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Most applicants should provide the following materials:
- Application form on MIT platform
- Statement of objectives
- Official GMAT, SC0X or GRE scores (can be waived when shown proof of excellent quantitative skills)
- Official TOEFL, IELTS or other similar English test (if not a native speaker)
- Official transcripts/diploma
- Two letters of recommendation
- Video statement
Months of entry
The MIT-Zaragoza-Malaysia Global Master of Engineering in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (GSCM) was jointly established by three centers within the MIT Global SCALE Network: MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics, Zaragoza Logistics Center and Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation. The curriculum of the program is modeled on the supply chain management (SCM) master program at MIT.
Created in collaboration with the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), this program is built upon the supply chain courses taught in the MIT Global SCALE Network programs. The network of six innovation centers on four continents is an alliance of leading-edge research and education centers dedicated to the development and dissemination of global innovation in supply chain and logistics.
The Global Supply Chain Management (GSCM) program is a high-quality degree taught in a truly global setting that provides its graduates with proficiency in both problems solving and change leadership. Through this program, students gain unique exposure by studying in 3 different continents. It is designed to create global supply chain leaders and has been crafted to develop the skillsets required to navigate through a world evolving rapidly due to globalization.
Information for international students
We proceed with rolling admissions after the third round deadline:
- International students deadline: June 1
- European students not needing a visa: July 15
Fees and funding
ZLC grants scholarships up to 50% through its self-funded MIT Zaragoza Scholarships Program.
Tuition does not cover administrative fees (€300), books, living or travel expenses to Zaragoza or to Boston for the international exchange. Living expenses vary, depending on lifestyle and whether students wish to live alone, with roommates or with a family. The cost of living in Zaragoza is lower than in much of Europe. Currently, a budget of around €400-€600 per month is the norm for single students.
Qualification, course duration and attendance options
- full time10 months
- Campus-based learningis available for this qualification
Official GMAT, SC0X or GRE scores
Course contact details
- Admissions Department