help.more

Course procedure | Forms

What are the organizational considerations for my studies?more


Various fees are due upon enrollment at the Ulm University of Applied Sciences.more

IT-Services | THU-Card

Where do I have to go, who is responsible for what and what do I need to know?more

Apply now

We are pleased that you are interested in the studies in Industrial Engineering/Logistics.more