Bring your career to the next level in one of the fastest-growing professions. Learn to manage logistics and supply chains to increase competitiveness on a global scale.
Why this MSc?
Hull takes pride in its central position within the UK’s logistics and supplies chain network, with a thriving food and manufacturing industry and the major port connected to global trade routes.
World-class global organisations such as Apple, Amazon, and Nike understand the role of effective logistics and supply chain management has on maintaining sustainable competitive success, innovation, and market leadership. Therefore, it is no surprise that such supply chains have a tremendous demand for world-class supply chain managers.
Hull University Business School has responded to this global demand by designing an online masters degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, which deals with the challenges of today’s competitive business arena.
Analysing real-world case studies, with the option of attending face-to-face events, you will have the opportunity to master the complexity of global supply chains and the interconnected relationships among different stakeholders.
It is our aim that on completion you will have gained the strategic insight and big-picture thinking of international trade, commerce, and shipping to lead your organisation to success.
What you learn
For food, clothing, healthcare, transportation and virtually every facet of modern life, we depend upon a supply chain. This programme aims to empower students with an in-depth understanding of logistics and supply chain management by enhancing their knowledge of its importance and role as a source of competitive advantage.
Become a reflective leader and professional logistics and supply chain management practitioner, equipped with the skills to address the challenges of a global business economy.
Develop deep insights into best practices in logistics and supply chain management methods, tools and techniques.
Equip yourself with advanced operational and strategic capabilities and competencies in contemporary logistics and supply chain management.
Network with like-minded professionals and experience the value of diversity, the challenge of alternate world-views, and the consequent importance of being a competent communicator.
Master, critically and reflectively, the complexity of modern global supply chains, managing the interconnected relationships among the different stakeholders and supply networks.