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Prague Přerov Bratislava

Study the field of the future

Thanks to the expansion of international trade and the rapid growth of e-commerce, the logistics department is gaining more and more importance in modern society. At present, the trade, transport and storage sector accounts for up to 15% of global GDP. As a result, pressures for accurate deliveries of goods, services and information are increasing, with the demand for trained logistics professionals higher than ever before. The Covid-19 pandemic has further highlighted the lack of quality people in the industry. For this reason, we record great interest in our graduates, which will continue to grow in the future. In addition, each student can choose what interests them in logistics, as the Logistics program (Bc.) Is divided into three specializations - Logistics in Transport, Logistics in Services and Informatics for Logistics.

The study program is taught only in the Czech language.

Logistics (Bc.)

Professional orientations


Logistics in transport

Gain comprehensive knowledge of logistics and its application in various modes of transport.


Logistics in services

Become an expert in using logistics in planning and providing services in the public and private sectors.


Informatics for logistics

Become an expert in the field of information support of logistics processes.

Advantages of studying at VŠLG

Field of the Future

Logistics is one of the most promising fields in the world

Elite teachers

You will be taught by managers and owners of logistics and transport companies

Internships during the studies

Possibility of internships with our partners such as DLH, Schneider Logistics or ŠKODA.

No more learning by heart

More critical thinking and practical experience.

Erasmus +

Possibility to travel to dozens of countries.

Three cities

It is possible to study in Prague, Bratislava and Přerov

Study program partners

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the difference between specializations? +

    All three specializations are based on the same basis, and therefore identical subjects are taught in the first two semesters. However, from the third semester, individual specializations differ in the choice of compulsory subjects and compulsory electives. For example, in the Transport Logistics specialization, a student may choose to study subjects such as Transport Infrastructure or Air Transport Logistics, while a student in the Logistics in Services specialization has a choice of subjects such as Service and Business Logistics, Strategic Management and others.
  • In which cities is it possible to study Logistics (Bc.)? +

    We currently have three educational centers, in Prague, Přerov and Bratislava.
  • Does part-time study last 3 years in Slovakia? +

    Yes, thanks to Czech accreditations, part-time study is not extended even in Slovakia. This means that the length of study is 3 years instead of 4 years as at other Slovak universities.
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23. 5. 2024Bratislava
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