Bachelor in Logistic Management

At the right time, in the right quantity, in the right place and at the right (minimal) cost. The Logistics Management course prepares you for a successful logistics manager with excellent prospects. During the program you will gain more insight into the practical logistics environment and you will be able to make the right decisions to respond to trends and future assignments.


• Copy of High School or College Diploma (HAVO/VWO) and exam results or
• Copy of GED results and GED certificate
• Copy of ID card or Passport
• Proof of residency


After successful completion, you will receive an internationally accredited diploma.


The work of the logistics manager is at the heart of the organizations as they are the ones who ensure that manufacturers get the necessary raw materials and that the end products and services reach the end users or any other desired destination. Logistics managers steer the company towards its growth. Logistics Manager is required in every company, big or small.


At SMART you will experience the ease of studying in a fun and effective way. The teaching material is very interactive and enriched with real-life (business) cases, practical examples, videos, quizzes, extra explanations, and various educational exercises. We aim to prepare our students for the new world of innovation.

Duration: 36 months

Pricing: US$ 3.300 per year
or US$ 825 per quarter

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4/5 days of lessons

a week

8 - 10 hours of self-study



Everyone feels welcome at the SMART Caribbean courses and everyone belongs. The teachers do everything they can to guide you through your studies in a way that suits you. This requires your involvement and active commitment. Together we make education.

Characteristic of the education of SMART Caribbean is the attention to:

• The knowledge base of the training
• Practical assignments
• Your own professional identity

All these elements are always discussed during the training. At the start of your study, the emphasis is on developing knowledge and skills, but practicality is also discussed immediately. You learn to tackle real professional issues, in collaboration with fellow students, lecturers and professionals from the field. First you get a lot of guidance from your teacher, later you take matters into your own hands. During your studies you get to know yourself better and you discover what your unique qualities are as a professional.


Your study load is expressed in credits (EC) according to the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). For each subject it has been determined how many credits (EC) you will receive for this. If you follow the full Associate degree program, the following study load applies:

60 credits (EC) per year
2 years x 60 = 120 credits (EC) in total
1 credit (EC) stands for an average of 28 hours of study load


As a 3-year full-time program, the program has an average study load of 40 hours per week. You attend lectures on average four days a week and you also work on projects and practical components. Each academic year is divided into four periods of 11/12 teaching weeks. In the first year you will have lectures, projects, group assignments and exams. In addition, you focus on sharpening your skills, such as in the field of communication.


In the second year you will choose a specialization. Then you go deep into the material. You will attend lectures during your studies. You also carry out practical assignments, alone or with your fellow students.


In the final year you will choose a MINOR and you will spend a lot of time on your graduation report and graduation. Your MINOR has a total of 30 EC points.
Minors are offered to give students the opportunity to develop broadly. Society changes very quickly and it is important that you also have highly educated people who have a broad knowledge.


Not quite sure what you want to study yet? Request an advisory meeting with one of our study advisers. We are happy to help you with your choice.

In our support we make you aware of your capabilities, opportunities and challenges. Sometimes it becomes apparent during or even before the training that you have difficulty with a certain subject. Then it is useful to brush up on your knowledge of this. As a student, you will be assigned a coach (teacher) who will guide you through your studies and monitor your study progress. You can also contact the Student Affairs Office for support with specific problems.



The following subjects will be covered during the Bachelor program• Management and organisation
• Business Communication
• Business English
• ICT skills
• Introduction to Psychology
• Introduction HRM
• Introduction Operations Management
• Effective Leadership
• Behavior in organizations
• Introduction Finance Management
• Introduction Marketing Management
• Middle Management
• Logistics Management
• Purchasing management
• Project management
• Business Case
• Project management
• Presentation Techniques
• Logistic control
• Supply chain management
• Logistics chains and information tools
• Quality and process management
• Strategic management
• Data analysis
• Minor
• Graduation assignment: Internship + report



To take part in a study program, you will be required to pay a tuition fee. The tuition fee is split into two categories:

Statutory tuition fee
The statutory fee is US$ 3.300,- p/y (including registration fee and study material fee).
The statutory fee is a subsidized amount, especially for Caribbean students. You will be eligible for the statutory fee if you have the nationality of the following islands or countries: Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Belize, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Saint Barthelemy, Grenada, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Aruba, Curacao, Sint Maarten, Panama, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, Anguilla, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Montserrat, The Bahamas, Saba, and Sint Eustatius.

Institutional tuition fee
The institutional fee is US$ 7.450,- p/y (including registration fee and study material fee).
Students who do not meet the requirements for the statutory fee, pay the institutional fee. The institutional fee is not subsided and is, therefore, higher than the statutory fee.



SMART Caribbean offers flexible payment plans that allow students to spread the costs of their tuition fee in 4 installments per year.

US$ 825,- Per Quarter



Payments are accepted by bank transfer, or by debit and credit card via one of our payment partners – Stripe and PayPal.
If you have any queries regarding payment options, please send us an e-mail at [email protected]

SMART Caribbean is not affected by COVID-19 and continues without disruption


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