The first lecture of the master's program in digital logistics management, which is jointly implemented by TH Wildau and the Caucasus School of Technology, took place at Caucasus University on September 26.
The students of the first intake were met by: Giorgi Doborjginidze, the head of the digital logistics management master's program and chairman of the logistics association, Shota Nizharadze, the dean of the Caucasus School of Technology, and Michael Herzog, professor of TH Wildau. The representatives of the universities congratulated the students on the start of the academic year and wished them success in their professional development. The first lecture was conducted by TH Wildau professor Michael Herzog.
It should be noted that the joint master's program in digital logistics management awards a joint diploma and is implemented with the support of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and in cooperation with the Georgian Logistics Association (GLA).
The English-language master's program is the first in the region, which is implemented in the field of logistics management. It is unique in its content, multidisciplinary curriculum, which makes it possible to train high-ranking professionals in various fields. Due to its convenient logistics location, Georgia has the greatest potential to become a regional logistics hub. Which emphasizes once again the fact that the demand for qualified staff in the market will increase and it is important to have professional staff in the field.
TH Wildau University is the leading university in the field of logistics in Germany, on the land of Brandenburg, near Berlin. It is one of the most innovative educational-scientific centers in Germany, and was named one of the top five scientific institutions in Germany last year. It focuses on theoretical and practical knowledge of the relationship between business administration and technical disciplines, as well as the latest information and communication technologies. In terms of scientific research, it cooperates with such giants in the field of technology and logistics as: Mercedes Benz, BMW, Siemens, Bombardier, Airbus, Rolls Royce Sony, Fujitsu, ABB, DB Schenker, DHL, Fiege.