Georgi from Romania

The bachelor program is exactly what the name shows: international through all the students from different countries and cultures who are studying it and all the global companies where you can have the chance to work afterwards and a combination between engineering skills and management knowledge that you definitely need in practice.
I would say that one of the key points in this program is the hands-on experience that most of us acquire through field excursions or case study competitions and through what could be also called a competitive advantage – our full semester internship. I am currently doing mine in Gran Canaria,Spain for the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, by combining two of my main interests: logistics and humanitarian aid. Furthermore, here, I realize how useful are all the procurement, distribution, supply chain and warehouse and inventory management concepts that we already learnt in our classes.