Logistics and Supply Chain Management MSc (Executive)
Who is it for?
Supply chain, logistics or procurement managers who want to enhance their skills, knowledge and confidence to take on more demanding executive roles in the future.
Individuals with business or organisational experience in a non-supply chain area who are intending to move into the supply chain field, or have recently had a change in career track.
Ambitious professionals who are keen to develop themselves and want a "real-world" education delivered by faculty who are actively engaged with business, and can bring their knowledge to the programme.
We welcome applications from talented candidates of all backgrounds and a degree is not always necessary. Each application is considered on its individual merit, taking into account both qualifications and work experience. Usually candidates must have two years’ work experience and hold either:
- first or a second class UK honours degree in a relevant discipline, or
- international relevant degree - equivalent of UK qualifications.
Candidates who do not meet these criteria may be considered if they have a professional qualification (e.g. from CIPS, CILT, and APICS) together with together with 5 years' post-qualification relevant work experience. Other relevant qualifications, together with significant experience, may be considered.
All the modules in the following list need to be taken as part of this course
- Supply Chain Strategy and Sustainability
- Principles of Strategic Procurement
- Accounting and Finance for Supply Chain Management
- Analytical Techniques for Supply Chain Management
- Freight Transport
- Inventory and Operations Management
- Information Systems and eBusiness
- Project Management Introduction
- Physical Network Design
- Strategic Management
- Global Macroeconomics and Business Environment
- Organisational Behaviour: Personal and Professional Foundations of Leadership and Change
A selection of modules from the following list need to be taken as part of this course
- International Study Tour
Taught modules are assessed by a combination of written assignments, exams and group work/presentation. The thesis project is written individually and submitted at the end of the course (i.e. December of year two).
European Union students applying for university places in the 2019 to 2020 academic year will still have access to student funding support. Please see the UK Government’s announcement (24 July 2018).
Cranfield University welcomes applications from students from all over the world for our postgraduate programmes. The Home/EU student fees listed continue to apply to EU students.
|Qualification||Study mode||Start month||Fee||Course duration|
|MSc (Executive)||September 2019||£ 18,000 per Academic year (EU)||Years|
|MSc (Executive)||September 2019||£ 18,000 per Academic year (International)||Years|
|PgCert||September 2019||£ 9,000 per Academic year (EU)||Years|
|PgCert||September 2019||£ 9,000 per Academic year (International)||Years|
|PgDip||September 2019||£ 13,500 per Academic year (EU)||Years|
|PgDip||September 2019||13,500 per Academic year (International)||Years|
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