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Study an online Master’s in Supply Chain Management and Global Logistics

Study an online Master’s in Supply Chain Management and Global Logistics

Advance your career skills by gaining an in-depth perspective of global supply chains, and develop the strategic and analytical tools to manage them.

This is the only online programme to be accredited by both the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) and the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS), providing students with the opportunity to receive an award that is internationally valued and gain membership to two leading professional bodies.

You will be immersed in the latest technologies and innovations within the supply chain and global logistics industry, including artificial intelligence, block chain technology, big data analytics and automation.

How you study

The course can be studied online anywhere in the world, with support from a Virtual Learning Environment and academic staff.

Our online learning resources typically include multimedia content, activities and exercises (e.g. multiple choice quizzes, reflective exercises and self-assessment questions), as well as facilities for you to interact with your tutor and fellow students.

Career prospects

A University of London qualification in Supply Chain Management and Global Logistics provides you with the opportunity to hone the attributes and capabilities necessary to build an effective career in the supply and logistics field.

Many employers across multiple sectors, from government departments to retail firms, require skilled supply chain and logistics professionals and recruit directly into their businesses and organisations. Supply chain and logistics is also an inherently international sector so roles can be based across the world and often involve national and international travel.

Am I qualified?

To study this MSc you will need a first or second class degree (or an acceptable equivalent)

Applicants who wish to apply for the MSc or Postgraduate Diploma but do not meet the admission criteria, can still pursue these degrees through the progression route.

Get started today

This programme recruits twice a year and you can start in April or October. Visit our website for full details on the application process.


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