194100 Saint Petersburg,
3 Kantemirovskaya Street, Room 412
The Department of Logistics and Supply Chain Management was established in 2014. It is part of the School of Economics and Management at HSE St. Petersburg, a ‘big faculty’ that brings together economists and management specialists.
Teachers in the department support both the Bachelor’s programme in Logistics and Supply Chain Management and the Master’s programme in Strategic Supply Chain Management.
Yury Iskanderov, Pautov M.
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Every year educational programs of Logistics (Bachelor, Master, PhD) at the NRU HSE Saint-Petersburg are undergoing changes. In the 2017-2018 academic year the teaching staff of the "Professional orientation seminar" course of the first year of the bachelor's degree has changed: one of the thirteen classes is conducted by the leading professor or assistant professor of the Department of Logistics and Supply Chain Management. The field session of the Professional orientation seminar, held on November 25th, 2017 in the Museum of Logistics deserves a closer attention.
The Logistics Museum, headed by a genuine enthusiast and a true professional of his business, Maxim G. Maximov, is the first and now the only specialized museum in Russia, the exposition of which covers the whole chain of goods’ movement from producer to consumer. In the museum you can get acquainted with various areas of practical logistics: production, storage, handling and transportation of goods and learn about the current state, trends and prospects for the development of modern logistics.
The first year students of the bachelor's program "Logistics and Supply Chain Management" were able to hear and see the answers to the questions: where was the first port in Saint-Petersburg? What is a "transparent" truck? how to pronounce properly: vessel or ship? What type of transport is an airport bus? What is the difference between a reach stacker and a mooring crane? And many others.