More than just an interest in automotive transport, a transport management course sharpens your understanding of business and logistics, allowing your interest to grow into a career.
Typically, a university will be looking for A Levels of BBB-BBC or higher in a science or numerate-related subject. Strong A Levels in Economics, General Studies or Business will also be considered.
If you are taking a BTEC, you would need to achieve a DDD in a relevant diploma. Universities also look for GCSE's in Maths and English that are at least Grade C level.
A transport and management degree equips you with a number of practical and transferable skills - such as communication and teamwork - which will help you successfully pursue your chosen career.
Common careers in transport sectors include:
- Transport Consultant
- Operations Manager
- Train Operator
- Logistical Analyst
- Management Trainee
- Supply Chain Graduate
Not all graduates enter careers in transport areas, however, and your transferable skills mean you certainly don’t have to pigeon-hole yourself. Moreover, some students move onto a postgraduate course upon graduating.