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Best MSc Supply Chain Management in the Netherlands (joint 1st) - Higher Education Guide Masters 2019

**Two first places: Best MSc Supply Chain Management in the Netherlands (joint 1st) - Higher Education Guide Masters 2017(joint 1st) & Elsevier 2016 **

Have you ever wondered how the products you order are delivered to your house so fast? How are companies able to manage their services and operations so smoothly, together with their suppliers? The answer lies in sustainable, innovative, reliable and efficient supply chain management.

Our research-driven Master of Science degree in Supply Chain Management will provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to become an expert in a discipline that is essential to business success when operating in today’s local, national and global markets.

The programme in Groningen is unique in that it tackles the full range of the supply chains within all types of organisations (production, distribution and services). You will gain the necessary managerial and analytical skills to focus on the design, integration and coordination of supply chains at multiple levels, bringing innovative and dynamic solutions to this fast-paced business environment. The programme also provides access to numerous professionals from different sectors complementing current and future perspectives taught in courses. We cooperate with companies on guest lectures, company visits, internships, career events, case studies and thesis assignments.

Through the selection of elective courses, you can focus on supply chains in specific contexts, for example in energy, healthcare or process industry. The programme further offers the opportunity to focus on either the Energy Focus area or the Digital Business Focus area (available from September 2019). At the end of your studies, you will receive an MSc in Supply Chain Management from the University of Groningen, one of Europe’s top tier business schools.

Why study this programme in Groningen?

The programme is a unique mixture of rigorous academic learning and practical applicability. You learn how to design, coordinate and control entire supply chains. You will learn to diagnose supply chain decision problems and propose, implement and evaluate effective solutions. Besides, it's an internationally accredited programme, ensuring a high quality education that meets both the AACSB and EQUIS standards, which only one percent of universities reach worldwide.

After your studies

After graduation, you are ready for a career as a supply chain manager. You may find a job as a logistics, purchase or supply chain manager or analyst in a production, distribution or service environment. You may also become a consultant in the supply chain management or operations management practice. Alternatively, you might opt for an academic career as a researcher.

The MSc programme provides you with the skills and tools related to the field of supply chain management, as well with as general management and professional skills like how to communicate in business, how to write management reports, how to give presentations, to work in teams and how to do a consulting project.

Furthermore, because all our programmes are EQUIS and AACSB accredited, a standard which only one percent of universities reach worldwide, your degree will be highly valued on the labour market.

Job examples

  • Supply chain manager
  • Logistics manager
  • Purchase manager
  • Quality manager
  • Consultant
  • Researcher

FEB Career Services 

To support you in developing your career and strengthen your employability skills, our FEB Career Services empowers you to achieve lifelong success through various career services during your studies. Check: FEB Career Services.


Visit the Supply Chain Management MSc page on the University of Groningen website for more details!

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