Applying an inter-disciplinary teaching approach, the MSc Supply Chain Management not only focuses on the core disciplines of supply chain management and associated subjects such as strategic purchasing and information systems for supply chain, but it also puts emphasis on soft skills in order to fine tune students’ professional profiles and training.
Choose one the following tracks:
- The Supply Chain track: This focuses on the processes, operational design, logistics and development of supply chain strategies. It addresses the application of information systems in supply chain and how to generate a long-lasting, competitive advantage.
- The Procurement track: This emphasises the importance of strategic sourcing, international procurement, relationship with retailing and concepts of international commerce and custom. The aim is to create value while facing procurement challenges such as cross-cultural situations, new business environments and integration with the other functions of the organisation.
A few of the possible jobs that students can aim for:
- Purchasing Manager
- Supply Chain/Purchasing/Operations Consultant
- Demand Manager
- Supply Chain Manager
- Head of Procurement
- Logistics Director
- Planning Manager
- Flow Manager
- Leader of Supply Chain Projects
This experience can take the form of an internship (4-6 months), a job, or the creation of a start-up company in France or abroad.
Format: Full time
Short track : 15 months
Long track (2-year MSc option) : 12 months (1st year) + 15 months (2nd year)
Short track : €16,900
Long track (2-year MSc option) : €26,400
Teaching language: English
Course start date:
October 2021 / January 2022
Short track : 4-year Bachelor’s degree
Long track (2-year MSc option) : 3-year Bachelor’s degree
Master of Science / "Grade de Master" / RNCP Registered Level 7 Qualification