MSc in Logistics & Supply Chain Management
Birmingham City University (UK)

1 Year
Course Type
21st June 2020
Next Intake

With a student body amounting to 29, 000 students from a variety of countries worldwide, Birmingham City University has become one of the most highly ranked, large and academically diverse universities in the United Kingdom. With it’s student focused education, illustrious teaching staff and friendly environment, BCU is one of the most coveted sites of learning the United Kingdom.

Schedule Options: Weekend

This MSc in International Supply Chain Management and Logistics has been accredited by CILT (UK) and offers full exemption from the educational requirements for chartered membership. This highly innovative programme draws on industry expertise, and emphasizes a strategic approach to Logistics and Supply Chain Management. With a focus on the best global practices and theory to support those practices, the programme comprehensively connects the supply chain with the broader strategic and management process.

For those in supply chain operations or looking to enter the dynamic industry in managerial positions, the programme will provide the essential and vital knowledge to perform proficiently and advance rapidly up the corporate ladder of this increasingly important business field. Regardless of whether you are from retailing, manufacturing, mining, transport, public agencies, defense or any primary sector industry, the BCU MSC in Logistics and Supply Chain Management will give you the specific skills to excel in your chosen industry.

  • We would normally expect you to hold at least a Second Class Honours degree or equivalent in an appropriate discipline.
  • However, we can also consider your application without standard entry qualifications if you can provide evidence of the necessary knowledge and skills to successfully complete the course.

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The BCU MSc. in Logistics & Supply Chain Management is comprise of the following CORE modules (totaling 180 credits).

  1. Research Methods (20 credits)
  2. Resource Management (20 credits)
  3. Procurement and Contract Law (20 credits)
  4. International Operations and Logistics Systems (20 credits)
  5. Enterprise Systems (20 credits)
  6. Strategic Planning for the Supply Chain (20 credits)
  7. Individual Master’s Project (60 credits)

During the course you will be assessed in a number of different ways, including coursework, examinations, presentations, assignments, etc.