Accredited by the internationally respected Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), our International Logistics and Supply Chain Management MSc covers complex production flows, production processes, distribution and materials management, channels of supply, procurement strategies and logistics systems management in the UK and international logistics sectors.
What's covered in the course?
The term logistics addresses every aspect of operation of product-based and service industry sectors. International logistics can affect operations from the initial design process and sourcing of the raw materials and bought in components to the long-term satisfaction of the customer. Customer satisfaction is achieved by ensuring the supply of the right goods, in the right quantity, of the right quality, at the right price, to the right place, anywhere in the world, at the right time.
With companies facing ever-increasing competition, coupled with the need to reduce waste and improve the overall service offered to customers from initial design to final delivery, the need for highly skilled logistics practitioners and managers has never been more pronounced.
Why choose us?
-The course is taught via distance learning, meaning you can fit your studies around your personal and work commitments -Our accreditation from the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) ensures our course is fresh, relevant and replete with key industry insight. Upon graduation, you will receive an additional certificate from CILT -You will gain new skills and knowledge in emerging technologies, processes and production methods
This degree course is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport.
Course in depth
The programme is designed solely for distance learning, part-time study and utilises teaching and learning strategies and tools developed by the University for the delivery of similar programmes, including the virtual learning environment (VLE) Moodle, and the continuing personal and professional development tools available for an effective VLE.
There is an emphasis on active and participative learning, as well as practical work, problem-based learning and group work, all of which will develop your analytical and decision-making skills. Throughout the programme, you will relate real-life problems to industry and commerce, as well as applying new technologies and techniques to solve present and future problems.
This postgraduate programme is designed to allow maximum flexibility in learning to allow you to decide for yourself how and when it is most convenient to fit your studies around employment commitments.
Modules -Research Methods and Professional Development 15 credits -Developing Resource Capability 30 credits -International Project and Process Management 30 credits -Global Distribution and Materials Management 30 credits -International Logistics and Systems Management 15 credits -Strategic Planning for International Supply Chains 15 credits -Master’s Project 45 credits
We will prepare you for employment by providing you with the skills, experience and industry links you’ll need to thrive upon graduating.
The University also has its Graduate+ scheme, an extracurricular programme which is designed to augment and enhance the subject-based skills you develop through the programme. These additional skills and attributes will further enhance your employment options and prospects once you leave the University.
The programme will help you develop your skills in CV writing, presentations, covering letters and creating winning portfolios.
Wajeeh Ahmed has launched his own logistics and supply chain company – Texture Shipping – in Dubai since completing his Master’s course.
Applicants are expected to have obtained an honours degree in a relevant technology-related subject, with at least a 2:2 classification. Alternatively, provide evidence of a portfolio of relevant industrial experience to successfully enter the course
Recipient: Birmingham City University
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