1. The ability to have and use theoretical and practical information in international trade and logistics

  2. The ability to define problems, as well as to collect, evaluate, analyze, and interpret data, and to devise solutions, making use of the information, skills, and competencies in the field

  3. The ability to perform numerical analyses and research through accessing different resources of information in the field

  4. The ability to take part in intra- and interdisciplinary, or multi-cultural working groups, as well as work individually

  5. The ability to communicate verbally and in writing in English, and to make use of at least 1 foreign language

  6. The ability to act responsibly, and with the awareness in the issues of environmental sensitivity, sustainability, transparency, social responsibility, and ethical values

  7. The ability to read, understand, and interpret the relevant legislation in the field of international trade and logistics, and to see the global, and social effects of practices

  8. The ability to question and interpret the acquired interdisciplinary pieces of information within the framework of the current economic, social, and environmental conjuncture

  9. The ability to stay up to date regarding the local, regional, and global changes in the international trade and logistics, and the supply chain sector; and relevant through improvements on professional competencies and backgrounds, and to devise quick and effective solutions to possible problems through an innovative approach

  10. The ability to track national and international regulations in international trade and logistics, to learn logistic procedures and risk management, to use current instruments of technology and informatics, to analyze and improve processes, to devise new ideas and suggestions, to manage activities for change, and to report and document these processes