Start now, come later

You can be sure of having made the right choice with this study course! You will be studying in a highly modern and state-of-the art environment at our new study location Rhineland in Leverkusen, right next to the two major cities Cologne and Düsseldorf.

If you are unsure whether you will be able to come to Germany this October, rest assured that you can start your course on time. All our lectures are still taking place even under the current difficult circumstances. You can access them from anywhere – even if you are not yet in Germany!

In the winter semester 2020 you will have the unique opportunity to complete your first semester in a digital format, with plenty of room for reflection and individual support. You will be able to follow the lectures taking part in Germany online, in the form of live and interactive video chats together with students from all over the world! And at the right time for you, you can seamlessly continue your studies in Germany. Come and meet all your professors and fellow students in person. And of course, experience student life in Germany!

If you decide to start your studies in a digital format, we will refund you 1,500 € as soon as you arrive in Germany!

What do you say? Are you in? Then let us know by the 31st of August 2020!

We are looking forward to meeting you! If you have any questions, we’d love to hear from you. Don’t hesitate to ask!

Here you can download all the information:

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Process Start now come later
With this application process wen want to ensure that you can start your studies in the coming winter semester, with options to different entries.

Logistics – the Key to Success!

The world of business is becoming increasingly globalized and taking on a new degree of complexity. Logistics and supply chain management are rapidly assuming a critical role in the success of enterprises and organizations. Logistics management is primarily focused on the optimization of logistics processes within an organization, while integrated supply chain management is aimed at optimizing processes even beyond organizational boundaries. Supply chain management is concerned with global planning and the controlling of networks. The value creation chain runs the gamut from the source of raw materials to the end-consumer. It is also aimed at reversing the flow of used materials and goods to recycling and disposal processes. Supply chain managers are responsible for the analysis, optimization, and development of business and material flow trails as well as for the associated information flow. 

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Mitarbeiterin Sarah Grenzler

Sarah Grenzler


Research Assistant technology and economy


E-Mail: sarah.grenzler[at]srh.de
Phone: +49 2381 9291-155

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