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For all the Masters programmes, a Bachelor’s degree with good performance, in any field is required.
Candidates should attend a personal interview (in our premises or through teleconferencing) with
the English Studies Department representative.
Good knowledge of English
Postgraduate applicants must have advanced knowledge of the English language certified by:
Candidates who have completed their Bachelor’s studies or their higher secondary education through the medium of the English Language are not required to hold an English language qualification.
The MSc in Management (Logistics and Supply Chain Management) has been designed to develop outstanding professionals in the field of logistics and supply chain management. Both fields deal with managing the flow of goods from a company's suppliers, through its facilities, and to its customers. This process of logistics services is of critical importance in establishing a global competitive advantage. Effective performance of the logistics functions can contribute to both lower costs and enhanced customer service.
The trend in the industry today is towards integrative job profiles such as supply chain manager and logistics manager. This MSc programme aims to prepare students to successfully compete for these positions. It is addressed but not limited to students who recently acquired their bachelor's degree in business studies, engineering and mathematics.¨
Programme of studies:
Research Methods for Business
Operations and Process Management
Managing People in Organisations
Accounting for Managers
Global Supply Chain Management
Logistics and Supply Chain Management
*This programme may be subject to minor changes.
Duration: 1 year (full time) or 2 years (part time)
Mode of delivery: Classes take place on weekday evenings
Language of instruction: English
The title Master of Science in Management (Logistics and Supply Chain Management) is awarded directly by the University of Sheffield.
Master of Science in Management (Logistics and Supply Chain Management).
The title is awarded directly by the University of Sheffield.