Typically, you will hold a recognised first or second class honours degree, or equivalent professional qualification. Students whose native language is not English and who have not been educated previously in the English language must provide evidence of their English language proficiency.
Rewarding previous study
Edinburgh Business School recognises that some students entering our online MBA or MSc programmes will have completed prior academic study in subjects that align closely to certain EBS courses.
The qualification being presented for exemption consideration should have been gained within the last five years. Qualifications gained over five years ago may be considered if additional supporting evidence shows that you have kept abreast of the current developments and trends in the subject area.
Exemptions are considered only on the basis of qualifications which have been gained through formal assessment. No consideration will be given for life/work experience.
Exemption from mandatory and optional courses may be granted on the basis of master's/postgraduate level qualifications and professional qualification only. Undergraduate level qualifications cannot be considered.
Exemptions will not be awarded on the basis of courses which have been used towards the award of another degree (of the same discipline) at Master's level, whether this was awarded by Heriot-Watt University or any other institution. For example, a student who has gained an MSc in Accounting will not be given an exemption in Accounting from Edinburgh Business School’s MBA or MSc degree programmes.
If you would like to enquire about your eligibility, please complete an Exemption Application Form.
Months of entry
As an accredited specialist MSc, this degree provides you with a chance to expand, refine and enhance your knowledge in the Supply Chain Management and Logistics subject area.
Edinburgh Business School at Heriot-Watt University’s online MSc Supply Chain Management and Logistics calls upon established industry links and sector-leading research to equip you with cutting-edge expertise. The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic has shown the importance of supply chain management in managing global risk. It will provide you with a robust understanding of global logistics and supply chains and the analytical tools for manging them in the modern business environment. The degree also gives you a great opportunity to engage with real-life case studies and to develop the skills required to make informed decisions.
Fees and funding
Qualification, course duration and attendance options
- full time30 months
- Online learningis available for this qualification
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