What will I learn?

Logistics management is one of the foundation blocks of any successful business. With the onslaught of globalization, logistics management has become more complex and face stiff challenges. It entails a wide variety of activities as global enterprizes need to integrate the flow of goods from the suppliers, through their facilities, on to their customers. Proper performance of logistics functions can thus contribute to both lower costs and enhanced customer service. Unless an organization can manage and coordinate the movement of materials, information and cash through its business, and those of partner organizations, it is unlikely to outperform its competitors. With Malaysia's strategic development in the logistics sector, such as, business expansion in air cargo hub, container port, as well as in service industries like airlines, couriers and banks, the market demand for logistics professionals is tremendous.

Typical problems in this area will include supply chain design (materials handling, facility location, plant layout, integrated production systems, warehousing, pricing, service support), supply chain operations (inventory control, third-part logistics, transportation and freight operations, air cargo systems, routing, network optimization, distribution channels) and tactical issues (item tracking). Universiti Kuala Lumpur has risen to this challenge by offering programmes that prepare graduates with knowledge of the strategic and economic principles of the efficient flow of materials, information, capital and products through the whole distribution network.

Programme Objectives:

This programme is designed to produce highly qualified personnel in Logistics, transportation and distributions who:

  • are knowledgeable and competent in the various area of logistic and transportation and management functions
  • have entrepreneurial skills
  • are able to solve problems
  • are up to date with business and technology trends

Programme Outcomes:

At the end of the respective course of study, the graduates should able to:

  • explain the theory and concept of logistics, transportation and distribution management and operations
  • explain, analyze and discuss the subject of logistics, transportation and distribution management and organizations
  • handle and resolve logistics and transportation daily operational problems
  • manage a team to do logistics and transportation industry's projects
  • communicate effectively and professionally within the industry circles

Career Path

Students can look forward for future employment in the following industries:

  • Manufacturing
  • Port Operators
  • Logistics Companies
  • Transportation Companies
  • Training Institutions
  • Consultancy Firms
  • Government Agencies

Which department am I in?

Universiti Kuala Lumpur Malaysian Institute of Industrial Technology (UniKL MITEC)

Study options

Full Time (3 years)

Tuition fees
RM14,700.00 (US$ 3,527) per year

*Price shown is for indicative purposes, please check with institution

Start date

30 September 2019


Universiti Kuala Lumpur Malaysian Institute of Industrial Technology (UniKL MITEC)

Jalan Persiaran Sinaran Ilmu,

Bandar Seri Alam,



81750, Malaysia

Entry requirements

For international students

All international students must have completed at least 11 years of previous education and obtained a Higher Secondary School certificate equivalent to ‘O' Level. Entry requirements may vary from country to country.

Students need to meet the minimum English language proficiency requirements as follows:

IELTS - 5.0

TOEFL- 500 (PBT); 167 (CBT); 58 (IBT)


About this uni

1 university-14 institutes -131 programmes-2636 staff-over 25,000 students; 48,276 graduates - this is Universiti Kuala Lumpur.

  • Malaysia’s leading university for engineering education
  • Accredited and globally recognised programmes
  • Affordable course fees
  • Dedicated support for international students