Masters | Postgraduate Course - International Supply Chain Management MSc Course Details within University of Exeter

Postgraduate Admissions
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Course Fees
Tuition fees per year 2019/20 UK/EU: £12,500 full-time International: £26,000 full-time
Start Month(s)
September
Contact Name
Postgraduate Admissions Team
International Supply Chain Management MSc

Study Details

MSc 1 year full-time

  • One third of modules taught by the Business School
  • Combines modern approaches to business, engineering, management and manufacturing
  • International learning for a global market

This programme is designed for those who want to work in supply chain engineering, management and logistics. It provides the essentials of management theory and practice, whilst increasing the depth and scope of your technical engineering knowledge. 

The programme focuses on the supply chain in its entirety, how to construct it, set up operations, manage the input, control operations, and distribute the end product. It opens up the key issues of supply chain management and introduces you to the modern approaches to doing business in this context, teaching you to evaluate, manage and enhance the supply network.

Module details

Compulsory modules

  • ECMM112 Manufacturing Supply Chain Management 15
  • ECMM113 Agile, Lean and Competitive Enterprise 15
  • ECMM163 Sustainable Engineering 15
  • ECMM164 MSc Dissertation 60
  • ECMM172 Management Science 15
  • BEMM114 Managing Operations 15
  • BEMM116 Principles of International Business 15
  • BEMM126 Purchasing Supply Chain Management 15

Optional modules
 
Select 1 from the below:

  • BEMM119 Strategy 15
  • ECMM179 Global Sourcing and Logistics Management 15

Entry Requirements

A good degree (normally a 2:2) in a relevant science, engineering, management or numerate discipline.

Programme Funding

We offer numerous scholarships to encourage exceptional students to apply for Masters programmes at the University of Exeter.

Student Destinations

There is considerable demand in the workplace for graduates with knowledge in both a specialist technology area and in management, particularly in the modern tools and techniques to support the management of a dynamically changing engineering business.

Recent graduates have taken employment in a variety of sectors, including both large companies and small and medium sized enterprises.