As a leading international centre of thought leadership in the areas of transport, logistics and supply chain management, we have been involved in many successful collaborative relationships spanning the private and public sectors. Some of these include:
When it came to upgrading the skills of key traffic operators and planners at the Roads and Traffic Authority of NSW, seeking input from the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies was an obvious choice. The long term partnership has resulted in a series of specialised study programs that have helped improve staff skill levels and assisted the organisation in addressing its many challenges.
Partnering with Griffith University, Gold Coast City Council, Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads, Transport for NSW, Queensland Airports Limited, and the University of Queensland.
Partnering with the University of UNSW, Queensland University of Technology, ARRB Group Ltd, Transport for NSW, Robert Bosch (Australia) Proprietary Limited, Road Safety Commission, GoGet Carshare, VicRoads, Transport Accident Commission, and Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety (USA).
In 2016, the University of Sydney became the first academic institution to receive a full GS1 membership.
In partnership with the Bus and Coach Association of NSW, we have developed a program designed to meet the requirements for accreditation for bus and coach companies in NSW under the Passenger Transport Act.
Visit our Bus and coach accreditation scheme short course for full program details.
Each year, the institute hosts an awards presentation to honour high achieving students, sponsored by industry partners, including:
Awarded to the domestic student with the highest academic achievement in a transport, infrastructure and/or logistics and supply chain management specialisation in the Master of Commerce.
2022 Peter Koning Memorial Award Recipient: Monica Basuki
Awarded for the highest academic achievement in the Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
2022 Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia Award for Excellence Recipient: Thomas Astrum
Awarded for the highest academic achievement in the Logistics and Supply Chain Systems unit
2022 GS1 Australia Logistics and Supply Chain Systems Prize Recipient: Thomas Astrum
Awarded for the highest academic achievement in the Global Distribution Strategy unit
2022 GS1 Australia Global Distribution Strategy Prize Recipient: Boyu Hu
Awarded for the best performance in the Certificate of Transport Management program.
Awarded to an international student for the highest academic achievement in a transport, infrastructure and/or logistics and supply chain management specialisation in the Master of Commerce.
2022 Mrs M.A. Ching Prize recipient: Ting Xu
Awarded for excellence in postgraduate research in transport, logistics or supply chain management.
2022 Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies Prize Recipient: Christopher Day
Awarded for the highest academic achievement in the Master of Transport program.
2022 Wendy and Christopher Adam Prize Recipient: Patrick Lopez