Candidates who wish to enter the Supply Chain Management program should have a BSc/BA degree or equivalent (minimum three years of study). Applications need to include the following documents:
The ability to manage global and digitalized supply chains is fundamental to success in the global economy. Thus, the program perfectly matches needs within industry and beyond. The two-year MSc program trains for the growing field of design and management of supply chains. The program is aimed at students with an already completed first-degree, or equivalent training, in logistics, economics, engineering, or information technology, and for those who can prove a special affinity for the topic. The successful completion of the studies leads to earning an internationally acknowledged Master of Science (MSc) degree and enables a quick career entry in the area of Supply Chain Management in a national or international context. In a business world marked more and more by globalization, complexity, and flexibility, the curriculum aims to teach modern leadership
and management competencies from the base of intercultural competence.
Besides core topics related to logistics and supply chain management. students will have a range of courses related to data analytics and programming languages. Career-related soft and foreign language skill courses round off the program.