If you are studying for the Postgraduate Diploma then you should normally possess an Ordinary degree, or equivalent, and have obtained an average mark of 50% or more across your final year taught modules.
If you are an MSc applicant then you require an Honours degree or equivalent. The first degree should be from a related subject discipline such as:
- Business studies
- Social studies.
A background of professional experience will also be considered. If you are a Diploma student and satisfy the progression requirements you will then be eligible to pursue the MSc.
Months of entry
In today’s highly competitive and global marketplace the pressure on organisations to find new ways to create and deliver value to customers grows ever stronger. Logistics is a term widely used in business for a range of activities associated with the efficient and effective flow and storage of goods, services, and related information from a point of origin to the point of consumption in response to consumer requirements.
Management of these activities has been revolutionised over the past twenty years, by addressing logistical issues through an extended perspective of the supply chain that incorporates concepts from several management disciplines, such as:
- Strategy formation
- Theory of the firm
- Manufacturing management
- Management accounting
- Markets research
- Operations research.
Our MSc Logistics and Supply Chain Management course will equip you with the specialist knowledge and training to design and manage effective logistics and supply chain systems, creating managerial opportunities in the public and private sectors.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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