Begin your exciting global career in sustainable logistics and supply chain management, export or import operations.
Learn about supply chain operations, purchasing, inventory, distribution and business management with Victoria University's industry-respected logistics courses.
You could specialise in importing, procurement, customs, inventory flow and control, shipping, distribution and supply chain analytics. Our industry-focused courses in supply chain and logistics range from TAFE to degree and postgraduate studies, so you can start your study journey with a course that suits your current experience and education.
Get ahead in the fast-paced world of business with a Bachelor of Business degree from Victoria University. Focus your studies in one of our specialisations and learn fundamental skills you can apply in any sector. Gain valuable industry experience through work placements.
Gain a competitive edge with VU’s double masters degree in Business (Enterprise Resource Planning Systems) and Supply Chain Management.
Aim for a leading role in the supply-chain and logistics industry, with the respected Master of Business (Supply Chain Management).
COVID-19 has impacted infection control standards in a range of organisations and industries across the country. Learn essential skills and knowledge to decrease the risk and transmission of infection while undertaking your daily duties, with the Infection Control Skill Set (Transport and Logistics) course at Victoria University Polytechnic.
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Studying supply chain & logistics at VU
At Victoria University (VU), we want you to follow your passion and excel in the industry you've always dreamed of.
We're one of Australia's most industry-connected institutions, and are one of the top 2% of universities in the world.
You'll learn from leading industry professionals who combine theory with practice to prepare you for your career from day one.
My course allowed me to hit the ground running. I had all the required knowledge and skills to understand warehousing and logistics terminology whilst being able to use the Microsoft office suite and SAP to an advanced level.
Many of our graduates gain employment in the following roles:
- account analyst
- business analyst
- freight forwarding and customs officer
- international marketing
- logistics coordinator
- operations manager
- operations worker
- procurement or distribution manager
- purchasing officer
- supply chain manager
- trade negotiator
- warehousing and inventory controller.