MSc in Global Supply Chain Management
Gained a well-rounded understanding of global supply chain management and the path from supply chain strategy to execution.
Who is it for?
The Global Supply Chain Management degree is for you if you want to learn about the latest thinking and business practices in global supply chain management generally. It is not suitable if you’re already very experienced and looking to specialise.
You must have a general interest in various supply chain processes including procurement, logistics and supply chain analytics.
You may hold a bachelor’s degree in business, engineering or social sciences and either have a basic level of understanding of statistics or be up to the challenge of learning more about quantitative analysis.
"My MSc gave me a 360-degree view of businesses that have supply chain at their core and broadened my career opportunities." Alumnus Panos Efraimoglou took this master's degree when it was called MSc in Supply Chain, Trade and Finance.
On graduation, you’ll have a 360º perspective of global supply chains, an essential first step in building your career in the discipline.
You’ll be ready to identify the opportunities and risks facing supply chains and provide both strategic and analytical tools to manage them.
All based on the most recent academic research and innovative current business practices.
In this most global of sectors you’ll be equipped with cultural sensitivity, and effective business communication, networking and time management skills.
What will you learn
On the Global Supply Chain Management master’s course, you will:
- Develop your knowledge and understanding of key supply chain subjects ranging from procurement and operations to supply chain analytics.
- Experience a range of international perspectives from your collaboration with peers from up to 20 countries.
- Demonstrate a systematic understanding of the internal and external factors affecting successful supply chain management.
- Formulate decisions in complex, interrelated areas of supply chain, finance, operations, management and strategy.
- Analyse international business trends that shape global supply chain thinking from businesses around the world.
All of our MSc courses start with two compulsory induction weeks which include relevant refresher courses, an introduction to the careers services and the annual careers fair.