The Faculty of Maritime Studies and Transport
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Transport Technology and Logistics


The main objective of the first-cycle academic degree study programme of Transport Technology and Logistics is to provide students with learning opportunities for the construction of high-quality knowledge, skills, and competences in the broad field of transport-traffic-transport logistics. Graduates from this study programme may either seek employment or continue their studies in a second-cycle master's degree study programme. 

This study programme is based on the principles promoted by the Bologna Declaration, the European University Association (EUA), the European Federation of National Engineering Associations (FEANI), and the European Conference of Transport Research Institutes. The wide selection of elective courses and mobility opportunities enable the students to acquire knowledge, skills, and competences as well as employment qualifications comparable at the European level. 


By enrolling in this study programme, students will: 

  • acquire qualifications comparable to those provided by related study programmes in Europe,
  • be able to transfer to another related first-cycle degree study programme in Slovenia or abroad by transferring the ECTS credits earned,
  • be able to transfer between study programmes and modes of study,
  • be able to refer to the tutelage system to improve their learning conditions and progression rate.


The general competences acquired through this study programme are related to the fields of transport technology and logistics. More specifically, graduates will be able to:

- understand and provide creative solutions to professional problems,

- develop critical, analytical, and synthetic thinking skills,

- develop professional responsibility and ethics,

- communicate in professional contexts in written and oral form, including the use of professional English,

- use information-communication technologies,

- acquire lifelong learning skills,

- independently use theoretical knowledge to provide solutions to practical problems,

- work in teams, 

- develop communication skills and professional ethics in the complex world of transport technology, traffic, and transport logistics activities,

- follow the guidelines and standards of the Engineering Code of Practice,

- continue their studies in second-cycle master's degree study programmes.