- The MSc Logistics and Supply Chain Management course has been designed to provide an understanding of the complex production flows, production processes and distribution channels of supply chains, together with operational issues of logistics, purchasing and supply chain management.
- This course will equip you with the expertise required to apply new technologies and techniques to solve present and future problems facing logistics providers or supply chain managers in the UK and overseas.
- This new and exciting course will act as a foundation for a career as a logistician or supply chain manager, or alternatively give you the necessary skills and knowledge for research at doctoral level (PhD).
Why Choose Birmingham City University
- Located in the prestigious £114 million City Centre Campus at Millennium Point in the heart of Birmingham, fantastic facilities support students from all levels of study including foundation, professional development short courses and postgraduate research.
- Well-equipped laboratories enhance students' educational experience, providing a bridge between theoretical learning and hands-on teaching to prepare them for a career in industry.
- The School of Engineering and the Built Environment has strong academic and research links with business and industry, such as Morgan Motor Company, and actively works with leading international technology and engineering solution partners.
The MSc Logistics course has been designed to provide a multi-disciplinary approach and understanding of the complex production flows, production processes, distribution channels of supply chains and operational issues of logistics, purchasing and supply chain management.
This course aims to:
- Meet the market need for practitioners and managers with the necessary knowledge and skills to operate in companies, so
that they may be able to identify and provide solutions to a wide range of logistical problems.
- Relate to industry and equip you with the knowledge to apply new technologies and techniques to solve present and future
problems concerning both UK and international companies.
There is a growing market need for practitioners and managers with the necessary knowledge to identify and provide solutions to a wide range of logistical and supply chain problems. This course is designed to produce managers who can operate at a senior level in this field. Typical roles include:
Supply Chain Managers
Further Study Options
The University has a range of research (MPhil and PhD) postgraduate programmes. Details can be found on the postgraduate section of the website. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/postgrad
Applicants should hold at least a Second Class Honours degree or equivalent in an appropriate discipline.Applications from those without standard entry qualifications can be considered if you can provide evidence of the necessary knowledge and skills to successfully complete the course.