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Global Supply Chain and Logistics Management MSc

Global Supply Chain and Logistics Management MSc

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Full time


1 year

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Qualification type

MSc - Master of Science

Subject areas

Logistics Supply Chain Management

Course type


Course Summary

As a manager today, you need the skills to react to our changing world, and the vision to interpret changes for your organisation.

On this MSc, you will learn to innovate and succeed in global supply chain and logistics. You will:

  • gain a forward-looking perspective on the world of supply chain and logistics management
  • develop a high level of strategic awareness of the whole supply chain
  • explore supply chain management strategy.

You will learn to apply systems modelling techniques to real supply chain operations and understand how to develop significant systems and process improvements. Our innovative teaching methods include:

  • use of simulations
  • real-time projects
  • fieldtrips
  • talks and guest lectures from high-calibre professionals
  • exposure to industry challenges.

On graduation, you’ll have the confidence to become a senior and strategic manager, ready to inform, develop and apply operational improvement strategies within the supply chain/logistics sector.


We help you improve your career prospects through employer networking, workshops, company visits and guest lectures by industry specialists. Plus, internship opportunities are available at organisations such as Nestle, Samsung, Sainsbury’s, Amazon, GSK, the Body Shop and Safran.

This course provides you with the skills to enter a range of careers within the broad fields of supply chain and logistics management - including roles such as:

  • supply chain analyst
  • supply chain planner
  • buying specialist
  • procurement manager
  • supply chain operative
  • warehouse manager
  • contracts and negotiations specialist.


This module aims to develop a knowledge and understanding of the role and extent of supply chain management in modern organizations. Leading on from this, you will develop a critical understanding of the key processes involved in global supply chain management including sourcing, procurement, warehousing, inventory management and logistics. The module assists you in understanding how different technologies can be used to expand and support organizations on a global basis and how they can be used reconfiguring supply chain networks and achieving competitive advantage. You will have the opportunity to explore the current operation of existing global supply chains across different organizations and in a variety of industry sectors. The module will finally examine key issues and concerns arising from global supply chain management including forming collaborative partnerships, building trust and managing different languages and cultures.

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Entry requirements

Degree requirements: You should have a lower second-class (2.2) undergraduate honours degree or above (including an average mark of at least 57%). Subject-specific requirements: Your qualification can be in any subject. You may also be considered for the course if you have other professional qualifications or experience of equivalent standing.