Study Programmes Master in Logistics and Supply Chain Management – Digital Procurement

Admissions

To apply for a programme at the University of Luxembourg, candidates must comply with the general eligibility criteria for the chosen programme type and be selected by the study programme based on the quality of their application.


The programme at a glance – 60 ECTS

  • Duration:
    1 year / 2 semesters

  • Language:
    EN

  • Admissions
    EU: 28 Nov 2023 –
    30 Jun 2024
    Non-EU: 28 Nov 2023 –
    30 Apr 2024

  • Fees:
    12000€/ sem. (semester 3,4)

  • Format: No part time

Specific information for this programme

  • Required Degree

    Applicants are expected to have aptitude for analytical thinking. Undergraduate degrees in disciplines such as engineering/economics/physical sciences show aptitude for analytical thinking. Students with undergraduate degrees in humanities or other fields without an analytical core need to demonstrate analytical aptitude in other ways such scores on standardised tests (GMAT, GRE) or successful completion of the MIT online course in Supply Chain Analytics (https://www.edx.org/course/supply-chain-analytics). MIT SCALE programmes value diverse backgrounds of applicants.

    In order to be eligible for the programme, the applicant needs to hold a Master’s equivalent degree, or a 4 or 5-year Bachelor’s degree (a minimum of 240 ECTS). Alternatively, candidates with a 3-year Bachelor degree (180 ECTS) might be admitted, if they have gained sufficient work experience that is deemed relevant and equivalent to the missing 60 ECTS.

  • Language Skills

    English C1

  • Documents

    – Detailed resume
    – Motivation letter (1 page) (cf. below for content)
    – Names and contact details of your references (1 business and 1 academic)

  • Procedure

    Application can be done in either of these two ways:

    • Admissions through the Global MIT SCALE Network (Four Centres, One Application)
      Please refer to the MIT website for all deadlines. Candidates admitted through the MIT portal will have to complete the University of Luxembourg application as well for administrative reasons
    • Admissions through University of Luxembourg Admissions
  • Target Group

    The Master in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LSCM) is aimed at:

    • Professionals in manufacturing and service companies who aim to improve their performance and career prospects
    • Consultants working in the area of logistics and supply chain management
    • Financial analysts who need a better understanding of the world of operations and supply chain
    • Recent graduates with brilliant record who want to develop their career in supply chain (240 ECTS required)
  • Decisive Elements

    • Analytical capabilities are a decisive factor. Please provide evidence of analytical capability through grades and/or other means such as the GRE/GMAT or micro-master grades
    • Ability to articulate ideas in English well, as shown in the motivation letter
    • Relevant work experience weighs in admission decisions

  • General University scholarships

    • Guillaume Dupaix International Master’s Scholarship
    • Léa Sinner Scholarship
    • Portabella Scholarship

Motivation letter

Length: 1-1.5 page of single-spaced text (500 words minimum)

Applicants must provide their reasons for wishing to do graduate work in supply chain management. Please prepare your statement of objectives and goals in whatever form clearly presents your views. Include as best you can, your particular interests, be they experimental, theoretical, or issue-oriented, and show how your background and our programme support these interests. Explain your long-term professional goals. We welcome any factors concerning your academic and work experience to date.

The statement should describe how you think, see and feel about the world and your professional objectives. You should set forth the issues or problems you want to address in the course of your studies, and the setting in which you eventually see yourself working professionally. Your honours, extracurricular activities, and other experiences can be integrated into your Statement of Objectives. However, do not re-create your CV or resume.