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Faculty of Logistics


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       The maritime business encompasses sea transport, port and logistics management and related industries, services and businesses. Due to a serious lack of professionals in the field, the ministerial cabinet on June 23, 1998 issued a policy for maritime human resources development. With regard to higher education, the policy calls for support and promotion of maritime curricula and training programs at educational institutes. It also provides for educational scholarships and such as well as underscores the lack of talent from the maritime field.
       Burapha University signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Merchant Marine Training Center of the Marine Department, Ministry of Transport on February 10, 1997. In essence, the agreement ensures that Burapha University offers bachelor degrees to those who successfully complete their studies at two of the Merchant Marine Training Center’s departments, namely nautical science and marine engineering. Furthermore, the Marine Department grants certificates to students who finish their studies from Burapha University. Those graduating from the undergraduate nautical science program will be given a Class 3 certificate (second mate). And those from the marine engineering department will receive a Class 3 marine engineer’s certificate.
       Burapha University realized the importance of maritime and logistics human resources development and to achieve the academic excellence of maritime and logistics field, hence the maritime college is established on July 29, 2000. At present, the university has welcomed the Merchant Marine Training Center as a supporting unit, the announcement being made in the Royal Gazette on October 19, 1998.
       To achieve the mission of the faculty of logistics to cover every aspects of maritime and logistics fields, the Burapha University Council passed a motion in its meeting on June 3, 2005 to change its name from the Maritime College to the College of Transport and Logistics. However, in January 2008, Burapha University’s status was upgraded to that of an autonomous university. Furthermore, its administration was overhauled. Thus the College of Transport and Logistics had been changed to the “Faculty of Logistics” on 4 July, 2008.


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