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Graduate Diploma of Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Postgraduate | TAS-GLS-GDI | 2024

Uncover global practices and the latest technologies in logistics

Become a logistics and supply chain professional and see where your career takes you. You’ll study business and specialist subjects including international trade and port management. Excel in high demand careers in shipping, transport, and freight. 

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7 July 2024
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1 year full time or part time equivalent
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Graduate Diploma of Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management

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The maritime and logistics industries underpin international business and world trade. They are a key element in sustainable development, and are tightly interconnected with human society: physically, socially and economically.

As such, it is critical that they are managed by highly trained individuals and teams who can lead the development, implementation and control of sound contemporary management practices.

Our Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management courses prepare students for management and senior administrative careers in private enterprises, industry organisations and governments. As a graduate of this program, you can be confident that the skills, knowledge and networks you’ve acquired through study will allow you to succeed in a diverse range of areas: commercial shipping, ports and terminals, transport, transport policy and administration, freight forwarding, exporting and importing, logistics and supply chains, and other elements of international business.

Employment outlook for maritime professionals is growing, with skilled graduates in global demand.

  • National Employment projections in Marine Transport professionals are expected to grow between now and 2024.^
  • More than 15,000 jobs are expected to be created in Australia as part of the continuous Naval Shipbuilding Program over the next 50 years.^^

^ Job Outlook, Australian Government

^^ Naval Shipbuilding College, Australian Government

Career outlook

Supply, Distribution and Procurement Managers:
Over $120K

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