September or February
EU/EAA: € 2,530
Non-EU/EAA: € 16,000
Maastricht – Tapijn Campus
Are you interested in purchasing, logistics, operations management and supply chain management? Are you analytically- and strategically-minded, and good with people and communications? Are you customer oriented and open to new ideas? Then the specialisation in Supply Chain Management could be right for you. The specialisation is part of the master’s programme in International Business and is for students seeking a career managing supply chains for businesses and organisations.
You will gain the theoretical, practical and managerial skills to implement supply chain improvements that satisfy consumer demand and keep companies competitive. The programme also explores exciting concepts like the Internet of Things, Industry 4.0 and the Maker Movement, which are challenging our ideas about lifestyle and consumption. In addition, the International Classroom concept of Maastricht University helps you to think, work, collaborate and network internationally.
As competition in the global marketplace increases, so does the demand for Supply Chain Management experts. You will have the theoretical, practical and managerial skills to analyse supply chains and develop solutions that will lead to their overall improvement. These skills will be an asset to smaller companies that are looking to expand and large multinationals that want to become or remain competitive. You can expect to find a job in almost any industry, and will likely move quickly into more senior managerial positions where you will be responsible for keeping companies in business.
You can work in many different types of organisations, including:
- large multinationals
- small and medium enterprises (SMEs)
- logistical service providers
- original equipment manufacturers (OEMs)
- first- and second-tier suppliers
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“Supply Chain Management helped me understand the chain needed to go from raw material to end customer. After graduating, I knew where I could bring the most value to this chain.“