MSc Supply Chain Management

Aston University
In Birmingham (England)

Price on request

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  • Postgraduate
  • Birmingham (England)
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Key benefits Develop specialist skills and knowledge to embark on a career or progress in supply chain management and logistics Gain a qualification accredited by the CIPS and CMI Deepen your understanding of strategic decision-making, policy and practice in the context of the business environment globally Study the wider aspects of business areas, to be able to integrate supply chain strategy, policy and practice with business and organisational strategy.  

Important information

Requirements: Duration of programme: 1 year full-time: six months of taught modules on campus and a six month individual project. Start date: September Intake: Up to 25 per year One of the following: A first or good second class Honours Degree from a UK academic organisation. Equivalent overseas degree recognised by Aston University. As well as: Two professional references – at least one must be from an academic referee A completed application form. For International Students: An...


Where and when

Starts Location
West Midlands, B4 7ET, West Midlands, England
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What you'll learn on the course

Supply Chain Management
IT Management
Supply and Chain Management

Course programme

UK and EU students: £8,350
International students: £17,350

You can find out more about our Postgraduate scholarships for international students here.  If you are a UK or EU student, please email for information on funding.

MSc Supply Chain Management is delivered in conjunction with the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences*, Aston University. You will develop knowledge and understanding of the theoretical and applied perspectives of supply chain management and logistics, along with specific areas of supply chain management by studying specialist modules. These areas include: relationships, partnering, ERP, simulation, purchasing, contracts, planning and optimisation.

This programme requires you to study nine taught modules, plus the completion of a major project with a dissertation of up to 20,000 words. Each taught module involves up to 22 teaching hours including tutorials, case studies and guest lectures. The programme runs from October to September with examinations and assessments held in December, March/April and June. The major project occupies the final six months, being submitted in September.