A PhD in Logistics program allows candidates to study extensively the theories, strategies, and logistics of supply chain management. PhD in Logistics candidates will have the opportunity to further understand the concepts of relationship and demand management, forecasting, purchasing, inventory, and assembly through studying logistical systems, research methods, supply chain technology, and transportation economics. Candidates for a PhD in Logistics degree will be expected to conduct original research that leads to a dissertation of publishable quality that makes a substantial contribution to the field of logistics and supply chain management.
Fees Details (in US Dollars)
Annual Academic Fee After Scholarship :
Annual Hostel Fee (includes accommodation and food) :
One-time Registration Fee :
Master's degree in relevant subjects with a minimum of 55% marks (CGPA 5.5 on a 10 point scale) or equivalent
Scholarship covers 50% of the Annual Tuition fee.
What student must pay for :
Remaining 50% of tuition fee
Hostel and food fee as mentioned above
Travel and transportation costs
Any other charges not covered under scholarships.
*Note : Students can apply for any other loan/scholarship/sponsorship as they want personally and it will not affect the scholarship given by us, as mentioned above.