City, University of London
Global Supply Chain Management M.Sc
**Academic Requirement at Undergraduate level for students with British Qualifications stay the same regardless of the Student's country of residence.
A Personal statement, CV, Two references, one of which MUST be an academic reference, Transcript of Bachelor, Confirmation of professional qualification(if applicable). Work experience is not a requirement of this course.
About The Program
About The University
Academic IELTS score 7.0 with a minimum of 6.5 in the writing section and no less than 6.0 in any other section.
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Eligible candidates will receive an invitation to apply for a course scholarship in their course offer letter. This will give further details of deadlines and how to apply. The majority of course scholarships are offered at the time the course offer is made, and while funds are still available.
The award amount can be up to 20% of the tuition fees and takes the form of a discount deducted from the second instalment of the tuition fees in January.
The Global Supply Chain Management degree is for you if you want to learn about the latest thinking and business practices in global supply chain management generally. It is not suitable if you’re already very experienced and looking to specialise.
You must have a general interest in various supply chain processes including procurement, logistics and supply chain analytics.
You may hold a bachelor’s degree in business, engineering or social sciences and either have a basic level of understanding of statistics or be up to the challenge of learning more about quantitative analysis.
"My MSc gave me a 360-degree view of businesses that have supply chain at their core and broadened my career opportunities." Alumnus Panos Efraimoglou took this master's degree when it was called MSc in Supply Chain, Trade and Finance.
On graduation, you’ll have a 360º perspective of global supply chains, an essential first step in building your career in the discipline.
You’ll be ready to identify the opportunities and risks facing supply chains and provide both strategic and analytical tools to manage them.
All based on the most recent academic research and innovative current business practices.
In this most global of sectors you’ll be equipped with cultural sensitivity, and effective business communication, networking and time management skills.
Five core modules-
Essentials of Accounting and Finance
Strategy for Delivering Value
Analytics for Supply Chain Management
Introduction to Supply Chain Management
Five core modules-
Supply Chain Finance
Logistics and Transportation Analytics
Two core modules-
Consulting Skills for Global Supply Chain Management
You will then choose to do a Business Research Project and one elective, or choose to study four electives
City University of London currently has nearly 20,000 students (46% at postgraduate level) from more than 160 countries and staff from over 75 countries.
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City University of London has been educating students in London since 1894. The location is in the heart of London
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At the City University of London 40% of all academics are producing research that is world-leading or internationally excellent (2014 Research Excellence Framework )
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University's focus on business and the professions-
The Financial Times European Business School Rankings 2017 ranked the Sir John Cass Business School 4th in the UK and 15th in Europe
Its full-time MBA ranks 1st in London, 6th in the UK, and 46th globally (Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2018)
6th in the UK for business and management research (The Research Excellence Framework 2014)
University's Nursing courses are ranked 2nd in London (The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018)
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City, University of London has students from over 160 countries who benefit from our internationally renowned experience of more than one hundred years' of research and education.
City, University of London is an independent corporation, founded and constituted by the grant of a Royal Charter in 1966 and now also governed by a Supplemental Charter of 2016, granted to mark the accession of City to the University of London. The Charter defines City's Council as its supreme governing body, ultimately responsible for the affairs of City. City's Governance structure includes a framework of responsibilities delegated from the Council.
The University's concurrent focus on business and the professions provides our students with opportunities for direct interaction with future employers and makes our courses relevant, exciting and topical. Many have innovative modes of study involving placement opportunities and engagement with high-profile visiting lecturers from the professions. This complements the academic expertise offered at City University of London.
Our approach aims to support students in becoming professional, analytical and enquiring graduates who can play a substantial role in their professional environment.
To support learning at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, we have recently established an integrated learning environment that combines physical and virtual learning spaces. This is used to support students in their studies, supplementing lectures and seminars with high quality online material. The department for Learning Enhancement and Development supports our staff in creating new and responsive learning opportunities to lead our courses into the future.
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