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Presentation: Master of Science Supply Chain Management & Purchasing - one-year programme
The MSc in Supply Chain Management and Purchasing (SCMP) provides a unique opportunity for acquiring a specialist qualification in the area of supply chain management, combined with a generalised one in project management.
This MSc programme is designed for practising professionals, mid-career managers and graduates seeking specialised training in the complementary fields of purchasing, supply chain management and project management at managerial level.
Certifications include preparation for BASICS (Basics of Supply Chain Management) of APICS® The Association for Operation Management, PRINCE2® and AgilePM®. A Lean Six Sigma yellow/green belt level course is also part of the curriculum.
Courses include SCOR, Prince2® + Agile, lean, purchasing, logistics, sourcing, communication skills, production planning, IT for supply chain and more…
The MSc covers the whole span of supply chain activities from planning, purchasing, receiving, production, storage to delivery through nine compulsory courses, and six elective courses and specific projects.
It is designed with a progressive shift from theory to practice.
Specific courses are structured around project-based learning, where students do projects in companies in order to deal with real-life supply chains and purchasing issues.
September to May in courses. May to October in internship and thesis writing.
Qualifications/expertise after completing the program
Graduates of this MSc have high potential for recruitment in a wide range of industries and sectors. The field of purchasing and supply chain offers a variety of possible assignments and jobs ranging from generalist supply chain management, materials management and project management to specialist purchasing, procurement, demand planning, logistics & transportation, as well as consulting positions.
- Bac +3 and Bac +4 for Two-Year MSc,
- Only Bac +4 for MSc in one year
- A four-year degree or equivalent (or, in some cases: a three-year degree plus substantial professional experience; or for UK applicants only: a three-year bachelor's degree with honours).
- A good score in one of the following English language tests: TOEFL (580 institutional testing programme / 237 computer-based test and 92 internet-based test), TOEIC (830), ELS (112), IELTS (6.5) or equivalent.
Note: no English language test score is required for students who have a degree from an English-speaking university.
- A GMAT or GRE score will be to the candidate's advantage.
- Application file
- Language test score(s)
Course cost description:
MSc in one year: €16,900 / $19,942
Two-year MSc: €28,000