Master in Logistics and Supply Chain Management



The curriculum of the master programme emphasises analytical problem solving, leadership, and communication skills.

Students must complete core and elective coursework, a Master’s thesis, and participate in the international activities period (IAP) in Boston in January.

Our master programme in supply chain management, as a part of the MIT Global SCALE Network has been ranked #1 in the world by Paris-based EdUniversal for the fourth consecutive year in 2019.



Learning outcomes

Students who have completed the programme should be able to:

  • describe how logistics and supply chain management decisions impact and/or are impacted by the business strategy,
  • translate theoretical knowledge to real-world challenges in supply chain management in order to derive meaningful solutions,
  • apply quantitative methods and techniques to solve logistics and supply chain management challenges by finding the right trade-off between different performance criteria
  • systematically analyse complex, unstructured, and relevant supply chain management issues,
  • organise and manage extensive sources of data required in order to gain insights from practical situations and generate a thorough quantitative basis for decision-making,
  • formulate analytical models that capture the essence of the logistical and supply chain processes,
  • design and improve efficient and effective logistics and supply chain processes,
  • complete tasks independently and in teams and demonstrate how to organise ideas and articulate concepts in a clear fashion,
  • compose documents and prepare presentations to effectively communicate the results and insights of a supply chain management analysis.
  • use data science tools and softwares to analyse supply chain processes and data.







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