AASTMT

College of International Transport & Logistics

(Alexandria – Sheraton – Smart Village- Dokki – Aswan – Port-Said)

 

Welcome to the College of International Transport and Logistics (CITL). Everyone involved with our college is united by a common desire to make the world a better place. Through our campuses you can experience the vibrant exchange of ideas, diverse events, compelling stories, and thoughtful analysis and research that happen every day on our campus.

CITL is the professional body for everyone in the logistics, supply chain management, international transport, trade and related industries. It is considered an educational center for logistics excellence in the Middle East and North African regions.

The educational programs in CITL are designed to meet the needs of our international student body, we are truly proud of our diverse student population from Egypt, the Arab countries and Africa. Our programs are constantly updated to meet the modern business needs and professional practice.

If you're not yet a member of CITL community, we are excited that you will learn more about our deeply mission-driven school – its accomplishments, our aspirations, and our capacity to do so much more to solve critical problems facing people across Egypt, the Arab World, Middle East and Africa.

 College of International Transport and Logistics (Arabic – English)

  •  International Trade Logistics Management Department.
  • Transport Logistics Management Department.
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management Department.  
  • Duration: 4 years (8 semesters)

Total Credit Hours : 144

 

Prospective Careers

In the fields of transport, logistics, supply chain management and trade, there are hundreds of potential career paths. A graduate’s career path will be largely influenced by his/her skills, interests, and personal decisions. It will also be impacted by the size, type, geographic scope, and organizational structure of the firm s/he chooses to work for.

A logistics graduate’s career path can focus on a wide variety of functional areas. Some of these include:

  • Logistics planning and analysis
  • Transportation management
  • Warehouse operations management
  • Imports and exports management
  • Inventory planning and control
  • Purchasing and materials management
  • International logistics management
  • Production planning and operations
  • Supply chain management
  • Customers service management
  • Insurance management
  • Stock markets
  • Information systems and control
  • Logistics services marketing and sales
  • Air transport operations management
  • Freight forwarding companies
  • Shipping lines
  • FMCGs companies

 Any number of these areas can be combined under the responsibility of a single logistics executive. It is important to realize that not all organizations have a logistics department. Some organizations spread logistics functions across multiple departments. As a result, a graduate’s career path may weave through marketing, manufacturing, operations, and/or specific product divisions. In these unique situations, the graduate will still perform logistics functions and it may end up as the Vice President of logistics or transport operations or supply chain management.

 

For more details, please contact:

 http://www.aast.edu/en/colleges/