Course code 13 17 0721 20
ECTS credits 2
Course title in the language of instruction
Course title in Polish Eurologistyka
Course title in English
Language of instruction Polish
Course level first-cycle programme
Course coordinator dr hab. Andrzej Szymonik
Course instructors
Delivery methods and course duration
Lecture Tutorials Laboratory Project Seminar Other Total of teaching hours during semester
Contact hours 20 10 0 30
E-learning No No No No No No
Assessment criteria (weightage) 0.00 0.00 0.00
Course objective 1. Familiarize students with rules of Eurologistics and its meaning in the global logistics systems. 2. Familiarize students with management methods and mechanisms in Eurologistics. 3. Students learn the role of Eurologistics in European Integration processes.
Learning outcomes
1. Student will be able to define the basis issues which are involved in eurologistics.
2. Student will be able to describe the methods of eurologistic management, specially dealing with logistic channels  building.
3. Student will be able to explain the kinds of the transport (multimodal transport) in the European Union and estimate it's role in the creation logistic channels in Europe (TEN).
4. Student will be able to explain the role of The Single Market in development logistic system in Europe.
5. Student will be able to describe the rules of LDC functioning in Europe and Poland.
6. Student will be able to analyze the methods of selection the terms of delivered in the context of logistic processes.
Assessment methods
1), 2), 3), 4) Written assessment with open questions
5), 6) group multimedia presentation
3), 5), 6) projects

Lecture: written test (50%) + participation in the totorials (preparing presentation - 50%)
Classes: test covering practical problems completed during the semester + evaluation of the project and presentation.
Passed courses concerning logistics.
Course content with delivery methods
1. Globalization and eurologistics
2. Management methods in eurologistics
3. Logistis centers
4. Transport for the eurologistics
5. Documents in foreign and domestic transport
6. Transport in foreign trade
7. Automatic identification in the global transport processes
8. Information systems for the eurologistics

1. Functioning and logistics development conditions on a global scale
2. The essence of eurologistics and cooperation platform
3. Eurologistics networks and channels
4. Eurologistics channels improvement
5. Tools for enhancing eurologistics management
6. New and future transport operation conditions
7. Documentation in road traffic
8. Packaging in transport
9. Telematics in transport systems
Basic reference materials
E. Gołembska, M./Szymczak, Logistyka międzynarodowa, Wyd. Akademii Ekonomicznej w Poznaniu, Poznań 2003.
E. Gołembska (red),.Eurologistyka drogą do sukcesu firmy, III Ogólnopolskie Warsztaty Logistyczne, Poznań 2001.
S. Abt, Zarządzanie logistyczne w przedsiębiorstwie, PWE, Warszawa 2000.
Other reference materials
E. Gołembska (red.), Logistyka miedzynarodowa w teorii i praktyce, Wyd. Akademii Ekonomicznej w Poznaniu, Poznań 2003.
J. Neider, D. Marciniak-Neider, Transport intermodalny,PWE, Warszawa 1997.
Average student workload outside classroom
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