Transport has been a global economic phenomenon for all ages. The increasing advancement in science and technology has translated to the rapid growth of different modes of transport infrastructures around the world. Efficient transport system contributes substantially to the economy of many countries where more and more places are becoming accessible through land, sea or air transport systems. Unfortunately, good transport system remains elusive in most countries of the world; in spite of massive investment in the sector. This faculty seeks to attract attention to the nature and characteristics of the deplorable state of transport and logistics planning in most countries, so as to arouse interest to explore how the industry can be better planned, well developed, and more efficiently managed.

Designed for
People who want to exploit the opportunities in the transport and logistics industries, particularly, in management or planning positions in both public and private sectors. It will be very rewarding to planners who wish to offer professional services to the industry.

To provide professional training and solid intellectual base, to deepen knowledge and develop skills built upon current techniques and state of the art in planning and plan implementation; and to open new doors of opportunities to develop expertise in varied modes of transport planning and logistics management.

The programme seeks to produce high caliber international planning professionals who possess the requisite knowledge, skills and competence to excel, either as professional planning service providers or as investors and/or executives in the transport industry.




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Paper 1 Transport & Supply Logistic Planning TLP/FF 1
Paper 2 Commodities Trading & Shipping Operations Planning TLP/FF 2
Paper 5 Stock ( Handling, Warehousing, Control ) Management Planning TLP/FI 5
Paper 9 Transport Management Planning (Air, Land, Subway & Sea) TLP/FP 9
Paper 13 Passenger Traffic Service Delivery Management & Safety Planning TLP/FP 13
Paper 14 Cargoes Traffic Management & Security Planning