In order to maintain competitive success, lead innovation, and sustain market leadership effective logistics and supply chain management systems are the key. There is a tremendous demand for world-class supply chain managers and specialists. In response to this market urgency, a Master degree in Logistic and Supply Chain Management as designed to educate future supply chain managers.
Through this programme you will gain a strategic insight to international trade, commerce and logistic. Study model based on analyzing real-world studies, and participating in face-to-face events will provide students with a big-picture on current trends in the context of supply chain.
The motto of the University of Hull is Lampada Ferens, which translates to “carrying the light of learning”, and that is what the University has been doing, sharing the light with thousands of people worldwide. It is the 14th oldest University in England with proud academic excellence and inspiring life-changing research. Situated in Kingston upon Hull, it is a public research University.
This course is offered 100% online, so you don’t need to interrupt your work or personal commitments to study, and you can study anytime from any place in the world.
The course content is based on an engaging and interactive mix of video, podcasts and online presentations, with links to further resources and downloadable materials.
You will be encouraged to take part in online discussion forums to interact with your global network of peers. Online interaction will enable sharing perspectives and debating current topics and issues.
This programme ensures regular interaction with members of the academic team through webinars and sharing feedback.
All programme content is available online through easy-to-use, intuitive online learning platform ensuring a direct access via desktop or your mobile device.
'I wanted to broaden my understanding of logistics and galvanise that.' - Benjamin Franklin, MSc Logistics and Supply Chain Management
In order to qualify for the programme the following criteria need to be met:
05 September 2022Enquire for this programme