Study Programmes Master in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Career opportunities

Our Master programme will teach you important problem solving and leadership skills. It prepares you for the operational and strategic role that logistics and supply chain management play in modern companies. Our programme will open the door to a wealth of employment opportunities, such as manager of logistics, consultant, supply chain analyst, product manager, operations manager, purchasing specialist.


Students who have completed the programme will be able to:

• describe how logistics and supply chain management decisions impact and/or are impacted by the business strategy
• communicate effectively the results and insights of a supply chain management analysis
• apply quantitative methods and techniques to solve logistics and supply chain management challenges
• formulate analytical models to design and improve logistics and supply chain processes

• systematically analyse complex, unstructured, and relevant supply chain management issues
• manage extensive sources of data to gain insights from practical situations and generate a thorough quantitative basis for decision-making
• complete tasks independently and in teams and demonstrate how to organise ideas and articulate concepts in a clear fashion
• use data science tools and software to analyse supply chain processes and data

Career perspectives

Graduates secure roles such as:

• Supply Chain Analyst and Consultant
• Global Procurement Manager
• Senior Manager/Consultant
• Sales and Operations Planning Specialist
• Project Lead/Global Subject Matter
• Purchasing Team Leader
• Business Intelligence Engineer
• Program Manager – Planning & Forecasting
• Strategic Programs Project Leader
• Co-founder and CEO
• Project Advisor
• Pricing Analyst/Consultant

Alumni work at companies such as:
• Unilever
• Amazon
• Arcelor Mittal
• Cargolux
• Ferrero
• Exxon Mobil
• World Compliance Technologies
• Luxair
• Johnson & Johnson
• Teva Pharmaceuticals
• Bolt
• Hellmann Worldwide Logistics
• Cargill