The MBA in International Supply Chain Management provides the mandatory training and understanding for a successful career in Supply Chain Management. It covers high level core courses, enabling students to develop the skills and knowledge necessary to be an efficient Supply Chain Manager. In addition, students may attend specific courses dedicated to APICS Certification (CLTD – Certified in Logistics Transport and Distribution).
MBA International Supply Chain Management (English)
Become a sustainable, digital, innovative Supply Chain Manager
Launch Award 2021 / Eduniversal
Taught in English
In the global business world, where the stakes and restraints are more and more complex and changing, innovation and efficiency are key factors of success in international trade.
Supply Chain and Logistics functions represented about 15% of GNP of developed countries in 2020. The 2030 expectations are about 20% of Supply Chain share of GNP.
The part-time curriculum is especially designed for professionals or students wishing to pursue the program in parallel with a professional activity.
With around 400 hours of training spread over 12 months, the program can accommodate professional life. The courses are organized in two intensive weeks (intake and capstone seminar) and three week days every 2 weeks (Monday-Wednesday).
The Launch Prize 2021 (Best Masters ranking – Eduniversal)
A complete, unique and exhaustive MBA that results in a global comprehension of supply-chain management
An innovative pedagogy taught in English by experts (with simulation games)
A complete preparation for an APICS certification (CLTD – Certified in Logistics, Transportation and Distribution)
A part-time format compatible with a professional experience
A perfect location in Paris La Defense base of EMEA Corporate Business
The Supply Chain Manager plays a major role in the value chain of procurement, manufacturing and distribution of products and services. Actors of Supply Chain Management are key contributors for coordinating and enabling three international flows: goods & services, finance, information.
Digitalization is allowing for follow-up production and transport in real time, thus enabling Supply Chain Management to evolve into a more efficient system. This evolution allows for a global and immediate tracking of goods from raw materials to finished products.
In the economy of the future, supply chain managers will be core players who are essential in the business development of their company. Major skills to be mastered are global vision, flexibility, proactivity based on accurate knowledge of Supply Chain strategies, concepts, lean management, procurement, planning, and international trade.